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Attachment Trauma and Neural-Development: Supporting and Healing Primary Relationships with Jennifer Silverstein, LCSW, IFMHS

  • 09/02/2016
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Odd Fellows Hall, 545 Pacific Ave., Santa Rosa

Presented by Jennifer Silverstein, LCSW, IFMHS 

Toxic stress in early childhood can occur across all segments of society, and the language used in this presentation is inclusive of all family types and structures. However, lower income families and families of minority backgrounds are at greater risk for toxic stress due to the range of stressors engendered by poverty, racism and other systemic barriers. On the other hand, families from certain minority cultures are frequently bolstered by the resilience inherent in large extended family structures. This presentation strives to encourage providers to meet each family where they are at, considering the unique blend of protective and risk factors influencing their outcome.

10:30 - 11:00 Social networking and registration

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