• Virtual Event
    December 8, 2021
    11:00 am - 1:00 pm

This session explores the impact of trauma and toxic stress on the developing brain architecture, symptoms of dysregulation from each of the four main parts of the brain, and strategies to address dysregulation in order to promote healthy brain development and build resilience. Participants will be able to:

  • Describe the correlation between trauma impacts and dysregulation.
  • Explore the four main parts of the brain and the “symptoms” of dysregulation that occur from each of these parts.
  • Learn and implement strategies to address dysregulation in each part of the brain in order to build resilience

Presenter: Jeniffer Potter, Coordinator of Wellness and Disabilities Support, Thrive to Five Program, Community Action Partnership of Lancaster, serves as a Pennsylvania Positive Behavior Support (PAPBS) facilitator. In 2020, she completed her Masters degree in curriculum and instruction, with a concentration in trauma and tesilience. Jeniffer has been active in presenting to groups about the importance of social and emotional development, as well as the impact of trauma and toxic stress on the brain development of children. She has presented to groups locally, at state level conferences, and had the honor of presenting about regulation and resilience at the Division of Early Childhood (DEC) conference in Dallas, Texas in 2019.

FREE event through Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health and Let’s Talk Lancaster- Register here!

Bring your lunch, pull up a chair, and we’ll see you there.
This event is part of Let’s Talk, Lancaster’s Trauma Informed Lancaster County Initiative

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