On-demand Webinar: Resilience in Children – Understanding Attachment
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Tricia Klassen, MSW, RSW
Tricia is a Registered Social Worker and holds a Master of Social Work and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Developmental Studies. In addition to training with CTRI, she is a compassionate therapist who specializes in suicide intervention, self-injury, anxiety and depression and neurodevelopmental issues. Highlights of Tricia’s career include her role in family-centred research and training with Manitoba Family Services, several years as a social worker and therapist for St. Amant Centre, and supporting youth and families in crisis as both therapist and clinical supervisor of the Youth Crisis Stabilization System through MYS. Her therapeutic approach is client-centred and trauma informed, drawing upon individual strength and resiliency. She has a profound belief in the resiliency of the human spirit, particularly in conditions of relational attunement, connection and support. Tricia is skilled in finding a balance between being informative and building connections with her participants while delivering workshops.
Children sometimes struggle with issues of loss, unpredictability, crises, or transitions. As helpers, we need to find ways to engage and support them and their natural support systems beyond simply talking. This webinar explores the importance of promoting secure attachment relationships, understanding emotional and cognitive development, and helping grow healthy brains for children.
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Learning ObjectivesUpon completion of this webinar participants should be able to:
- Describe the importance of attachment relationships to strengthen resilience in children
- Summarize stages of cognitive and emotional growth for children Identify aspects of early brain development relevant for optimal growth and learning
- Explain the importance of play and imagination in the helping process