By the end of this course participants will understand:
-The impact of secure developmental attachment on neurological, affective, cognitive, and behavioral development
-How developmental trauma (abuse and neglect) create insecure and disorganized attachment patterns which impede normal development
-Principles of psychotherapy, effective communication and parenting that facilitate the development of attachment security
-Specific strategies of parenting and communication that facilitate the development of a secure attachment and help children integrate past trauma and abusive experiences
-How the caregiver’s attachment history and attachment patterns can be important factors when providing care for children who have experienced developmental trauma.
Cost: $600 per person, includes a manual. Lunch is not included.
28 CEU’s will be provided!
Contact: Heath Miller @ firstname.lastname@example.org