Trauma Informed Practice using the Creative Process
Date(s) - Dec 9, 2019
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Strive Living Society
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Develop new strategies to help children affected by trauma cope, build resilience and reach their full potential.
As a family support professional, you can have a profound impact on a child’s ability to cope, build resilience, and achieve optimal development. In this BC Council for Families workshop, you’ll gain a strong foundation of knowledge by learning more about early brain development and how trauma impacts the brain. You’ll also gain hands-on knowledge and experience with interactive case studies and activities designed to help you learn how to:
- identify some common trauma triggers,
- create a culture of welcome for all children,
- identify ways to implement the creative process effectively,
- develop more creative strategies to respond to children presenting trauma, and
- understand more about early brain development and how it impacts the ability to process trauma effectively.
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Orah Chaye is of North African and Scandinavian descent growing up with a strong Oriental cultural influence since age 10. A highly experienced Educator and Consultant for nearly 30 years, she has developed the Creative Process Trauma Informed Practice methodology approach. Working extensively in Indigenous, Refugee and Immigrant Populations, Orah is contracted for a wide variety of In-Service development projects to various agencies; and also invited to present at numerous conferences and symposiums. She has a particular interest in early human brain development, and its correlation to early attachment.