The Making Sense of Trauma webinar will help you learn how to use a trauma-informed perspective to better understand the relational, neurobiological and developmental impact of trauma on children and youth.
(French closed captioning and ASL translation available)

Big Feelings Come and Go Books  (English & French) can be purchased for $9.95 plus tax (includes shipping). Books can be ordered through the Canadian Centre for Child Protection .

Free PDF  versions of the book  are available to download in English, French, Ojibwe, Cree, Arabic, Swahili, Finnish, Swedish and Tigrinya. Download Big Feelings for Free .

Big Feelings Come and Go is now available as a FREE Video Read Aloud book in French and English www.protectchildren.ca/en/big-feelings-come-and-go.

 


Big Feelings Come and Go is a storybook we hope will be a resource to help families and caregivers have conversations with kids about freeze, flight, and fight and learn some basic self-regulation skills.  We have learned that when kids and adults have the words to name how they are feeling this helps in their healing process.

This storybook was created in collaboration with the Canadian Centre for Child Protection. It is another tool to help us become more trauma-informed in our relationships.

Upcoming Full Day Workshops 2022

Friday March 4th, 2022

Friday May 6th, 2022

Best Western Plus Hotel, 1715 Wellington Ave, Winnipeg, MB

9:15 am – 3:30 pm

Registration information will be posted in early 2022.

For more information please call 204-786-7051 ext 2560 or email MSOT@newdirections.mb.ca

This webinar succeeds in providing a clear and helpful understanding of trauma and its effects. It provides the caregiver with practical skills and ways to conceptualize trauma that will be immediately effective. This trauma training webinar is accessible for all; caregivers, front line workers, and therapists.

Dr. Jennifer Frain, C.Psych.
Chief Executive Officer
New Directions for Children, Youth, Adults and Families

Register for the Making Sense of Trauma webinar