The next Breakthrough Breakfast will be held on Tuesday, June 19th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The Breakfast will be held in the Redhawks Room located on the 4th floor of the University Center at Southeast Missouri State University (388 Henderson Street, Cape Girardeau).
We are excited to have with us for a second time Ginger Meyer, MSW, LCSW, CCTP. Ms.Ginger Meyer is the Clinical Director for Children’s Medical and Mental Health Resource Network a program of SIU School of Medicine. The focus and title of her presentation is, Extraordinary Behaviors! Acting out or an Attempt to Self-Regulate? Is it For Attention or a Chance to Connect?
Program Description: What does early childhood trauma do to the bodies and brains of our young children? How does it relate to the extraordinary behaviors we see daily in our children? What can I do to help children in my classroom or professional practice tone down the behaviors and ramp up self-regulations skills? This workshop will discuss why trauma may have an impact on a child’s learning and behavior. The presenter, a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, will also give hands on activities and suggestions to help teachers and other professionals to connect to children in a positive way, while coaching them to master self-regulation skills. This workshop will be active and will require participation in some of the activities.
All are welcome to attend, but we ask that you RSVP by no later than Tuesday, June 12th so we can get an accurate head count for breakfast. You may RSVP by replying to this email or calling 573-587-1921. Thank you to the Office of Addictions in the School of Nursing for serving as the sponsor for this event!
We hope to see you there!