Teaching Traumatized Children: Explore the Sensory Memory & Behavioral Presentations of Traumatized Children
Some of the most difficult learning and behavior problems that schools face can be linked to children’s exposure to trauma. Research now shows that trauma from exposure to family violence, crime, disaster, accident, abuse and other adverse experiences can undermine children’s ability to learn, form relationships, and function appropriately in the classroom. Discover the impact trauma has on learning, behavior and relationships at school, and understand the framework that any school can use to create an environment responsive to the needs of all children who experience emotional barriers that prevent them from being successful learners.
Who Should Attend
Early childhood therapists, educators, occupational therapists, couples therapists, addictions therapists, and trauma therapists.
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
Somatic Experiencing Model
Traumatic memory and the interpretation of sensory input
Engaging the Social Nervous System
Setting the Intention and Weaving it with Purpose
Relevance of providing the Support
All sessions are Face-to-Face unless otherwise noted.
Dates and locations to be announced.