Aurora now offers a three module training series on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). The sessions will be broken down into the following topics:
Session 1: “Understanding Aces” covers the ACEs study, the categories of ACEs, the short- and longer-term impact of ACEs and local/national data.
Session 2: “Toxic Stress and Trauma Informed Care” covers the types of toxic stress and their impact on development and behavior; trauma and its connection to behaviors, coping mechanisms and unresolved trauma; the trauma-informed approach; vicarious trauma and practical strategies for support.
Session 3: “Building Resilience” covers the strengths-based perspective; resilience; the Strengthening Families™ Protective Factor Framework; principles of trauma-informed care; and supporting post-traumatic growth.
An overview of ACEs, trauma and toxic stress, and resilience. This training is designed for providers, educators, and caregivers ages 18+.
Interested in hosting this training for your group or organization? Here is what you need to know:
- The Training takes place over three weeks in 2.5 hour increments (this includes time for breaks, and Q &A).
- A certificate will be provided after completion of the training. All three sessions need to be attended in order to receive your certificate.
- This training is provided free of charge.
- This training is provided virtually using the online Zoom platform.
- The minimum recommended age range to participate is 18 years or older.
To schedule a training, send us an email at email@example.com
Aurora hosts monthly community trainings open to the public. Check back soon for future training dates!