Registration is open for the 2021 Online International Childhood Trauma Symposium, 1 to 3 June, organised by the Australian Childhood Foundation (ACF).
The theme is ‘Lessons we need to know about trauma responsive interventions’, and all speakers are to present live using a custom, interactive online conference platform.
Dr. Daniel Hughes and Dr Jonathan Baylin, authors of Brain Based Parenting, will be presenting ‘From Getting in Sync to Making New Sense: Reawakening the Blocked Potential for Engagement and Growth in Traumatised Children‘, where they will:
“…discuss their updated brain-informed model of how DDP helps to revive the child’s potential for connecting with and learning from caring adults. Dan will describe the progression from nonverbal synchronization to reciprocal conversations to creation of coherent stories, while Jon will describe the underlying brain dynamics of these relational processes.”
They are joined by experts from all over the world, including Deb Dana, Steve Porges, Sue Carter, and Dan Siegal amongst many others.
Tickets cost $440 AU (GST Inclusive) for all three days, and attendees will have access to recordings for three months after the conference.
For more information, including the full schedule, and to book your tickets please visit the Conference website.
Australian Childhood Foundation is one of two organisations which work with DDPI to supply DDP Trainings to practitioners in Australasia and Southeast Asia.