When children act out, it can sometimes trigger unexpected reactions in adults that may be uncaring or even harmful. This workshop will review the evidence of the impact of trauma on the brain and explore the types of behaviors that are the result of pain in traumatized children. Educators and direct care givers will gain skills to respond in ways to help bring healing and hope to the children and youth they serve.
This 2-day training provides participants with practical application in a wide range of intervention models. It is designed to empower those who do not provide direct therapy but who seek to be agents of healing and growth in the foster home, school, residential program, or community.
Dates: June 14-15, 2017
Time: 8:30am to 4:30pm
Special Introductory Price: $300
Maximum Enrollment: 30
The Spring Hollow Lodge is located in Sharon Woods Metro Park, 1069 West Main Street, Westerville, Ohio. Sharon Woods offers a mixture of forests and fields with towering oak, hickory, and beech trees and an 11-acre lake. The Lodge boasts a fireplace, wildlife observation windows, a large meeting room room with WiFi, and sliding doors to the deck. For those traveling from a distance into the area, please contact us if you have any questions about hotels in the area.
Travel and Lodging Information
The nearest airport is CMH in Columbus, Ohio, which is about a 20 minute drive from the Spring Hollow Lodge. Click here for hotel options.
Optional University Credit
Participants can enroll for graduate workshop credit in either Psychology or Special Education. Registration forms will be provided at the training. A course syllabus will be available on the CF Learning website (cflearning.org). There is a $300 USD tuition fee (for 3 credits) in addition to the training registration fee. Payment for credit is made to CF Learning and given to the instructor onsite at the training. Credit is offered through CF Learning and Augustana University, a fully accredited, 4-year university located in Sioux Falls
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