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Trauma-Responsive Care Webinar: Rebuilding Trust After Trauma

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Are you raising or working with children from hard places?

Are their behaviors frustrating and exhausting you?

Have you tried all the typical behavior advice, and it hasn't worked? 

That's because the behavior is the symptom, not the problem! We need to solve the problem if we want to create lasting change.


In my trauma-responsive webinar, Rebuilding Trust After Trauma, you will learn practical, evidence-based techniques for helping the children you love to heal the root cause beneath their behaviors - a lack of safety and trust.

In this hour-long webinar, we cover Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and how they impact the brain and well-being. You will also learn about the role of hyper, and hypo arousal and how being aware of arousal levels can help you and the child function at the optimal level. Lastly, you will gain useful, practical tools you can implement today to help the children you love.


When it comes to raising or working with children exposed to trauma and adversity, parents and teachers need all the tools they can find to fill their toolbox. That's what this webinar is here to do, but it's only the tip of the iceberg! There is so much more to learn.


If you like this webinar, please reach out to me for additional trauma-responsive coaching and training opportunities HERE.

There is no quick-fix for childhood trauma, but there are intentional shifts you can make in your communication with children that can make a huge difference in how they perceive you and the world around them. Children need to feel safe after trauma, and in this webinar, we go through the steps you can take to build trust and reestablish safety in your home or classroom. 


If you would like to continue learning how to improve the emotional well-being of the children you love, join us in my Facebook group, Emotiminds, HERE. It is a virtual classroom and support group for building emotional health in our homes and communities.