Trauma Responsive/Healing Centered Strategies Part 2: Self-Regulation For Children And Adults
Describe the development of children’s regulation systems, including the concept of co-regulation. Explore strategies to support the development of regulation in young children who have experienced trauma. Explain how working with traumatized children and families contributes to compassion fatigue. Plan ways to reduce or address the impact of compassion fatigue. The Content of this self-study was Developed by Ellison Center, St. Cloud, MN: https://www.ellisoncenter.org/
with funds provided by Greater Twin Cities United Way (GTCUW) 80x3 - Resilient from the Start.
- Knowledge and Competency Framework Area(s) -
- II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development (2.00 hr)
- IX: Trauma Informed Care (8.00 hr)
- CDA Content Area(s) -
- Content Area III: Positive ways to support children’ social and emotional development(10.00 hr)
- Level 2 - Implements
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