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CANCELLED: Recognizing the Impact of Trauma Across a Diverse Age Span

"Recognizing the Impact of Trauma Across a Diverse Age Span" (3 CEUs Cultural Competency) presented by Jill Stamm, Ph.D., Prevention and Brain Science Training Specialist for Arizona’s Children Association.

5/18/2018
When: 05/18/2018
1:00 PM
Where: Rio Salado College
2323 W 14th St
Conference Center, 2nd floor North room
Tempe 85281
United States
Presenter: Jill Stamm, Ph.D.
Contact: Chapter Office
480-968-4595


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"Recognizing the Impact of Trauma Across a Diverse Age Span" (3 CEUs Cultural Competency) presented by Jill Stamm, Ph.D., Prevention and Brain Science Training Specialist for Arizona’s Children Association

Date: 05/182018

Time: 1:00 PM-4:00 PM

Beginning with a brief review of brain development in young children, we will examine the impact of trauma in the early years and how changes in neurocircuitry is impacted at various ages by exposure to trauma.

Topics to be covered: 

1.) Brain Basics – a review of aspects of the sequence of how a young brain actually develops and a discussion of the vulnerability of fragile circuitry as structures are developing

2.) Areas of research that are “hot topics” nationally

3.) The Teen Brain: Various structures that are still under construction during adolescence

4.) The Aging Brain: Trauma and Later Health Outcomes

Dr. Jill Stamm works with Arizona’s Children Association to share neuroscience information widely about how the brain develops and factors that help maintain good health throughout the life span.  Jill is a retired faculty member in Psychology in Education at Arizona State University.  She is the author of a new book, Boosting Brain Power: 52 Ways to Use What Science Tells Us and the author of Bright from the Start, a book that describes the neuroscience principles behind best practices for working with children birth to three years old.  She sees her role as that of a 'translator', sharing complex science findings in ways that are easy-to-understand and that parents and caregivers can use to guide their adult-child interactions.

Workshop pricing

Member (signed in): $60

Non-member: $80

Student/Retired Member: $50

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