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April 24, 2015

Tools for Building Resilience in Children 0-5: Using Research to Inform Relationships  

Who  Should  Attend: Early Head Start & Head Start teachers, child care workers, home visitors, mental health therapists, case managers, and program administrators (early intervention, early education, mental health).


Training Overview: This intermediate level training will focus on the  6  core protective factors and provide an interactive forum to discuss the importance of interdisciplinary perspectives in promoting and supporting resilience in young children and  their families. Prominent research findings and empirically-based treatment approaches will be  discussed, including transactional processes in development, biological impacts of toxic stress and trauma, and using a bio-ecological model to assess risk and protective factors in family systems. Participants will be able to describe how the detrimental effects of trauma and other risk factors can be ameliorated by positive relationships and strengthening protective factors.


Standard Registration Fee: $109

Additional $15 for continuing education credits (6 hours)

(6 Credits available for Psychologists, LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, & LEP)

***Group Discounts Available***







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