Trauma Informed Care Training

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Dates: 4/17/2021 - 4/17/2021

Age Level: Ages 16 and up

Cost: $25

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Join us April 17th from 9am-noon PST as Shauna Signorini presents a virtual workshop on trauma and the impact it has on our children and how we can help.

Trauma Education: Science, Hope and Healing

Trauma is common in children and in our society; trauma can have impacts across the lifespan. The current global pandemic itself has been experienced as a traumatic event by many.  We will learn practical ways to support a person who has experienced trauma. 

· Define trauma and being trauma informed 

· Understand possible lasting impact of toxic stress on development and behavior 

· Recognizing flight, fight, and freeze 

· Learn how relationship and activities rebuild the brain

"Shauna Signorini is a national speaker on trauma and children’s mental health. Her lived experience and work with Oregon families and professionals across Oregon provide a well of experience from which to draw. Messages of hope, wellness, and resilience resonate with healthcare professionals, educators, self-advocates and parents alike. She is the proud mother to two young people who identify as queer." (From

Cost: $25, class is limited to 100 online participants. 

Please choose Leadership & Counselor Training under Volunteer & Training (Work Events & Training) on the registration page, then choose Trauma Informed Care Training.

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