Workforce Development

Trauma-Informed Practice

Mar 7, 2016

This session provides an overview of interventions which incorporate the lens of trauma or chronic/toxic stress to achieve trauma-informed practice.

Many children have had early traumatic experiences. These children come into our lives and our programs with a variety of developmental needs. Professionals must understand the specific needs of the children and families they are working with in order to effectively build in strategies and support to help deal with these traumatic experiences. This session provides an overview of interventions which incorporate the lens of trauma or chronic/toxic stress to achieve trauma-informed practice.

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