The Family-Run Executive Director Leadership Association The Importance of Understanding and Recognizing Trauma in Young Children: A Family Perspective Due to an overwhelming response to this webinar in April when many people were unable to join due to limited capacity of the webinar platform, this webinar is being repeated live with the same presenters.
You won’t want to miss it this time! 
Friday, May 22, 2020, 1:00 pm ET – 2:30 pm ET Hosted by the National Early Childhood Family Network and FREDLA Understanding and recognizing trauma in young children is challenging. Signs and symptoms are easily confused or missed due to the complexity of young children’s development. Please join the Early Childhood Learning Community and the Learning Community for Family Leaders for an interactive webinar on the identification of early childhood trauma from a family perspective. We will spend time examining what the signs and symptoms look like; some common ways to support children and families experiencing or recovering from trauma; and have a family member and advocate share her story. We will have lots of time for questions and discussion.


Presenters: Lauren Rabinovitz, MPH, MSW, LCSW-C Senior Policy Associate, Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development, Early Childhood Division Kate Wasserman, MSW, LCSW-C Co-Director, Parent, Infant, Early Childhood (PIEC) Program, University of Maryland School of Social Work Vadonna Williams, National Early Childhood Steering Committee and Family Advocate