Developmental ages and stages impact what is reasonably obtainable for a child intellectually, socially, emotionally, and biologically. Understanding child development encourages us to interact in understanding, respectful, and positive ways with children. In order to better understand what is reasonably obtainable for children who have experienced trauma, we must understand the impacts of trauma on childhood development.

This course will explore potential effects of childhood trauma on development. This course will review basic neurodevelopment, childhood development theories, and trauma theory. We will also discuss how to promote resiliency, growth and change in children who have experienced trauma.

  • Facilitated by Shelby Clark, LCSW, LSCSW, RYT-200
  • CEUs — 2
  • Cost — $20

Training Date

Registration Information

If you would like to register multiple attendees, please contact Shelby Clark at (913) 832-4342.