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San Francisco Public Library

100 Larkin Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

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2017 ANNUAL TRAINING: BUILDING RESILIENCY ACROSS CONTEXTS

Join us for an engaging and interactive FREE training around building resiliency in children who have been exposed to violence and experienced trauma.


The program includes a complimentary breakfast. Registration begins at 8:00 and program begins promptly at 9:00am.

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Barbara Stroud

Licensed clinical psychologist, ZERO TO THREE Graduate Fellow, an infant mental health specialist, and a private trainer and consultant. She holds endorsement status in California, under the Center for Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health, as a Mental Health Specialist and a Reflective Practice Facilitator Level III. The author of two incredible books, "How to Measure a Relationship" and "Intentional Living," Dr. Stroud is highly regarded for her innovative service delivery models, which have won national awards. Embedded in all of her trainings, service models, and consultation practices are the principles of reflective supervision and honoring cultural uniqueness. Attending a training with Dr. Stroud is not just a lecture it is an experience.

Panel and Discussion with:

Brian O'Connor: Director of Public Education Campaigns and Programs

Futures without Violence; Changing Minds: The Campaign to End Childhood Trauma

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