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June 2022

Understanding the Impacts of Trauma Part 1

June 8 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

This is a core training for CCC partners held in 2 Zoom sessions from 9 am to 11 am on Wednesday, June 8th and Friday, June 10th.  Presented by Julie Redding, LCPC, this training covers the definition of trauma; differentiating between toxic stress, trauma and ACEs; exploring personal beliefs about trauma and mental health; understanding how trauma and stress affect the body and brain; and understanding factors that mitigate effects of trauma. Participants who attend both sessions are eligible for…

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Understanding the Impacts of Trauma, Part 2

June 10 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

This is a core training for CCC partners held in 2 Zoom sessions from 9 am to 11 am on Wednesday, June 8th and Friday, June 10th.  Presented by Julie Redding, LCPC, this training covers the definition of trauma; differentiating between toxic stress, trauma and ACEs; exploring personal beliefs about trauma and mental health; understanding how trauma and stress affect the body and brain; and understanding factors that mitigate effects of trauma. Participants who attend both sessions are eligible for…

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July 2022

Rescheduled Poverty and it’s Impacts Part 1

July 20 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

This is rescheduled Impacts of Poverty on Students & Families training: July 20th & 22nd, 9 -- 11 am.  Julie Redding, CCC's clinical director, and Charley Martin-Berry, CCC's director, will present an overview, including the effects of cortisol and toxic stress on brain development; explore concepts of bias, scarcity and bandwidth; look at current poverty data; and discuss strategies that work, such as building executive function.  Here is the link to register.  Participants only need to register for session 1.  The Zoom link to join session…

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Rescheduled Poverty and its Impacts Part 2

July 22 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

This is the rescheduled Impacts of Poverty on Students & Families training: July 20th & 22nd, 9 -- 11 am.  Julie Redding, CCC's clinical director, and Charley Martin-Berry, CCC's director, will present an overview, including the effects of cortisol and toxic stress on brain development; explore concepts of bias, scarcity and bandwidth; look at current poverty data; and discuss strategies that work, such as building executive function.  Here's the link to join Part 2 (Meeting ID: 872 7964 7022, Passcode:…

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