Meeting People Where They Are At

Peaceful Households provides online and on-site education and training in 
Childhood Trauma and Adversity to meet a wide range of audiences nationwide and across borders.

 
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Introduction To Childhood Trauma and Adversity

Ideal for onboarding staff, volunteers, and newcomers to Childhood Trauma and Adversity

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Kathy Orr, Executive Director

Peaceful Households

Date & Time:

September 6, 2022, 12 PM - 1:30 ET (US)

Type:

Live On-Line Training

Duration:

90 Minutes

Certificate of Attendance:

Yes

Learn about the brain science and outcomes of adverse childhood experiences and how it affects an individual’s physical, mental, and social well-being. Discover how it impacts academic achievement, homelessness, poverty, incarceration, chronic disease, substance abuse, the ability to maintain a job, and more. Most importantly, learn from this class the importance of identifying core issues early so you can prescribe better solutions for our youth.

Price:

No Charge

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Childhood Trauma and Adversity Trainer Program

For those who desire to become a trainer or simply advance their knowledge

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Trainer:

Kathy Orr, Executive Director Peaceful Households

Date & Time:

September. 13, 14,15, 2022, 12 PM-3 PM ET (US)

Type:

Live On-Line Training

Duration:

9 Hours (3 days of 3 hours each)

Certificate of Attendance:

Yes

 

This course from Peaceful Households prepares individuals to educate others on childhood trauma and adversity. It incorporates the science, research, resources, and teachings of numerous experts and organizations worldwide. We study and present this information in a way that empowers people to teach others about Childhood Trauma and Adversity.

 

The course is intended to provide attendees with the knowledge and tools to present this information in a manner that is readily understood by the community, business leaders, policymakers, and professionals from all backgrounds.

 

CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

  • Foundational Teachings of Childhood Trauma and Adversity

    • Brain science

    • Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

    • Resilience – why adversity does not have to be a child’s destiny

    • Trauma-informed practices

    • A common language for all teachings

    • Relationship between trauma/ACEs and the long-term impact on social, economic, mental, and physical health

    • Generational effects of trauma

  • Application of Foundational Teachings

    • Recognizing and responding to Childhood Trauma and Adversity in real-world environments (home, work, family & child services, early childhood, child advocacy, education K-12, foster care, juvenile justice, and more)

  • Tools and Methods for Educating Others

    • PowerPoint training presentation review

    • Addressing specific and diverse audiences

DELIVERABLES

  • Advanced instruction and training materials developed by Peaceful Households*

  • PowerPoint training slides - complete with notes - for educating others*

  • Over 75 references from leading experts and institutions assembled by Peaceful Households for trainers to cite as well as research to advance their understanding of the topic.

  • A unique platform to network and learn from a diverse group of professionals from across the nation.

  • Certificate of Training Completion for those that attend all sessions.

How Attendees Rate This Course

Quality of Content

4.9/5

Overall Quality

4.9/5

Recommend to Others

4.9/5

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Price:

$199 per person

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*Training materials provided by Peaceful Households are proprietary to Peaceful Households. Only those individuals that complete this training (authorized user) are approved to use the materials to educate others. Under no circumstances are authorized users allowed to let other individuals or organizations use the copyright materials nor transfer the rights to them. This includes but is not limited to copying, printing, videotaping and duplicating the materials for distribution to non-authorized parties in any way.

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SCREEN TIME OR TRAUMA? WHAT ARE WE SEEING AND IS IT RELATED?

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Kathy Orr: Certified in Tech Addiction & Digital Health in Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults

Date & Time:

October 4, 2022, 12 PM - 1:30 ET (US)

Type:

Live On-Line Training

Duration:

90 Minutes

Certificate of Attendance:

Yes

Growing societal dysfunction among youth is common knowledge among those working with children and families. Suicide, addictive behavior, overdose deaths, depression, violence, eroded learning ability, and anxiety have increased substantially. The Pandemic intensified these issues, but the upward trend was already in motion before COVID19. So what is causing all this and why?

 

There is no single answer, but emerging research suggests that excessive screen time (technology overuse) can have a similar impact on youth as childhood trauma. It can affect the developing brain, disrupt learning, impulse control, and more. So how do you know if you see trauma or technology overuse?

Join us as we explore findings from over 18 sources that suggest technology may have unintended consequences that can mimic trauma outcomes.

 

Attendees can expect to learn about:

  1. The impact of technology on the developing brain.

  2. Technology and learning.

  3. Effect of technology overuse on children.

  4. Technology addiction and the impact on youth.

  5. Similarities between trauma and technology overuse.

Price:

$35 per person

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Child Abuse, Sexual Abuse, and the Traumatic Effects on Children and Families

Ideal for CFIs, GALs, judges, counselors, attorneys, and other court and juvenile justice personnel

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Kathy Orr, Executive Director

Peaceful Households

Date & Time:

October 15, 2022, 10:30 AM-5:00 PM ET (US)

Type:

Live On-Line Training

Duration:

6 hours

Certificate of Attendance:

Yes

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Child abuse - whether physical, psychological or sexual - can have a long-lasting impact on a child. Consequences from these doings can lead to life-long problems with an individual’s health, mental health, social wellbeing, academic success and financial stability. This training will provide a foundational understanding of child abuse and sexual abuse and how it impacts each child differently, potentially effecting their neurodevelopment. The course gives professionals the tools to understand behaviors a child may exhibit secondary to abuse, role of caregivers, and trauma informed intervention for those affected.

CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

  • Foundational understanding of child abuse, sexual abuse and adversity

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the science behind it

  • Traumatic effects on the emotional, physical and mental growth of individuals

  • How trauma effects individuals differently

  • Understanding the influence of culture and bias when viewing trauma

  • The supports for building resilience and healing

  • Trauma informed practices for those working with children and families

There are no CLEs or CEUs for this class. Attendees will receive materials (e.g., Course outline, certificate of attendance, trainer bio, key references) that can be used to apply for potential credits through their affiliated education programs.

Price:

$150 per person

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Domestic Violence, Coercive Control and the Traumatic Effects on Children and Adults

Ideal for CFIs, GALs, judges, counselors, attorneys, and other court and juvenile justice personnel

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Jessica Mars, LCSW

Date & Time:

October 29, 2022, 10:30 AM-5:00 PM ET (US)

Type:

Live On-Line Training

Duration:

6 hours

Certificate of Attendance:

Yes

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Domestic violence and coercive control have a deep and lasting impact on children, families and communities. This training will explore the dynamics of these events and tactics and the traumatic effects it has on those involved. It will give court personnel and other family service professionals the tools to better understand an individual's trauma and respond to their immediate and future needs.

CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

  • Domestic violence and other forms of coercive control within family and community systems

  • Neurobiology of trauma

  • Traumatic effects on the emotional, physical and mental growth of the survivor

  • Resiliency factors encouraged through positive, trauma-informed interventions

There are no CLEs or CEUs for this class. Attendees will receive materials (e.g., Course outline, certificate of attendance, trainer bio, key references) that can be used to apply for potential credits through their affiliated education programs.

Price:

$150 per person

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Over 90% of attendees that rate our courses award us 5 stars.

As a not-for-profit organization Peaceful Households relies on grants and contributions to fulfill our mission of fostering trauma informed communities, child abuse and neglect prevention. Your donations are sincerely appreciated and will be used in a responsible fashion.