Teachers need accurate guidance on helping children and families who have been exposed to trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Trauma can be caused in many different ways.
Relational trauma is often the result of a parent or care-giver’s own untreated relational trauma and occurs when there is consistent disruption of a child’s sense of security and love within the family. It is often caused by a sense of abandonment or enmeshment, where unhealthy emotional relationships are created which will affect a child’s development and learning.
This great instructional video course is designed to enhance your understanding of the impact of childhood adversity, trauma and toxic stress and provides an invaluable insight into why children who have or continue to suffer trauma, behave the way they do.
By simplifying and condensing the complex world of childhood trauma into tangible, easy to grasp terms, this course will equip you with a number of trauma-informed classroom strategies and approaches with which to respond to the consequential complex needs of trauma-impacted children and adolescents.