It Stops with Me: Interrupting Intergenerational Trauma
Event Date: 05/12/2022
Event Time: 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM
Event Type: Live Virtual
Total CE Credits: 1.5
Clinical Hours: 1.5
General Admission: $0 CE Cost: $10
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Childhood adversity and trauma can often be traced through the generations of a family. How do these things affect the developing child? How do they get passed from one generation to the next? And most importantly, what can we do to prevent this from continuing on in future generations? In this workshop, we will explore how our own experiences shape the way we raise our children and how we interact with others. Learn specific interventions for use in the home, classroom, or therapy room as we discuss what can be done to build and support resilience.
Identify adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the impact they have on brain development.
Speaker & Bio
Victoria LeBlanc, MS, LCPC, CAHPE has been working with children and families for over a decade. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor specializing in attachment, trauma, at-risk youth, and family therapy. Through her business, Attached Parenting, she offers parenting classes, parent coaching, webinars, and babywearing consultations. She is a Certified Attached at the Heart Parenting Educator and is the Parenting Educator Support Coordinator for Attachment Parenting International. Victoria speaks at conferences and other events on a variety of topics related to trauma, adversity, resilience, child development, and parenting. As a wife and mother, Victoria is not only an advocate for attachment parenting practices, which focus on empathetic, nurturing, and responsive care, she practices it within her own family as well. www.attachedparenting.com