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Trauma-Informed Care: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children (0-5)

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Southwest Human Development

ONLINE TRAINING

Phoenix, AZ 85008

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The impact of trauma on young children and the importance of relationships to help children recover from traumatic events.

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ONLINE TRAINING: In response to the COVID-19 crisis, this training has been adapted to an online format vs. in-person training. Zoom video and audio conferencing dial-in information will be emailed to registered participants the week of the training.This online training for birth, kinship, foster and adoptive families includes an overview of the importance of relationships, trauma, how young children are affected by trauma, feelings and behaviors young children may exhibit, and how caregivers can help.Hosted by Southwest Human Development, this training is facilitated by Molly Strothkamp, MSW, LCSW, IMH-E, child therapist at the Good Fit Counseling Center. This class is free and offered one Saturday per month and one weeknight every other month. Registration is limited and closes 48 hours prior to each training.Questions? Please contact Molly Strothkamp at mstrothk@swhd.org

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Southwest Human Development

ONLINE TRAINING

Phoenix, AZ 85008

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Southwest Human Development is Arizona’s largest nonprofit dedicated to early childhood development. Recognizing a child’s earliest experiences and relationships establish the foundation for all future development, Southwest Human Development’s more than 40 comprehensive programs focus on young children – ages birth to 5 – and their families in the areas of child development and mental health, Easterseals disabilities services, early literacy and Head Start, family support and child welfare services, and professional development and training. Founded in 1981, Southwest Human Development serves 135,000 children and families each year.

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