Cracking the Code on Batterers: Understanding Motives & Connection to Risk
- Community & Culture
- Executive Airport Plaza, Richmond BC
The effects of childhood trauma can be devastating and recovery a complex process requiring knowledge of the biological, brain-altering results of emotional and physical trauma.
WJS Canada is a CARF accredited organization that has been providing care and supportive services throughout Canada for over 25 years. Our Training Division has provided internal and external training in various disciplines.
WJS believes that learning is a lifelong process. Our goal is to Engage, Educate and Empower, in a way that maximizes potential through innovative learning.
The WJS Training Division exists to provide innovative training to fill the market gaps in professional development.
The WJS training division will provide the highest standard professional development services in BC.
We intend to equip employees and external agencies with the tools to carry out their professional duties. In order to do this we intend to provide training of the highest standards for WJS and external individuals and agencies. We will provide cost effective training that is competitive in nature and of the highest possible standards.
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visit the ChildTrauma Academy
Going to be in Edmonton?
Why not attend the Edmonton session on February 20th, 2013?
For more information on this session, contact Evelyn
Alberta Regional Office
#218, 10509 - 81 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 1X7
Telephone: (780) 439-5087, Ext. 32
Fax: (780) 431-2196
The Hilton Vancouver Metrotown is offering participants of this workshop a special guest room rate of $149.00.
To recieve this special rate, contact Jacqueline Jones at the Hilton Vancouver Metrotown and let her know your with the Trauma Informed Practice workshop. Jacqueline.Jones@hilton.com t: 604 639 3725
Some questions have been posed about the content of the workshop,
Designing Trauma Informed Services for Children and Families
1. Understand the effects of trauma and neglect from a neurodevelopmental perspective.
2. Identify signs and symptoms of trauma and neglect in young children.
3. Learn new strategies for care, program development, and policy as related to developmental trauma.
The development of a young child is profoundly influenced by experience. Experiences – good and bad - shape the organization of the brain. The ultimate effect is to impact emotional, social, cognitive and physiological functioning. Insights into this process come from understanding brain development. Both trauma and neglect, the absence of essential developmental experiences required to express a fundamental potential of a child, are pervasive problems in our culture. Various forms of neglect are possible and include splinter neglect, total global neglect and emotional or relational neglect. Chaos, threat and abnormal patterns of emotional, social, cognitive and physical interactions with young children lead to an array of brain-related problems. This presentation will review clinical work and research that can help us better understand developmental trauma, neglect and the relational problems that arise from neglect and threat. An overview will be provided that suggests new directions for clinical practice, program development and policy.
The registration deadline has been increased by one day to compensate for the phone issues experienced on February 13th and 14th.
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