MANCHESTER – Hope and relationship-focused practices are critical components of resilience and recovery in response to childhood trauma. To inform educators about the current science of hope, University of New Hampshire Professional Development and Training will host Adversity and Resilience - Trauma Sensitive Schools on Wed., May 16 from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester. The conference is cosponsored by the NH Department of Education Office of Student Wellness.
“During the last few decades, there has been a flurry of research on the role of hope in recovery from medical and psychological adversity, including traumatic exposure. It is becoming clear that the hope and relationship-focused practices are critical components of resilience and recovery. This keynote presentation will inform participants about the current science of hope as it relates to the use of relationships to build resiliency in the face of adverse experiences,” said conference speaker Cassie Yackley, Psy.D.
Registration is $220 and includes lunch, parking, and conference materials. For more information and to register, visit https://training.unh.edu/adversity or call (603) 862-7380.
UNH Professional Development & Training (PD&T) is dedicated to enhancing the professional knowledge and skills of individuals and organizations in New Hampshire and surrounding communities. PD&T offers a variety of learning experiences, including over 250 noncredit one-day workshops, special conferences and boot camps, certificate programs, and on-site customized corporate training. For information about all current offerings, visit: http://training.unh.edu.
Jennifer Baker, Professional Development & Training
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