Tuesday, May 10, 2022 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM PDT
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Nancy Dayne, Member Services 


OCAEYC Presents-Stress, Strategies and Strengths: Trauma Informed Care Using a Reflective Lens

Professional Development Description: Over two years into this global pandemic, we are all noticing the significant impacts of  stress on children, their families, and on ourselves. Come join us as we explore the specific implications of Covid-19 on children and discuss and explore trauma-informed strategies that will help children become their strongest selves, despite these obstacles. We will also explore compassion fatigue and plan for self care.

May 10th 6:30pm-8pm through Zoom
Cost: FREE 
Space is Limited-RSVP ASAP


Bio: Jenn Kinkel found her passion for working with children and families over 26 years ago, starting as an aide in a toddler room through an ROP course offering. Since that time, she worked at the UCI Farm Elementary School, at Catalyst Kids, and at the Huntington Beach City School District as the Director of Early Childhood Education. She currently teaches at Fullerton College in the Child Development & Educational Studies department, and advocates for children through her work with OCAEYC, the Orange County Child Development Planning Council, and the Early Childhood Sub Committee of the Fullerton Collaborative. Jenn completed her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Social Behavior at the University of California, Irvine, and earned her Master of Arts degree in Human Development at Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena. In her time outside of work, Jenn spends time exploring the world with her five-year-old daughter.