Early Trauma Online Learning

Online Learning Duration: Approximately 50 minutes. Cost: Free. This course has been funded by the Home Office Early Intervention Fund. Who is this course for? Practitioners, professionals and

Regulate, Relate, Reason (Sequence of Engagement): Neurosequential Network Stress & Trauma Series

This is a brief video (20 min) describing the sequential processing of experience in the brain. The Regulate-Relate-Reason heuristic is explained. This simple but powerful

Stress, Trauma, and the Brain: Insights for Educators–The Neurosequential Model

The Neurosequential Model in Education, based on an understanding of the structure and sequential nature of the brain, can help educators increase their students’ engagement

Resource: FASD & Trauma

Initiated and written by two Hertfordshire foster carers, Sue and Tony Sharp, this guide helps foster carers parenting at the intersection of FASD and trauma.

The Repair of Early Trauma: A Bottom Up Approach

Told to us through the voices of children, this unique animation teaches us that by putting together the seven-piece jigsaw puzzle of ‘Developmental Trauma’, we

HBHC Webinar – Managing trauma exposure and compassion fatigue in the health care professional – what works? Best practices

June 21st, 2018 – 12:00pm – 1:00pm EDT To register please go to: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/managing-trauma-exposure-and-compassion-fatigue-in-the-health-care-professional-tickets-46567495633 Requirements: A computer with speakers (or headset) and high-speed internet are required

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