Trauma Informed Methods for Early Educators [Webinar]

In this webinar, we talk about how to use a trauma-informed lens to work through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Key Takeaways from Charle Peck

  • Trauma is personal – It is any experience that leaves a person feeling fearful or hopeless and can be a real or perceived threat.
  • The mind & body connection – Stress affects the mind & body. To calm the mind, start with breathing exercises to calm the body.
  • Practice empathy – When working with young children who are acting out, a good first step is to get curious and ask “why”

Shoutouts from the audience

Debra Nelli
I have done the self study online course from STARR titled Trauma-Informed Resilient Schools

Theresa Sims
for First Nations we sing with the drum lullaby and heart beat drumming

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Carmen Choi

Carmen is the Marketing Coordinator and Preschool Podcast Manager on the HiMama team. She's been working with childcare business owners and consultants for 3 years. She is passionate making connections that empower the ECE Community through knowledge-sharing to support better outcomes for children, their families, and society!

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