Child Trauma; The impact on the mind, body, and behavior

This foundational presentation will educate attendees on the ways unresolved trauma can impact a child and adolescents brain, their physical body, and ultimately their behavior. Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of how decision making processes in children and adolescents can change when threats to their safety and well-being are present in their life. Discussion will include types of trauma, resiliency, connections in the brain, triggers, trauma reactive behavior, and long term impacts that traumatized individuals may face.

Learning Objectives
-Review the types of trauma that can occur in children and adolescent's lives
-Define resiliency and identify how resiliency can change the impact trauma has on individuals
-Identify how trauma impacts the brain and body, and how this impact can vary the ability to utilize various skills needed for success in all settings
-Identify common triggers that can result in trauma reactive behavior
-Discuss the long term impacts that individuals with unresolved trauma can face 

Registration is REQUIRED and on a first come-first serve basis, so sign up now!   Coffee and water will be provided. 
Thursday, July 13th,  8:30 am - 10:30 am 
Center For People in Need - 3901 N. 27th St.

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