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Trauma-Informed and Sensitive Practices

Children who have experienced trauma in their young lives have a variety of reactions, which can impact social, emotional, physical, or language development. This training examines trauma induced reactions and behavior in the classroom. The training offers strategies for early childhood educators to support trauma survivors at risk of being overwhelmed by feelings of distress and unable to regulate their internal emotional and physical states. This training also reminds ECE providers of the importance of self-care and creating a safe place in which to ground themselves as they support children in their classroom.

Resources and References

Inclusive ECE Trauma Informed Practice Cover SlideClick above for training slides

 

Alignment with CA
ECE Competencies

Head Start Performance Standards

• Child Development and Learning
• Relationships, Interactions, and Guidance
• Family and Community Engagement
• Health, Safety, and Nutrition
• Professionalism

Part §1302 – Program Operations
Subpart A- Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance

§1302.17 Suspension and expulsion
Subpart C- Education and Child Development Program Services
§1302.30 Purpose
§1302.33 Child screening and assessment
Subpart D- Health Program Services
§1302.45 Child mental health and social and emotional well-being
§1302.46 Family support services for health, nutrition, and mental health

Trauma-Informed and Sensitive Practices Factsheet

InclusiveECE Trauma Informed and Sensitive Practices Factsheet