Trainer: Jane Clarke, Ph.D.
3 Social Work CEUs (Also Accepted by NM Counseling Board)
This 3-hour 15-minute seminar will explore how the development of social-emotional skills first begins with the fundamental understanding that children need supportive relationships to develop the capacity for self-regulation. Diverse cultures impart to children how to manage and regulate emotions, socialize, and engage with others, but the effects of trauma and adversity can derail that transmission.
This training is for community behavioral health providers, CYFD staff, and other stakeholders who work with children, youth and families
This training is closed