Roots of Pain – Inter-generational Trauma Workshop
Date(s) - Feb 8, 2017
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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‘Roots of Pain: The Role of Early Years Professionals within Trauma-Informed Systems of Care’ is an interactive workshop focusing on the challenges of caring for children who have experienced emotional abuse or neglect, particularly as a result of the inter-generational transmission of trauma. Its purpose is for service providers to gain additional knowledge and skills to better support young children, their families, and communities.
In the spirit of reconciliation, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal participants are welcome to learn together.
Please note that lunch will be provided.
Presented by: Aurea Vericat Rocha has over 20 years of experience as an Early Childhood Educator working with children in indigenous communities across Mexico, and more recently as a doctoral student at UBC in the Cross-Faculty Inquiry Program of the Faculty of Education. Combining mainstream and aboriginal approaches, her research focus is on the critical role of early years programs and services in supporting children’s emotional healing from the effects of inter-generational trauma.
For more info contact: Catherine Disbery, Suxkenxitelx kl cecamala Early Years Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org or (250)764-9652.
Registration is available at http://catchcoalition.ca/event-2439625
Sponsored by Suxkenxitelx kl cecamala, formerly known as Aboriginal CATCH
- Child Growth and Development
- Child Health and Wellbeing
- Curriculum/Program Development
- Early Care and Education
- Family Support
- Kindergarten Transitions
- Middle Years
- Professional Ethics & Practice
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Suxkenxitelx kl cecamala, formerly known as Aboriginal CATCH