Save the Date: Parent Ed/Family Enrichment Night

JOIN US: Thursday, May 16 at 6:30PM Parent Ed Night with Trainer and Author, Julie Kurtz FREE EVENT includes dinner, childcare & parking

Training Topic

Child Behavior through the Lens of the Brain; The Top 5 Strategies to Support Children’s Social and Emotional Well Being and Resilience

This training will help parents and caregivers recognize key strategies that support all children and interpret the meaning behind the behavior whether the child has a disability, special needs, a trauma history or typical behavior that can be challenging.

Speaker

Julie Kurtz is currently the Co-Director, Trauma Informed Practices for Early Childhood Education at the Center for Family & Child Studies at WestEd. In their TIP-ECE program, they have created 20 early childhood trauma training modules, provide coaching and training of trainers for authorization. She continues to work with CA-CSEFEL/Teaching Pyramid as a support to the reauthorization process. She is a co-author of Trauma-Informed Practices for Early Childhood Educators: Relationship-Based Approaches that Support Healing and Build Resilience in Young Children.

Julie is the creator of the app for children 3-8 years old to promote sensory and emotional literacy and to support self-regulation called Trigger Stop: Sensory and Emotional Check-in designed specifically for android tablets.

Join us in the library for dinner and event. Parking is available on the school yard and YMCA will have activity for the children.

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