6 - 8 pm


September: 8, 10, 15, 17




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Childhood experiences, both positive and negative, have lifelong impacts and influence health and well-being later in life.  Come and learn about the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACEs) that started the movement toward understanding the link between what happens early in life and later outcomes. 

  • See those you work with through a different lens
  • Reflect on how this information changes the way you interact with the
    children and adults in your classrooms.
  • Learn about caring for ourselves while providing trauma-informed care
  • Explore next steps for our community

Training Schedule:

September 8: An introduction of the concept of ACEs:  "It's not what's wrong with you, it's what happened to you."Foundational Trauma/ACE education

September 10 :  Everyday Work Effects of stress both personal and professional 

Septemberr 15: Thriving in the Face of Working with Challenging Behaviors

September 17: Wrap up:  Trauma informed approach: What the past and current conditions such as COVID mean in the classroom 

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