Mental Health Begins at Birth
A free virtual workshop on supporting Durham’s youngest children
Building on the first two training topics in this series, Part III further explores the role of the caregiver in providing support to very young children who have experienced trauma or traumatic stress. In this session, participants will:
- Explore the role of co-regulation in helping infants and young children cope with stress and trauma.
- Identify and support developmentally appropriate coping skills for very young children.
- Understand and practice using appropriate language to talk to young children about traumatic events.
Who Appropriate for providers in health and mental health care, social services, case management, parent support, early care and education, and related fields.
When Thursday, July 29, 2021, from 9:30-11:00 a.m
Registration Sign up here. Attendance at Parts I and II is not required to join Part III.
For more information, including trainer bio, see the flyer below.