The Neurobiology of Developmental Trauma
- 109 Australian dollars$109
- In Person
This practical workshop will support Educators to develop a foundational understanding of the various regions within the brain. Participants will examine neurobiological development within the context of normative development, and consider the impact of trauma. This workshop will support Educators to explore the impact of trauma on children’s arousal, attention and memory. Participants will collaboratively consider interventions to support children's development, including the role of neuroplasticity in healing the developing brain. Participants will explore the implications for practice in services, by considering the potential impact of the physical environment, routines and interactions with Educators. The workshop will be focussed on developing practical strategies which can be directly translated into practice by integrating evidence-based learning from leading researchers.
Please note that this policy does not apply to free sessions. A participant must notify Connect.Ed by email if they wish to cancel their attendance at a professional development session. If notice of cancellation is provided more than 7 business days prior to the professional development session, the participant may choose to either receive a refund (less a $20 administration fee) or transfer to a different PD session within 3 months of the cancellation date, without fee or penalty If notice of cancellation is not provided within 7 business days of the professional development session start date, the registration fee will not be refunded and Connect.Ed may be unable to transfer your registration to a suitable professional development session substitute. Transfer of registration under these circumstances is subject to availability.
21/60 Richmond Road, Keswick SA 5035, Australia