Come join us to learn about The Neurosequential Network’s Neurosequential Model in Caregiving!
Are you a foster, kinship, or adoptive family struggling with your child’s behavior? Do you work with children who have experienced adversity? Would you like to better understand these children?
This six-module training will include: An introduction to the brain, attachment, state-dependent functioning, self-regulation, rethinking discipline, and self-care.
Join us in-person on Tuesdays this summer in June, July and August 2.
From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Christian Family Care’s Central Phoenix Office located at: 2346 N Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
*Space is limited to 20 adults for the training and 10 spots for children (Ages 6 to 12).
*The children will be working with therapists on feeling their inside feelings through movement in an educational group setting.