Becoming a More Resilient Parent
Resilience is often thought of as the ability to bounce back from a tough time. In this training we’re going to look at resilience as bouncing forward. Parents frequently model resilience for their children. Our actions – no matter how small – can have a big impact on our children and ultimately, on our communities. This training will discuss our responses to stress, the impacts stress can have, and ways we can promote positive childhood experiences and create resilience through connection.
When: Thursday, April 20, 2023 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.
Target Audience: Parents and Caregivers
Topics covered include:
- Concrete knowledge about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) using Georgia data
- Reactions to stress and techniques for dealing with stress
- Tools for strengthening the resilience of parents and children through relationships
During April in honor of Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Month...training is FREE!
Registration is required. To register, please click "register now" at the top of the page. Once you have signed up, additional video conference instructions will be emailed to you. A follow-up survey will be sent via email immediately following the training. In order to receive a certificate of completion, participants must complete the initial follow-up survey. There is a minimum of people needed to conduct a training, so please be aware that if there is low registration, this training may be canceled.