Webinar: Human Superpower to Overcome Trauma
Early childhood teachers, staff, infants, toddlers, and parents are all exposed to increasing stress and trauma in the environment. Learn about inborn “Human SuperPowers” to ease personal trauma, provide trauma-informed care to infants and toddlers, and share trauma-sensitive support for parents. Explore strategies that can help calm the traumatized brain and create ease for everyone involved in early childhood care settings.
Speaker: Dr. Darleen Wodzenski
Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski, MS ESE, MA CMHC, QPPE, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, is an author, speaker, and interventionist with Orchard Human Services, Inc. and Kinder Kollege Christian School. She is also an adjunct faculty member with Nova Southeastern University. A Nationally Board Certified Licensed Professional Counselor, Dr. Darleen provides direct clinical and developmental services to individuals and families with autism, neuro-atypicality, and disorders of attachment. She and her staff also serve children and adults with mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and neuroatypicality. Dr. Darleen delivers professional training, development, and consultative services for education and mental health professionals; provides special education advocacy; and is author of “Dead Children Can’t Read” and the “Marmalade Jam” therapeutic children’s book series. Dr. Darleen holds credentials in general and special education, is a qualified professional parent educator, and is a certified trainer for early learning and child care professionals.