FREE Trauma Care Training

Haven of Hope International
Presents a FREE Introduction to Trauma Care Training
Join us Monday, November 18th!
Haven of Hope International will be hosting a FREE Introduction to Trauma Care & Trust Based Relational Intervention, TBRI on November 18, 2019 from 6:30 – 9:30.
TBRI offers guidance and hope to parents and caretakers of children who have been adopted, are in foster care or orphanages. These children have suffered loss of relationship, neglect, abuse, abandonment and other forms of severe trauma. These traumas affect the child’s brain development and put them at risk for emotional, social, and intellectual challenges.
This training is idea for parents, caretakers, or anyone working with a child or teen who is struggling, who has been adopted, is in foster care, or comes from a hard place.
What you will learn:
• Insights into latest findings in neuroscience concerning trauma
• How does trauma affect brain development and therefore behavior, academic performance, and the ability to form healthy relationships?
• What to do about the behaviors and challenges: A few first practical strategies and proactive tools for you to help your child on the healing journey.
About Trauma Informed Care Educator Angela Bryan
Angela Bryan has worked as a counselor and interventionist for over 25 years. She has served migrant families, girls escaping sex trafficking, at-risk children and youth in low income neighborhoods, orphanages, group homes and schools. She has a degree in multicultural education with a specialization in family counseling and is an authorized TBRI and trauma informed care educator through the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development, TCU.

WHEN: Monday, November 18
6:00 PM
WHERE: 6300 Techster Blvd, unit 2
Fort Myers, FL 33966
WHY: The mission of Haven of Hope International is to rescue, love, restore, and equip orphans around the world by setting a new standard in orphan care. Our goal is to equip people with the knowledge and skills in trauma care to help children and teens.

• Stephanie Smith, 954-552-5175

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