Webinar: Self-Care for Professionals Who Care for Children Impacted by ACEs
Caring for children who have experienced adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can be an intense and exhausting experience for ECE professionals. Whether you may be working to resolve your own childhood trauma or may be experiencing secondary trauma as a result of the demands of care for children who are impacted by ACEs, it is essential to develop a self-care toolkit to support your own wellbeing and to provide the best care possible. This module focuses on practical strategies for self-care to prevent compassion fatigue and reduce stress levels associated with caring for children with ACEs. Presented by University of Illinois Extension. Content provided by Better Kid Care, Penn State Extension.
Audience: All Providers
2 Training Hours; Level of Learning: Introductory
Presenter(s): Karla Belzer, Family Life Educator, University of Illinois Extension Office
Fee: Non 4-C Members: $10; 4-C Members: Free