This training series offers an exploration of historical trauma from a racial equity lens. Participants will learn how these experiences affect children and families today and what providers can do as early childhood educators to help!
Participants are REQUIRED to complete the Bridge Trauma Informed Care (TIC) Core training Series before taking this training. Once complete, participants may enroll by contacting the instructor by email indicating their interest. Upon confirmation, the participant will receive an enrollment key link to enroll in this training.
EMERGENCY CHILD CARE BRIDGE PROGRAM
Early Childhood Education (ECE) competencies covered in this training series include Culture, Diversity & Equity Professionalism Leadership in ECE.
MODULE 1: UNDERSTANDING HISTORICAL TRAUMA
- Define Historical Trauma and understand the connections between Historical Trauma and Trauma Informed Care (TIC).
- View historical trauma from a racial equity lens, including race, ethnicity, culture, racism, systemic racism, and privilege.
MODULE 2: RESURFACING THE PAST – HISTORICAL TRAUMA IN THE U.S.
- Understand the Historical Trauma of genocide.
- Reviewing U.S. history inclduing slavery and the resilience and experience of Native American immigrants.
MODULE 3: HISTORICAL TRAUMA – FROM PAST TO PRESENT
- Racial impact of Historical Trauma on children experiencing hardship in ECE settings, the school to in prison pipeline, and poverty in communities of color.
MODULE 4: HISTORICAL TRAUMA – SUPPORTING CHILDREN AND FAMILIES TODAY
- Strategies for ECE providers to support children and families impacted by Historical Trauma.
- Understand implicit biases and create culturally inclusive child care settings.
SEEDS Trauma Informed Care for Infants & Toddlers (4-part series)
This series explores how to co-regulate with and promote self-regulation in infants and toddlers, including those who have experienced trauma and other early adversities. Participants must complete Bridge TIC Core Curriculum to attend.