The Effects of Trauma on Child Development

Far too many children have experienced trauma, including exposure to violence, abuse or neglect, loss of a loved one, fire, accidents, or other frightening experiences. The resulting traumatic stress can affect children’s brains, bodies, emotions, and behavior in ways that can be challenging to understand and manage. This session will discuss how to recognize signs of trauma and how to respond sensitively to young children’s needs.

Trainer: Jody Todd Manly, Ph.D., Mt. Hope Family Center, University of Rochester

February 9, 2017
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Child Care Resource Network, 1000 Hertel Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14216

Cost: $40.00

Free for RCSD Primary Project personnel, use your RCSD e-mail address at check-out

Free for Children's Institute staff, use your CI e-mail address at check-out

Training Location: 

Child Care Resource Network, 1000 Hertel Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14216
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