Dates: December 11-December 15 during the workday
Location: 2001 N Division St, Ste 130, Spokane
Trainer: Erika Larson
Are you looking for a deep-dive into the topic of trauma-informed care? Join us for this unique learning experience where you will closely examine what trauma-informed care looks like. Come explore the impact of relationships on neurobiology, learn about the prevalence of different types of trauma, and improve your ability to integrate trauma-informed practices with children, families, and staff. This course will also address self-care and allow you to reflect on how your own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors can support regulation and resilience for yourself and those you interact with. You will complete the series better prepared to provide individualized, responsive care for the children you serve. Our intention is to include time for you to learn, be heard, pause, and reflect in a respectful space that allows personal growth and inner wisdom to emerge. This class is offered free of charge due to special grant funding. Space is limited in person, so participants should carefully consider their interests before registering.
This is an intensive class. You must attend all 5 days and complete 3-4 hours of homework each night in order to earn STARS hours.