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Breaking Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma
October 23 @ 1:00 pm – October 24 @ 4:00 pm
In this training, participants will engage in a conversation about race-based historical trauma of Black & Indigenous communities, as well as the trauma responses and characteristics present among caregivers. We will also learn about the 3 processes in which ITT is transmitted to the next generation, educate ourselves on a few longitudinal studies that helped shaped the research results. The training will explore the strong connection between ITT & attachment as well as the relationship between the nature of traumas and parenting outcomes. Evidence-based intervention models will be presented, such as the Perinatal Interactional Model of approaching ITT within familial structures followed by some real-life case studies to apply the new learned skills.
- Develop a deeper understanding of intergenerational trauma, with a focus on Black & Indigenous race-based historical trauma.
- Understand ITT from a neuroscience-based approach to trauma, the processes of transmission and parenting outcomes.
- Analyse key component of ITT & attachment theory and the importance of the parent-child connection to heal trauma.
- Apply evidence-based strategies, clinical interventions for breaking ITT through caregiving, with expecting mothers and families with children.
$150 – $185