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Event Details

Becoming Trauma Informed: Define Trauma and its Impact (2 Hour)

: 301279
C1
Friday, March 1, 2019  
9:00am to 11:00am
(2.00 Hours)

Description

Course ID 107541
Defines trauma and identifies the impact of trauma and adversity on behavior, functioning, and health across the lifespan. Introducing: the impact of trauma on the brain development and functioning, ACES study and the impact of trauma across the lifespan, symptoms, triggers, and reflection.
 


Learning Objectives

Students will be able to:

1. Create and model an atmosphere of safety, an essential principle of trauma informed practice.
2. Begin to build a toolkit of resources for supporting SE competence and regulation for young children and
their caregivers.

Core Knowledge Competencies

K1.3 C2 Illustrate ways knowledge of issues and policies impact practices related to child development and learning, including:
• Inclusion
• Diversity
• Brain Development
• Children and Families At Risk
• Poverty


D1.3 C2 Support program staff in their classroom practices that are impacted by inclusion, diversity, brain development, children and families at risk and poverty.


K1.4 C2 Apply knowledge of brain development to facilitate children’s learning, socio-emotional development, and
self-regulation.

Health Federation of Philadelphia- Broad St
123 SOUTH Broad St6th floorPhiladelphia, PA 19109
County Philadelphia

Registration

Event Fee
Registration Closed
Register By
3/1/2019
Required?
Yes

Contact

Monica Sullivan (Email)
Public Health Management Corporation
123 S. Broad St., Suite 650, Philadelphia, PA 19109
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Phone (215) 977-8990

Public Health Management Corporation

Public Health Management Corporation(PHMC PD/TA)

Delivery Methods

Classroom/Face to Face

Assessment of Learning

Observation

Description

Defines trauma and identifies the impact of trauma and adversity on behavior, functioning, and health across the lifespan. Introducing: the impact of trauma on the brain development and functioning, ACES study and the impact of trauma across the lifespan, symptoms, triggers, and reflection.


2.00 Hours

Course Level

C1

PQAS Approved

Course Category

Business

Trauma Informed Practices

Child Growth and Development (2 Hours)

CDA Content Areas

Principles of Child Growth & Development (2 Hours)

Administrators
Directors
Center Staff
Family/Group
Head Start/Early Head Start
Home Visitor
Early Child Mental Health
Pre-K Counts
Coaches

Infants
Toddlers
Preschool
Pre-Kindergarten
Kindergarten
School-Age
Adult