Tag: Trauma

Understanding Trauma…in Early Childhood

| March 28, 2016
Understanding Trauma…in Early Childhood

The Arizona Division for Early Childhood (AZ DEC) in conjunction with The Arizona Department of Education – Early Childhood Education Presents: Understanding Trauma Informed Care in Early Childhood on April 9th…

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Understanding Trauma…in Early Childhood

| March 21, 2016
Understanding Trauma…in Early Childhood

The Arizona Division for Early Childhood (AZ DEC) in conjunction with The Arizona Department of Education – Early Childhood Education Presents: Understanding Trauma Informed Care in Early Childhood on April 9th…

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Lunch and Learn at the Guidance Center

| January 11, 2016
Lunch and Learn at the Guidance Center

Want to learn more about the effects of trauma? Join the Guidance Center on January 27th for a Treating Trauma presentation.

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REMINDER! Opportunity Supporting Children in Grief – October 3rd

| September 21, 2015
REMINDER! Opportunity Supporting Children in Grief – October 3rd

Camp Mourning Star is a day camp for children ages 6-12 to learn about the grief process through activities and share their experiences with each other in a safe, supportive atmosphere.

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Camp Mourning Star – Supporting Children in Grief – October 3rd

| September 14, 2015
Camp Mourning Star – Supporting Children in Grief – October 3rd

Camp Mourning Star is a day camp for children ages 6-12 to learn about the grief process through activities and share their experiences with each other in a safe, supportive atmosphere.

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How does the ‘toxic stress’ of poverty hurt the developing brain?

| June 29, 2015
How does the ‘toxic stress’ of poverty hurt the developing brain?

A growing body of research shows that the stress of growing up in poverty can have long-term effects on children’s brains and cognitive development. How can so-called “toxic stress” be prevented?PBS NewsHour’s Megan Thompson reports in this latest story from the continuing public media series “Chasing the Dream.” Thompson is currently a fellow with the […]

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Trauma-Informed School Lawsuit

| May 29, 2015
Trauma-Informed School Lawsuit

A landmark first step was taken today to insure that all public schools in the United States be legally required to address the unique learning needs of children affected by adverse childhood experiences.

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Healing Our Relatives Learning Community

| January 14, 2015
Healing Our Relatives Learning Community

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Tribal Training and Technical Assistance Center is hosting a webinar for the Healing Our Relatives Community. The topic is “Part 1: Trauma-Informed Approaches in Indian Country”. For more information on the webinar CLICK HERE. To registar for the webinar click HERE.  

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Trauma Sensitive Yoga Class

| December 15, 2014
Trauma Sensitive Yoga Class

Trauma Sensitive Yoga Class Yoga Therapy can help survivors overcome past traumatic experiences by teaching them better coping skills and helping them to use their breath and body sensations to connect to the present moment. Every Sunday at 9am-10:30am beginning January 4th, 2015 Free Safe and Nurturing Environment Confidential Professional and Trauma Sensitive Yoga instructor […]

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Trauma Sensitive Yoga Class

| December 9, 2014
Trauma Sensitive Yoga Class

Trauma Sensitive Yoga Class Yoga Therapy can help survivors overcome past traumatic experiences by teaching them better coping skills and helping them to use their breath and body sensations to connect to the present moment. Every Sunday at 9am-10:30am beginning January 4th, 2015 Free Safe and Nurturing Environment Confidential Professional and Trauma Sensitive Yoga instructor […]

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