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Trauma Informed Care (TIC)
November 18, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
This customized workshop will assist professionals to identify trauma and attachment as a driver of externalizing behaviours. This workshop supports reflective practice and encourages front line workers to respond rather than react to children’s emotions, thoughts, and behaviours driven by trauma.
A trauma-informed approach shifts the perspective from, “what’s wrong with you?” to “what’s happened to you?” Children who witness abuse or who, themselves are abused often develop internalizing and/or externalizing behaviours. Children are often labeled as “uncooperative”, “oppositional” or simply “bad”. This workshop reframes “uncooperative” and “oppositional” behaviour as inaccurate labeling and offers a more helpful trauma informed lens. This workshop will support professionals to better understand the impact of ‘Adverse Childhood Experiences’.
Children who experience either maltreatment or exposure to violence in their families of origin are twice as likely to report emotional, cognitive and behavioural dysregulation – a common response to developmental trauma.
This workshop will help participants to understand:
- the developmental impact of trauma;
- and identify specific trauma responses/adaptions among children;
- fight, flight and freeze responses;
- attachment as a driver of emotional regulation and distress tolerance;
- the role and value of caregiver affect, attunement, consistency, routines and rituals, and therapeutic alliance;
- self-regulation: affect identification, modulation and expression;
- how developmental trauma intersects with ODD and ADD
This event is an online training workshop. Ticket holders will receive an email with the invitation to join the training closer to the event start date.
Audience tags (who is the training for): Social Workers, Psychotherapists, School Attendance Counsellors, Probation Officers, Teachers, Educational Assistants