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The Impact of Childhood Trauma on the Brain

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Trauma isn't what happens to you, it's what happens inside of you In this 90 minute course we will be addressing the neurological impact trauma has on the developing brain; which can be profound and long-lasting.   This course aims to offer practical information to caregivers and professionals to help better understand why children struggle emotionally and behaviourally as a direct result of neurological changes that occur when a child's world is turned upside down by adversity. While this information can seem dire, it's the also the key to unlocking

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Trauma isn’t what happens to you, it’s what happens inside of you

In this 90 minute course we will be addressing the neurological impact trauma has on the developing brain; which can be profound and long-lasting.

This course aims to offer practical information to caregivers and professionals to help better understand why children struggle emotionally and behaviourally as a direct result of neurological changes that occur when a child’s world is turned upside down by adversity. While this information can seem dire, it’s the also the key to unlocking the potential for healing.

OBJECTIVES

  • Explore how trauma hijacks brain development 
  • Identify how trauma memories are encoded & created
  • Recognize the role of the vagus nerve in the trauma response and the healing of childhood trauma
  • Understand the sensitization  of the stress response centre of the brain
  • Explore how trauma has a strong relationship to addiction and the chemical interactions at play
  • Recognize the role of attachment in both the formation and healing of trauma
  • Identify  types of therapies that are appropriate for children & teens impacted by trauma

 

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

  • CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION with 1.5 instructional hours endorsed by the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.
  • RESOURCES: Access to dozens of mental health and parenting resources
  • SUPPORT:  Access to the instructor who teaches the course should any questions arise.
  • SELF-PACED STUDY & LIFE-TIME ACCESS: No timeline for completion of the course.
  • WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR: This presentation is appropriate for parents, educators, child care professionals, caregivers, and mental health professionals.

DISCLAIMER:
All courses offered by ICP are for individual use only. Using them for corporate/group training, or shared purposes are a violation of copyright law. Furthermore, all products/services provided by the Institute of Child Psychology, along with all workshop materials, are strictly for educational purposes only and cannot be categorizes as psychological or mental health services.

UNABLE TO AFFORD REGISTRATION?
We offer subsidized tickets to those who have limited income!
Please contact our administration team for further assistance at info@instituteofchildpsychology.com.

 

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CERTIFICATE – The Impact of Childhood Trauma on the Brain

Time

1.5 Hours

Prerequisites

None

Age Group

0-17 years

Instructor Information

Tammy Schamuhn, R. Psych

Tammy Schamuhn is a Registered Psychologist, Registered Play Therapist Supervisor, best-selling author, and the Co-Founder of the Institute of Child Psychology. She has a Bachelors of Education from the University of Alberta and practiced as an Elementary Teacher in Canada before going on to do her Masters degree in Psychology. She is also the Founder and Executive Director of Family Counselling Centres where she and her team treat children, adolescents, and their families through the use of a variety of types of therapies. Her clinic also utilized animals in their practice, as Tammy has developed a canine-assisted and equine-assisted therapy programs for treating children and teens. Furthermore, she also runs an extensive clinical internship program at her clinic where she trains masters-level interns who are training to become child psychologists, and provides clinical supervision to newly licensed provisional psychologists in the province of Alberta. She approaches her clinical and consultative work with parents and professionals with an attachment and neurobiological lens: all of her work is based on the neurology of the brain and how attachment is integral to adaptive functioning of both children and adults.