Early Childhood Trauma Training

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This training is designed for early childhood professionals to understand the impact of trauma/violence on children and their families.

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This training supports professionals working in the early childhood sector to understand the lived experience of trauma and introduce them to ARCHS' Neighborhood Healing Network hub sites to better assist and support crime victims. As a result of this training participants will:

• Develop a deeper understanding of trauma, its various forms, and impact on health and functioning as a result of primary (individual) victimization and indirect victimization;

• Gain trauma-sensitive practices and strategies to avoid re-traumatizing individuals who have experienced trauma and/or victimization, both interpersonal and organizational perspective; and

• Learn to navigate the community resources and networks to support the immediate and long-term needs of individuals who experience trauma.

Please confirm that your e-mail address is correct before submitting your registration. If you do not receive an e-mail confirmation from Eventbrite (you may need to check your junk or spam folder), you will need to register again. An e-mail will be sent from info@awcommunities.org on Monday, 4/26/21, with the Zoom link for this training to registered participants. Only registered participants will be admitted into the training due to space limitations and safety concerns.

This project is made possible by the funding made available through the Victims of Crime Act Fund administered by the Missouri Department of Social Services, Division of Finance and Administrative Services. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department or the Department of Justice Programs.

To learn more about the Neighborhood Healing Network, visit www.stlarchs.org or STL Neighborhood Healing Network on Facebook.


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