Caregivers play a vital role in helping their children learn how to regulate themselves. When caregivers are able to regulate their own emotions and reactions, it creates a sense of safety and security for the child. This presentation will focus on the regulation strategies for caregivers for two main reasons: the overall well-being of the individual and their ability to help children/youth develop resilience, healthy relationships, and better navigate adversity.
Presented by Kate Rickord
Kate Rickord is a Master’s level Minnesota Licensed Psychologist (MA, LP) with advanced training in research-based parenting modalities and evidenced-based trauma practices. Her child welfare experience began in 2004 and includes both direct work and leadership in parenting programs, therapeutic services for children and their families, and supporting foster families licensed through a community-based agency. Kate is co-owner of Resiliency and Health Institute, a small collaborative practice that seeks to build resilience and restore well-being through therapeutic services. Kate’s clinical work focuses on somatic experiencing, attachment, trauma & abuse (child & adult), and parenting.
Please note: this webinar will be recorded and take place on Zoom. You will receive the link to join after registering below.