Help your child to increase focus, decrease behavioral challenges, and reach developmental milestone.
Davis Concepts for Life – Early Years Workshop
A two-day workshop for teachers, counselors, and psychologists on how to help children with ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences). Children who go through trauma are at risk of having negative, lasting effects on health and well-being. We call these ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and they can have a deleterious effects on development. Did you know that teachers have one to five children who have experienced ACEs and are more likely to struggle in school and have emotional and behavioral challenges? These challenges use a lot of valuable time and resources. They’re also linked to lower educational attainment, unemployment, and poverty.
As a part of this workshop, you will learn how to advance natural childhood development that may have been slowed or stopped due to trauma. Teaching ACEs children vital life concepts that may be missing or incomplete is key. The self-management tools taught in the workshop address their struggles with focus, stress, and anxiety, so they are able to manage their energy levels and their emotional and behavioral challenges. Your staff members will love seeing behavior issues decrease immensely, focus increase, and student’s development advance rapidly.
Presented by Anne Matacynski
This professional development can earn you 16 continuing education credits awarded through Northcentral Technical College.