Roots of Resilience – Developing a Trauma-Lens to Nurture Resilience: A Workshop for Professionals Serving Young Children and Families
9am – 12pm Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Shannon Lipscomb, PhD, is Associate Professor and Program Lead for Human Development and Family Sciences at Oregon State University-Cascades.
This workshop helps support early childhood professionals to nurture resilience using a trauma-lens. Participants examine trauma, resilience, and how trauma affects children and families. It also offers practical strategies for reflection and application.
This workshop meets professional development requirements for Set 2 with the Oregon Registry, and TSPC Standards. Training materials include a workbook with activities and applied practices, and a sampling of materials to use with children, including recipe cards to create more.
- Learn how trauma and resilience affect children’s learning and development.
- Apply a trauma-lens to support children who have experienced trauma.
- Plan and practice nurturing our own resilience to foster resilience in others.
Scholarships for early childhood professionals from Jefferson, Crook, or Deschutes County may be possible, depending on need and availability. To inquire about a scholarship complete this short online form.
3 CEUs are available for educators.