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ACEs, The Brain & Developmental Trauma Three Part Webinar

*When you register for this webinar you are registering for all three sessions

ACEs, the Brain & Developmental Trauma Part 1: The Science & Why it Matters with Kathy Soden & Sylvia Gibbons, Adoption Council of Ontario PACT Team & DTAA Members

Intended audience: pre-adoptive families, adoptive, kinship and customary care families, adult adoptees and the professionals who support those on adoption and permanency journeys

Objectives:

  • provide an overview of:
    • the Adverse Childhood Experiences study and its findings, 
    • the brain science related to childhood trauma and adversity, and 
    • what developmental trauma is all about
  • explain why it's important to understand these topics through the lens of adoption and permanency journeys
  • introduce a discussion about the prevention and healing of developmental trauma which will be expanded upon in Part 2
  • discuss the brain's resilience and opportunities for strengthening neural pathways
  • introduce Ontario's Developmental Trauma Action Alliance and its goals
  • provide relevant resources and further learning opportunities

Thursday, February 11th, 2021 | 12:00PM - 1:30PM | Online Webinar 


ACEs, the Brain & Developmental Trauma Part 2: Healing Through Adoption and Permanency Journeys with Kathy Soden & Sylvia Gibbons, Adoption Council of Ontario PACT Team & DTAA Members

Intended audience: pre-adoptive families, adoptive, kinship and customary care families, adult adoptees and the professionals who support those on adoption and permanency journeys

Objectives:

  • focus on the understanding of developmental trauma through the lens and core issues of adoption and permanency journeys
  • emphasize the importance of truly understanding children, youth and adults and their "internal working models", so that parenting, child welfare work and therapeutic interventions can be set up for success
  • expand on the introductory discussion of prevention and healing from part 1 and address what can help children, youth and adults who have been impacted by developmental trauma from the perspective of:
    • pre-adoptive families
    • adoptive, kinship & customary care families
    • adult adoptees
    • professionals 
  • address the importance of understanding developmental trauma and the lens of adoption by all of the systems (child welfare, education, health - physical and mental, family law, justice, etc) that work with people and families on adoption and permanency journeys
  • provide relevant resources and further learning opportunities

Thursday, February 18th, 2021 | 12:00PM - 1:30PM | Online Webinar 


ACEs, the Brain & Developmental Trauma Part 3: Being a Healing Parent: Tips & Strategies with Kathy Soden & Sylvia Gibbons, Adoption Council of Ontario PACT Team & DTAA Members

Intended audience: pre-adoptive families, adoptive, kinship and customary care families, adult adoptees and the professionals who support those on adoption and permanency journeys

Objectives:

  • focuses on healing parenting 
  • presenters will focus on examples 

Thursday, February 25th, 2021 | 12:00PM - 1:30PM | Online Webinar 



Categories: Education Events, Featured, Online Events

Dates

Starts: 2021-02-11 12:00:00
Ends: 2021-02-11 13:30:00

Starts: 2021-02-18 12:00:00
Ends: 2021-02-18 13:30:00

Starts: 2021-02-25 12:00:00
Ends: 2021-02-25 13:30:00