Lots of eye contact will help me feel reassured and connected to you. At about six weeks, I will begin to focus in and read what your eyes are “saying”. My attachment to you grows with this communication.
Caregivers provide the primary care environments for children. This workshop aims to help participants learn information and strategies on how to provide therapeutic environments for children who have been affected by trauma. Participants will learn about trauma and its impacts using the principles of the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics and the Green, Yellow, Red Approach. The workshop is designed for parents, foster parents, social workers, teachers, youth care workers, and others in a caregiving position. This workshop will help them to build on their skills to provide children with environments that provide multiple therapeutic opportunities to promote recovery, growth, resilience, and repair.