Regulation Techniques for Strengthening Attachment with Hurt & Traumatized Children

Foster & Kinship Care Education Program

Guests & Friends are Welcome – No Fees to Attend

 

Regulation Techniques for Strengthening Attachment with Hurt & Traumatized Children

Presented by Ce Eshelman, LMFT of  “The Attach Place”, Sacramento, CA

Saturday, April 22, 201710:00 am to 1:00 & 1 to 4:00 pm

TRAINING LOCATION: Woodland Community College – Building 100 – Room 101

Parking Permits are Not required in STUDENT DESIGNATED AREAS.

 Part 1:  Trauma’s Impact on Attachment (10:00 am to 1:00 pm)

A parent’s attachment style and regulation have a significant influence in helping a child regulate and establish a rhythm within the family.  Learn about your personal attachment style, the value of a personal narrative and the impact of early trauma has on the parent child relationship.  Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACE’s will be discussed and the imperative need to build a child’s resilience. You will take away skills to help create the groundwork for a peaceful, healing family life worth living with children from difficult beginnings.

A light lunch will be provided.

Part 2: Therapeutic Parenting Strategies for Emotional Regulation (1:00 pm to 4:00 pm)

Learn the basics of Trust-based Therapeutic Parenting Intervention that will make living with children from difficult beginnings less stressful and more manageable.  Karyn Purvis and David Cross are originally responsible for bringing this attachment and trauma research together into a cohesive model–TBRI.  I add some of my experience to that material and it becomes relevant–relevant to the lives of people who are raising children from difficult beginnings.

Ce Eshelman, LMFT, Attachment Specialist and Founder of The Attach Place Center for Strengthening Relationships. Our Mission is to provide competent, attachment-based help to those who seek stronger connections, emotional healing and wellness, lasting relationships and loving family lives.  We believe that Love Matters in every relationship. We practice therapy that way, too.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Cherie Schroeder

Instructional Specialist/Program Director

Foster & Kinship Care Education

Woodland Community College

2300 East Gibson Road

Woodland, CA  95776

www.yolofostercare.com

(530) 574-1964 Cell