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October 2017

Parenting Classes

Saturdays, October 7 – December 16, 2017 (Spanish at 9am and English at 11:30am)

Parenting is one of the most creative and exhausting jobs you’ll ever have. Sometimes you’ll find yourself saying or doing things to your child you swore you would never do.

Our 10-class parenting series draws on the latest scientific research on brain and child development, as well as the effects of childhood toxic stress. Discover how to communicate in ways that deepen your relationship with your child and begin to model the skills that are proven to help your child succeed at school, have more rewarding relationships and enjoy a longer, healthier life.

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Clase de Padres

Los sábados, 7 de octubre al 16 de diciembre del 2017 (español: 9am y inglés: 11:30am)

Criar niños es una de las tareas más difíciles que tendremos como padres. Muchas veces terminamos diciéndoles a nuestros hijos lo que jamás habíamos imaginado decirles.

Nuestra serie de 10 clases está basada en las últimas investigaciones de la ciencia sobre el cerebro, el desarrollo infantil y los efectos del trauma en la niñez. Descubra cómo comunicarse de una manera que agrande su relación con su hijo y empiece a modelar las habilidades que ayudaran a nuestros hijos a tener éxito en la escuela, tener relaciones más gratificantes y disfrutar de una vida más larga y saludable.

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November 2017

Working with Childhood Trauma – Sold Out!

Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 9am to 4pm

Echo brings you a one-day training on childhood trauma for those professionals working with children and families who want a solid grounding in this cutting-edge subject.

Did you know that your grandparents’ experiences can affect the way you respond to trauma today? That toxic stress makes us more sensitive to things like sound? Or that it affects learning and memory? Register to attend this fascinating review of all that current science is telling us about the number one health issue of our time.

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January 2018

Clase de Padres

Los sábados, 13 de enero al 17 de marzo del 2018 (español: 9am y inglés: 11:30am)

Criar niños es una de las tareas más difíciles que tendremos como padres. Muchas veces terminamos diciéndoles a nuestros hijos lo que jamás habíamos imaginado decirles.

Nuestra serie de 10 clases está basada en las últimas investigaciones de la ciencia sobre el cerebro, el desarrollo infantil y los efectos del trauma en la niñez. Descubra cómo comunicarse de una manera que agrande su relación con su hijo y empiece a modelar las habilidades que ayudaran a nuestros hijos a tener éxito en la escuela, tener relaciones más gratificantes y disfrutar de una vida más larga y saludable.

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Parenting Classes

Saturdays, January 13 – March 17, 2018 (Spanish at 9am and English at 11:30am)

Parenting is one of the most creative and exhausting jobs you’ll ever have. Sometimes you’ll find yourself saying or doing things to your child you swore you would never do.

Our 10-class parenting series draws on the latest scientific research on brain and child development, as well as the effects of childhood toxic stress. Discover how to communicate in ways that deepen your relationship with your child and begin to model the skills that are proven to help your child succeed at school, have more rewarding relationships and enjoy a longer, healthier life.

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Yoga for Trauma Recovery

Thursday, January 25, 2018 - 9:00am to 4:00 pm

This training couples a somatic (body-based) with a cognitive approach to recovery and provides a foundation for a resilient, embodied response to toxic stress and vicarious trauma. You will gain a greater understanding of toxic stress/trauma and how it impacts the mind and body. We will provide tools from the growing research into trauma, yoga, and mindfulness to manage and even resolve symptoms of trauma, such as anxiety, depression, behavioral issues, relationship stress, and health issues. You do not need…

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February 2018

Working with Childhood Trauma

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 - 9am to 4pm

Echo brings you a one-day training on childhood trauma for those professionals working with children and families who want a solid grounding in this cutting-edge subject.

Did you know that your grandparents’ experiences can affect the way you respond to trauma today? That toxic stress makes us more sensitive to things like sound? Or that it affects learning and memory? Register to attend this fascinating review of all that current science is telling us about the number one health issue of our time.

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Trauma-Informed Early Childhood Education

February 13, 2018 - 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Two days of practical support for K-12 teachers with information about the brain, trauma and social emotional learning. Are you overwhelmed with the demands of meeting academic standards? We now know that social emotional skills are as important as academic achievement and yet maybe you have a hard time just getting students to sit and listen! Young people learn when they feel safe and cared for, but perhaps the kind of supportive relationships you dreamed of when you entered the profession, inspired by the idea of shaping and molding young lives, seems a far-off reality given the degree of trauma – childhood, intergenerational and community – that your students bring to the classroom.

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Seeking Safety Training

Thursday, February 22, 2018 - 9am to 4:30pm

Join us for a 1-day training on Seeking Safety hosted by Echo Parenting & Education and Treatment Innovations. This training is designed for anyone; no license, degree, or prior training is required.

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April 2018

Working with Childhood Trauma II

Thursday, April 26, 2018 - 9am to 4pm

Echo brings you a one-day training on childhood trauma for those professionals working with children and families who want a solid grounding in this cutting-edge subject.

Did you know that your grandparents’ experiences can affect the way you respond to trauma today? That toxic stress makes us more sensitive to things like sound? Or that it affects learning and memory? Register to attend this fascinating review of all that current science is telling us about the number one health issue of our time.

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