Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM EST
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Rockland Mansion
Rockland - East Fairmount Park
3810 Mt. Pleasant Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19121

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Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia


Trauma and
Day Care


By age four, 20-25% of children either witnessed and/or suffered from trauma and maltreatment according to national statistics. Traumatized children can manifest physical symptoms, including headaches and stomach aches, poor control of emotions and behaviors, and over- or under-reacting to various stimuli. The workshop will address this very important aspect in child development and discuss ways of recognizing and handling it in the day care setting.

PRESENTER: Jeanette Redmond, LCSW

Jeanette Redmond, LCSW, is a psychotherapist in private practice treating children, adolescents, and adults. She is a graduate of Howard University School of Social Work, holds a certification in child psychodynamic psychotherapy, and is a candidate in adult psychoanalysis at Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia.  Prior to establishing a private practice, her career path spanned decades of working in diverse child protective institutions.  Her experiences in neonatology, adoption, foster care, homelessness, and child custody evaluations have provided keen insight into the lives of children and how traumatic experiences impacts their psychological development.





3.0 CE/CME credits available
PQAS and Act 48 credits available - please bring your PPID number!

No Charge for PCOP Members, Students, and Fellows*
No Charge for Child Care Workers (PQAS and Act 48 credits available)

$75 for Non-Members Seeking Credit (CE/CME credits, not PQAS or Act 48 credits)

*If you are a PCOP member whose membership category does not include receiving continuing education credits (Basic Level membership), please pay the fee for non-members seeking credit.