Addressing Trauma in the Early Learning Setting: The CARE Approach

Following the success of the resources for trauma-informed practice in early learning centres, I am pleased to advise of my new training workshop: Addressing Trauma in the Early Learning Setting: The CARE approach.

The training workshop covers:

  • What is ‘trauma’?
  • The effect of trauma on the developing child
  • Signs that a child has or may have experienced trauma
  • What a therapeutic care environment looks like
  • Implementing a Therapeutic Care Plan
  • What recovery looks like for the child who has experienced trauma
  • Supporting our best endeavours – implementing a Self-Care Plan

The training was recently rolled out to a community early learning centre, with all staff who attended indicating that they would recommend the training to other early childhood educators.

The all-inclusive* cost of a one-day training workshop is AUD$2,000. This covers presenter costs and all handouts, including proformas for developing Therapeutic CARE Plans and Self-Care Plans.

Contact Secure Start to discuss an implementation:

Rebecca Pearce (Practice Manager):

* excluding travel to Centres outside of metropolitan Adelaide

About colbypearce

I am a Clinical Psychologist and author who assists children and familes overcome adversity and experience strong and secure attachment relationships.
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