Mind Matters Lesson One: Self-Soothing
2pm on Wednesday, July 8
Self-soothing is a skill that is developed over time, through practice. The goal of self-soothing is to dial-down the reactive response of the body’s central nervous system. A traumatized person needs a means of reducing the automatic reactivity of their nervous system. Self-soothing will help. You will learn and practice four self-soothing skills that you can use personally as well as share with colleagues, clients, and students. *Over 3,000 people have viewed this class online. You will love it live! Presenters: Carolyn Curtis, Ph.D., author of Mind Matters, and Dixie Zittlow, Dibble Master Trainer
Promoting Economic Stability to Reduce Child Maltreatment: Evaluating a Policy Approach
10am on Tuesday, July 14
Presented by Ali Rowhani Rahbar, MD, PhD and Nicole Kovski, MS, of University of Washington.
Presented by Sonali Rajan, EdD, Danielle Kassow, PhD, Ginny Rauh, ScD, Columbia University and Trauma-Free NYC.