Workshop – “10 Ways to Use a Hammer” Learn practical trauma-informed tools to use in your classroom!

March and April Workshops for Early Care and Education Providers and Family-Serving Organizations

Extension Racine County will be hosting the workshop “10 Ways to Use a Hammer” Learn practical trauma-informed tools to use in your classroom! The workshop will take place on two Wednesdays, March 24 and April 14 from 6:30-8:30 PM. Participants must attend both sessions to receive 4.0 Registry Credits. The workshop will be facilitated by Tim Grove of SaintA’s in Milwaukee.

Workshop Description – Early care providers and teachers play an important role in fostering resilience in children. For children experiencing trauma and adversity, the use of trauma-informed strategies can be helpful in understanding the meaning of a child’s behavior as well as in finding ways to better meet the needs of the child. In this 2-part workshop series, participants will add new tools to their tool belt by looking closely at two trauma-informed strategies—regulation and perspective shift. Workshops will include a detailed overview of each strategy and use real life scenarios to generate 10 different ways regulation and perspective shift can be used towards a positive outcome. The workshop will be facilitated by experts from SaintA in Milwaukee.

The cost of the workshop is $25 for 4 Registry Credits or anyone requiring proof of attendance. The deadline to register is March 17. Participants can register at: 

Flyer – SaintA March-April 2021 flyer


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