Therapeutic Parents — Check out These Trainings Coming Your Way

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ATN EventsAs we begin 2015, many of us may have resolved to learn more about early childhood/attachment trauma and attachment disorders. We may need to delve into how to be therapeutic parents or need a refresher in strategies to stay calm and provide a healing environment. The following events are not organized by the Attachment & Trauma Network, but ones that our members and other parents have reported were valuable. If you live near any of these – check them out!

Atlanta, GA Area – January 30-31- How to Have a Winning Team with a Challenging Child – ATN will be there!

Two-day seminar
Hosted by: Pathway for Healing (www.pathwayforhealing.com)
Speakers: Nancy Thomas & Jennifer Landreth
One Community Church at The Old Conference Center
6701 Church St.
Douglasville, GA, GA 30134
To register or more information: http://pathwayforhealing.com/seminars/

 

Atlanta, GA Area – Feb 5-6 FASCETS training (fetal alcohol parenting)
One or two day seminar
Hosted by: Families Affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FAFASD)
Trainer: Adrienne Elhert Bashista
Little 5 Points Center, Atlanta, GA
To register or more information: http://fafasd.org/workshops-and-training/

 

Orange County, CA – February 13 & 14 – Empowered to Connect
Hosted by Show Hope
Speakers include Dr. Karyn Purvis
To register or more information: http://showhope.org/be-hope/equipping-families/etc/

 

Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Area – February 21 – Beyond Consequences Live
Hosted by Beyond Consequences
Speaker: Heather Forbes, LCSW
To register or more information: http://www.beyondconsequenceslive.com/

 

Pittsboro, NC – Feb 26-28 FASCETS training (fetal alcohol parenting)
Three day seminar – registration required
Hosted by: Families Affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FAFASD)
Trainer: Adrienne ElhertBashista
To register or more information: http://fafasd.org/workshops-and-training/

 

Los Angeles, CA Area – March 5-6 Developmental Trauma: Where Trauma Meets Attachment
Conference – ATN will be there!
Hosted by Echo Parenting
Speakers include Bessel van der Kolk, Daniel Siegel, Heather Forbes and more.
To register or for more information: http://www.echoparenting.org/professional-services/conferences

 

San Antonio, TX – April 10-11 – Empowered to Connect
Hosted by Show Hope
Speakers include Dr. Karyn Purvis
To register or more information: http://showhope.org/be-hope/equipping-families/etc/

 

Portland, OR – April 11Beyond Consequences Live
Hosted by Beyond Consequences
Speaker: Heather Forbes, LCSW
To register or more information: http://www.beyondconsequenceslive.com/

 

Baltimore, MD Area – April 16 FASCETS training (fetal alcohol parenting)
One day seminar
Hosted by: Families Affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FAFASD)
Trainer: Adrienne Elhert Bashista
First and Franklin Presbyterian Church, 210 W. Madison St., Baltimore MD
To register or more information: http://fafasd.org/workshops-and-training/

 

St. Louis, MO – April 18 Beyond Consequences Live
Hosted by Beyond Consequences
Speaker: Heather Forbes, LCSW
To register or more information: http://www.beyondconsequenceslive.com/

 

Chicago, IL Area – April 24-26 Parenting in SPACE – ATN will be there!
Therapeutic Parenting Training
Hosted by House Calls Consulting
Speakers include Billy Kaplan, Christine Moers and ATN’s Ed Director Anna Paravano
To register or more information: www.parentinginspace.com

 

Denver, CO – May 2 Beyond Consequences Live
Hosted by Beyond Consequences
Speaker: Heather Forbes, LCSW
To register or more information: http://www.beyondconsequenceslive.com/

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