Creative Strategies for Engaging Youth and Healing Trauma
3-Hour Training Applies to certification – All certification levels $145 + HST This workshop will provide insight into the impact of trauma and attachment on adolescence. Workshop focus will include a variety of strategies for promoting safety and engaging at risk youth. Research, resources, and intervention strategies will be shared.
Through this training participants will gain an awareness of:
the impact of attachment and trauma on adolescence and self concept;
the sensory function of at risk behaviours;
experiential review of practical intervention strategies;
assessment, treatment formulation, and outcome measures for working with adolescents through a trauma informed lens.
This training is available under distance learning as a prerecorded training option.
Advance registration is required, limited spaces available to ensure individualized attention. Please register below.
Most training are held at ATTCH in St. Davids Ontario. Our location is minutes from the breathtaking Niagara Falls, the picturesque town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, and the city of St. Catharines.
Most Valuable Aspect:
Learning strategies, getting resources, practices-for students and children.
Hands on tools to de-stress.
Different ways to engage youth.
I loved the concrete evidence you used-brain scans prove how trauma impacts the brain etc.
Ways to encourage, support and move them forward.
Useful strategies for young children, it was easy to see how you can adapt them for children in our program.
Client examples and demonstrations of tools.
The science behind the information.
Benefits of clay and moulding with it.
All was very relevant, very affirmative for me.
Excellent ideas and strategies for procession.
Became emotional and realized how I was holding back so much.