FREE Virtual Training Videos
and Materials

 

FREE Virtual Training Videos and supporting materials are made available for your use. We hope you find some value in the training and materials for the work you do to serve and support children and families.

 

Indigenous Caregiving in the

Midst of Violent Colonization

 
 

Trauma accumulates across generations. In one study in Canada, they found that having one generation of family that attended residential school increased the lifetime risk for suicide ideation compared to those who didn't have family attend, and having two generations increased that risk even more. Colonial trauma still persists and could continue to accumulate resulting in children experiencing more and more mental and physical health issues. The number one resilience factor for any child is having positive supportive relationships with adults. In addition to 3 other primary factors; including culture. This training reviews epigenetic and psychological inheritance of trauma and goes over concrete action steps to build resilience in children as a parent, grandparent, aunt/ uncle, and community.

VIDEO:

 GMT20220225-200156_Recording_1372x760.mp4

POWER POINT SLIDES:

 Indigenous Caregiving PPT.pdf

CENTER ON THE DEVELOPING CHIILD - HARVARD UNIVERSITY:

Enhancing and Practicing Executive Function Skills with Children from Infancy to Adolescence

https://children.wi.gov/Documents/Harvard%20Parenting%20Resource.pd

 
 
 
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