Webinar: Human Super Power to Overcome Trauma

Early childhood teachers, staff, infants, toddlers, and parents are all exposed to increasing stress and trauma in the environment. This webinar teaches about inborn “Human Super Powers” to ease personal trauma, provide trauma-informed care to infants and toddlers, and share trauma-sensitive support for parents. The presenter, Dr. Darleen Wodzenski, shares strategies that can help calm the traumatized brain and create ease for everyone involved in early childhood care settings.


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