Restoring Trust After Childhood Trauma - Evidence-based Skills for Helping Children Heal





Childhood trauma is the core reason so many children are suffering with their mental health right now. Children are scared. Their sense of safety and trust in the world around them has been damaged. But the good news is there are many things we can do to help mitigate and heal the impact of trauma, and that's what you will learn in this 1.5 hour webinar.


Please get comfy, grab a notebook, and join us to learn how to compassionately restore trust and safety for children and teens who are traumatized by the pandemic, loss, and family separation.


Caring for children with trauma is a skill we don’t learn naturally, and we must seek out guidance and knowledge to promote healing.


Parenting, teaching, or otherwise caring for children with trauma is often counterintuitive to traditional parenting strategies. I wouldn’t know what to do either if it weren’t for my experience as a trauma therapist.

That doesn’t mean I have every answer, and I don’t always get it right, but based off of the positive feedback from previous workshops I am confident you will take away knowledge and skills that could change the trajectory for a child or teen you love.


If you find this video helpful, please subscribe to my monthly childhood trauma newsletter, or join my Facebook group, Emotiminds. This group is like a virtual classroom for children's mental health and trauma-responsive care.




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