Web Streaming: Infant and Early Childhood Trauma: Core Concepts and Tools to Build Resilience
Tuesday, February 6, 2018 | Web Stream
*** SALES FOR OUR WEB STREAM OF THE 2018 FORUM HAVE NOW CLOSED ***
Please join us online for a conversation about the impact of early childhood trauma and how best to support a child's recovery, with practical interventions and concrete tools for healing.
Featuring Keynote Speaker: Dr. Chandra Ghosh Ippen
Associate Director, Child Trauma Research Program
University of California, San Francisco
We are thrilled to welcome to Seattle Chandra Ghosh Ippen, Ph.D., a leading expert in complex childhood trauma and its impact on very young children. Using metaphors, visual aids and rich case studies, Dr. Ghosh Ippen illustrates how everyone involved with the child - parents, caregivers, teachers, service providers, doctors, even police, legal advocates and others - must collaborate, using the best available science to support the recovery of the traumatized child. She provides practical interventions and concrete tools in trauma-informed care as pathways to healing and resilience.
11:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Web Stream Registration: $20 (individual access)
Deadline for registering is February 2nd at 2pm. Streaming will be available for 48 hours post event.
Are you interested in hosting a viewing party in your community?
Contact us at Email NWCF! or by phone at 206.682.8447.
Our 2018 Web Stream Forum Sponsors:
Alaska Children's Trust
Empire Health Foundation
2018 Forum Event Sponsors:
Thomas V. Giddens Jr. Foundation
Committee for Children
Haggard Childcare Resources
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Web Stream from Washington State Convention Center
Seattle, WA 98144