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|January 22, 2018
161 South Beech Street, Manchester, NH 03103
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2nd Date: Support Young Traumatized Children & their Caregivers: What Every Child/Family-Serving Professional Should Know
Please Note: Registration for this session is now closed.
On Thursday, January 22, 2018, there will be a one-day, free informational session on Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) entitled “Support Young Traumatized Children & their Caregivers: What Every Child/Family-Serving Professional Should Know” presented by Dr. Cassie Yackley.
Do you know young children & families that have experienced traumatizing events?
Can you recognize the signs of traumatic exposure in young children?
Are you able to point caregivers of young children to effective, evidence-based intervention to address traumatic exposure and to stop the cycle of family violence?
There is HOPE!
Attend this presentation in trauma-informed early childhood services by Dr. Cassie Yackley, Project Director for the Connecting Young Children and their Caregivers to Care Project. Dr. Yackley will prepare attendees to understand the prevalence of traumatic exposure and to recognize the unique signs of trauma in children zero to six years of age. NH has developed mental health capacity for the delivery of Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), and evidence-based intervention for young children and their caregivers. Learn how to make referrals to clinicians trained in CPP in Manchester.
Due to the financial support of the NH HNH Foundation, this informational session opportunity is provided free of charge.
For more information & to Participate in Training & Consultation through the Project Contact: Cassie Yackley, Psy.D., PLLC- Project Director (Center for Behavioral Health Innovation at AUNE): [email protected] www.cassieyackleypsyd.com