Date: 11/3/2015, 9:30 am—12:30 pm
County: Alameda County
Sponsor: A Better Way, Inc.
Tools for regulation and modulation – part I
- Understand the impact of attachment disruption and traumatic stress on children
- Understand the impact of early trauma and traumatic stress on a child’s brain and their capacity to modulate and regulate
- Develop tools for teaching children to track their own modulation
- Develop tools for helping children change their state of modulation
- Build caregiver self monitoring and affect management skills.
- Caregiver development of base of attachment, attunement, positive reinforcement and limit setting.
- Develop caregiver’s capacity to assess and cope with triggers in themselves and in foster children.
- Tool development for supporting foster children’s affect management through modeling, modulation, self regulation, coping strategies, cueing, and building routines and structure.
- Psychoeducation of effect of trauma on foster children’s capacity for affect management
- Developmental considerations in children in development of affect management and modulation.