UNDERSTANDING YOUR CHILD’S TRAUMA. SUPPORT YOUR CHILD’S HEALING, YOUR RELATIONSHIOPS WITH THEM AND YOUR FAMILY
Children who have experienced traumatic events need to feel safe and loved. All parents/caregivers want to provide this kind of secure environment for their children. However, when parents do not understand the impacts of trauma, they may misinterpret their child’ s behaviour and end up feeling frustrated or resentful.
This workshop will address the nature of trauma, its impact on children and their development, and ways you can help your child. By increasing your understanding of trauma and its impact on early brain development, you can help support your child’ s healing, and your relationships with them and your family.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR ATTENDEES
ABOUT YOUR FACILITATOR – EVYN
Evyn has a long history working in medical, defence, education, child development and family settings and for the past twenty years focussed extensively on parenting and fatherhood. During his eight years with WHWS he has co-facilitated Perinatal Anxiety and Depression workshops, offered Couple counselling and worked as a Circle of Security – Group Facilitator.
Evyn’s personal mantra is ’To create safe, caring, respectful places for children to grow’.
WHEN: Tuesday, June 13 @ 6.00pm – 8.00pm
VENUE: Women’s Health & Wellbeing Services Group Room (Suite 7, Level 1 2232c Albany Hwy GOSNELLS WA)
COST: $35 Conc/$55 General