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Developmental Trauma & the Brain: How to Take a Bottom-Up Approach to Supporting Healing & Regulation with Children

Research has shown us that brain development is impacted at any stage when children experience trauma, adverse experiences, chronic stress and attachment disruptions.  This fact sheet will help you gain understanding of, and provide tools to help with, repairing the harm that may be impacting the life of your child.

Information presented by:  Mariah Rooney, LICSW, RYT

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