When a person is exposed to chronic stress, trauma, violence and/or neglect, brain development is impacted in a significant way. This is turn influences daily function, and the ability to develop in a typical manner. Science is teaching us that adversity has a direct correlation to both emotional and physical health that can be passed onto future generations. We are also learning that the quality and nature of the early attachment relationship is more imperative than we ever understood. How does this information relate to your role as a care provider? How can it support the dyads in your care to begin the healing process from a neurobiological perspective? Lastly, but most importantly, how can we find hope in our work when caring for such complex families?
Jan Ference will present this 2-part interactive webinar.
Part I: Wednesday June 17, 2020 from 9am - 12pm PDT
- Explore evidence-based practice for promoting attachment and helping to break the cycle of trauma and adversity.
Part II: Wednesday June 24, 2020 from 9am - 11am PDT
- Explore cases in your practice to better consolidate the new concepts.
Who should attend? Pregnancy outreach workers, nurses, physicians, child welfare workers, family support workers, social workers, health/social service students, outreach workers, shelter workers, detox workers, treatment centre workers, doulas, child birth educators, peer support workers and anyone else who supports pregnant individuals.
Each registration includes access to a recording of the webinar for 15 days after the session, if the scheduled date/time does not work for you. You will also receive a certificate of completion after you attend/view the webinar.
Credit Card Payments Only. No refunds or cancellations.
Registration is not complete until payment is received. Pending registrations will be cancelled if payment has not been received by June 12, 2020.
We cannot guarantee that registrations completed after 12pm on June 16th will receive the login information in time for the live event; however, access to the recording of the webinar will still be provided.