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Training ID: 1077884
Training for Caregivers’: Coping with Normalizing Emotions - Webinar -
This is a multiple date Training: (Last day to register: 6/22/2022)
Date: 6/22/2022   From: 6:30 PM   To: 8:30 PM
Date: 6/23/2022   From: 6:30 PM   To: 8:30 PM
Availability: 26 seats available
CEU: 0.40
Language: English
Trainer: Pamela Malval

This is an online Training. 

Description:  The Junior Journey of Hope offers children in kindergarten through grade 1 the opportunity to better normalize their emotions and develop positive coping strategies through cooperative play, creative arts, and literature. The Junior Journey of Hope has been designed to support children post-disaster but is general enough to be used in a variety of contexts.

 Program Goals: 

  • Support children in understanding and normalizing emotions associated with trauma or other difficult circumstances
  • Support children in developing positive coping strategies to deal with their emotions
  • Build on the innate strengths of children, their families, schools, and communities to further develop positive
  • coping mechanisms
  • Instill a sense of hope, empowering children to feel more in control.

Implementation:  Junior Journey of Hope workshop is organized into 4 hours sessions that focuses on educating teachers on how to help children: understand and normalize key emotions, identify triggers and stressors and develop positive coping strategies to deal with these emotions.

 After the completion of the workshops, teachers will implement this curriculum in the classrooms.  Each hour session will focus’ as follows:

 Session 1: Introducing Junior Journey of Hope: Exploring Emotions

Session 2: Sadness: Understanding and Coping

Session 3: Fear: Understanding and Coping

Session 4: Worry: Understanding and Coping

Session 5: Anger: Understanding and Coping

Session 6: Bullying: Understanding and Coping

Session 7: Self-Esteem and Action: I Believe I Can

Session 8: Me, My Emotions and My Community 

*Please Check your email inbox for instructions on How to Join the Webinar.

Important Notes:To receive CEU’s or In-service training hours, participants must adhere to attendance policy (see below). Participants must demonstrate learning gains. All learning outcomes must be met through course assessment, actively participate in class discussions and exercises, complete all assignments, and complete & submit evaluations., before a certificate will be awarded. Participants must attend the entire course. Partial CEUs or in-service hours cannot be offered. 

The Early Learning Coalition of Miami Dade/Monroe has no proprietary interest in any product, instrument, device, service or material discussed during the learning event.

Attendance Policy: Participants missing more than 15 minutes of total training time will NOT receive a certificate of completion or receive CEUs. Please be prepared to arrive on time and stay until the end of the training. Late participants will not receive credit for the training. Late/absent participants may register for another session.

PLEASE NOTE:  Registration is required.  Participants who arrive 15 minutes late to this course will not be admitted.  Dates are subject to change. The Early Learning Coalition of Miami-Dade/Monroe reserves the right to cancel classes at any time. Course is subject to cancellation if less than 25% of the seats are filled.  Registered participants will be notified of course cancellation via email 24 hours in advance.

Miami, FL 33150
Contact Information: professionaldevelopment@elcmdm.org - Phone: 305 646 7220 ext. 2350