STRIVE (Supportive Trauma Interventions for Educators) FALL 2020 TRAININGS
Trauma 101 Workshops for Massachusetts Early Education and Care
Saturdays from 9:30-12:30pm
- September 26th - REGISTER HERE
- October 3rd - REGISTER HERE
- October 17th - REGISTER HERE
- November 7th - REGISTER HERE
STRIVE is a collaborative project between Boston Medical Center’s Child Witness to Violence Project and Vital Village Network that aims to help schools and early education systems of care increase their capacity to identify, respond to, and optimally support the unique needs of young children who have been impacted by trauma exposure.
- Define trauma exposure
- Neurological, social, and emotional impacts of trauma
- Enhancing resilience and protective factors strategies
- Complimentary open access webinars on relevant topics
Audience: Massachusetts Early Education and Care (EEC) settings, including:
- Programs and Businesses: center-based, Head Start or Early Head Start, home/family-based childcare, out-of-school time, pre-school, etc.
- Providers and Administrators: director or business owner, educator/provider lead or assistance, social worker, counselor, special education, etc.
Duration: 3 Hours
Credit: Certificate of Completion
Benefits: Attendees will have access to webinars on topics related to implementing trauma-informed practices in Early Education and Care (EEC) settings
Questions/Contact: Desiree Hartman, firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-414-3640
These training are supported by the Attorney General Maura Healey’s Office's Trauma-Informed Care for Young Children Grant Program.