Facilitated by Allison Preyde, Anova Public Education Coordinator
This session is being made possible by the City of London’s 2019 Access, Affordability, Capacity Building/Quality One-Time Funding Opportunity.
Come join us to gain a better understanding of Trauma Informed Practice. The trauma-informed approach is relevant for anyone who works with children and families, as we never know who has experienced trauma in their lives.
Trauma, a normal reaction to an abnormal situation, is unique to the individual, and trauma-informed care shifts the approach from “what is wrong with you?” to “what happened to you?”.
Dinner will be provided. Please indicate any allergies or dietary restrictions at registration.
** This is the same event as was offered on November 5, 2019. Please see “Resilience-Informed Caregiving” on page 19 of the Winter 2020 calendar if you are interested in delving deeper into this topic.
Wednesday May 6
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
*Dinner will be served at 6:30 pm
Goodwill Industries, Town Hall (3rd floor)
255 Horton St E, London ON N6B 1L1
**This event is being offered at no cost to London and Middlesex Professionals with support from the City of London, County of Middlesex, Province of Ontario, and the Government of Canada.
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