Supporting New Arrival Families in a Trauma-Informed and Responsive Way | Session 2: Afternoon
March 27 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
We are excited to extend an invitation to our upcoming training series, “Supporting New Arrival Families in a Trauma-Informed and Responsive Way.” This 3-part series is designed to provide valuable insights and practical strategies for professionals and organizations working with new arrivals.
Training Series Highlights:
|Session 1: Supporting Traumatized Children and Families Affected by Displacement
|Session 2: Trauma-Informed Care: The Way You Support Matters
|Session 3: Caring for the Caregivers: Mitigating Secondary Traumatic Stress in Support of New Arrival Families
- Gain a deeper understanding of trauma-informed care principles.
- Learn effective strategies for supporting new arrival families with sensitivity and cultural humility.
- Explore trauma-responsive approaches to enhance your personal wellbeing, and the wellbeing of your staff, parents, caregivers, and children.
- Collaborate and network with professionals in the field.
In today’s dynamic world, new-arrival families encounter unique challenges that demand a thoughtful and trauma-informed and responsive approach. This training series is designed to equip attendees with the knowledge and tools necessary to provide compassionate and effective support to those navigating displacement and trauma.
To secure your spot, please discuss the best time to register with your Supervisor or Manager. Then, click the registration link below.