This training is for any adult or young adult interested in understanding the ‘why’ behind challenging behaviors and how to create safe spaces and healthier connections from wherever you are… parent, friend, colleague, etc. It provides an introduction to the neurobiology of trauma and toxic stress, the principles of Trauma Informed Care, and the science of resilience. Attendees will consider practical ways to support their own resilience and explore a helpful paradigm for leading through times of inner and outer disruption.
In this 90-minute training, we will:
• Define trauma and understand its prevalence as well as the impact of toxic stress
• Explore principles of Trauma-Informed Care
• Consider trauma-informed ways to lead your team, friends, or family through times of disruption
• Create an individual resilience plan to help sustain personal and professional well-being
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This event will be virtual (on Zoom), but if people would like to stream the event from the library, you may. Come 15 minutes early if you would like to check out one of our laptops to use in the library for this event.