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Trauma-Informed Training & Coaching E-Newsletter August 2018

 

Contents

  • Conferences & Trainings
    • Trauma-Informed Care Two-Day Training, 8/28-29
    • Communities of Practice
    • Early Childhood Mental Health Conference, 9/13-15
  • Webinars & Calls
    • CDSS Bridge Program TA Call, 8/28
    • TIC Training & Coaching Learning Community Call, 9/11
    • How Boosting Emotional Intelligence Improves Your Ability to Effectively Lead Your ECE Program, 10/3
  • Resources
    • ACEsConnection Monthly Highlights
    • Staff Recruitment Resources
    • Technical Assistance Contact Information

Conferences & Trainings

Trauma-Informed Care Two-Day Training


August 28 and August 29, 2018
DoubleTree Hotel - Sacramento

Who Should Attend?

Trainers & Coaches seeking certification in FY 2018-19 must attend this training & opt in to the TIC Training Certification Cohort after participating in this event.

Due to limited space and to ensure a quality learning experience, please prioritize attendance at this training to the TIC Trainer at your respective agencies; there is a two-person limit from each participating agency, and registration is first come, first served.


 

Communities of Practice

 

This is a chance for you to share your knowledge about what works, talk about challenges and solutions, and for the Network Provider Services Team to share program updates and learn how we can best support you!

  • Share your knowledge, skills and expertise
  • Learn from other community-based staff and get valuable ideas 
  • Connect with colleagues at other R&Rs and explore collaboration
Please note: These communities of practice are intended for CCIP staff and Trauma-Informed Care trainers & coaches.
 

Central Valley

Thursday, September 27
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Visalia
 

Bay Area

Tuesday, September 18
9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Oakland
 

North

Wednesday, October 3
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Orland
 

South

Monday, September 24
9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Los Angeles




Early Childhood Mental Health Conference – We Can’t Wait

Embracing Our Diversity: Intervening Early in Every Community

September 13-15, 2018

San Diego

 

This 9th Annual Early Childhood Mental Health Conference (ECMH) will address the issues involved with serving children and families not typically well served by our systems, specifically immigrant and refugee families, Native American Families, African American families, military families, families led by grandparents, and families with LGBTQI+ members.  There is a growing awareness of the unique needs of these children and families.  This Conference will bring these people and their perspectives together to improve understanding, knowledge and expertise, and add to the growing ECMH community



Webinars & Calls

Bridge Program TA Call

Tuesday, August 28
1:00 - 2:00 pm

The Child Care Programs Bureau (CCPB) hosts an Emergency Child Care Bridge Program for Foster Children (Bridge Program) technical assistance call on the last Tuesday of each month from 1-2 pm to provide an opportunity to share best practices and challenges in implementing the Bridge Program. The CDSS staff will be available to answer questions and address concerns. To join the call or suggest discussion topics, please email childcarebridge@dss.ca.gov.

 

TIC Training & Coaching
Learning Community Call

Tuesday, September 11
1:00 - 2:00 pm

The TIC Training & Coaching Learning Community Call is a space for R&Rs and the Network to share updates, trends, and highlight local successes. Together, we hope to build peer support among trainers and coaches with the most current information on best practices.

You can view recordings of previous TIC Training & Coaching Learning Community Calls on our website.

How Boosting Emotional Intelligence Improves Your Ability to Effectively Lead Your ECE Program

Wednesday, October 3
11 AM PST


Join social-emotional learning expert, Barbara Kaiser, for this powerful webinar to develop insight about how you can bolster your EQ and enhance your leadership abilities. You will learn to:

  • define Emotional Intelligence
  • explain why Emotional Intelligence is a key factor in effective leadership
  • develop your Emotional Intelligence
  • enhance your leadership skills by improving your Emotional Intelligence

Resources

ACEsConnection Monthly Highlights

 

California Data Dashboard: Child Adversity and Well-Being
A new widget has been added to the ACEs Connection Bridge Community homepage. This is an interactive data tool that allows you to see the most common adverse childhood experiences and resilience factors statewide and in your county.

"When We Are Scared...", a free webinar from Chandra Ghosh Ippen
Dr. Chandra Ghosh Ippen uses her children's book "Once I Was Very Very Scared" to teach about common reactions to stress, and how we can support healing and recovery.

Make sure to log in to the ACEs Connection Bridge Community to see new resources and content that has been posted!


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