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NYSPEP 2018 Summer Institute
New York State Parenting Education Partnership (NYSPEP) proudly presents the
2018 NYSPEP Summer Institute Member Meeting
Understanding the Impact of ACEs and PTSD on Parenting:
Moving from What’s Wrong? To What Happened?
Sasha Stok, PhD
Senior Research Scientist/Clinical Coordinator, Safe Mothers, Safe Children Project at NYU
Co-Editor of Parenting with PTSD: The Impact of Childhood Abuse on Parenting
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
10:00 am – 3:30 pm
Carondolet Hospitality Center – Latham, NY
Registration and Breakfast open at 9:30 am
The cost of this event is $50 per person. This fee includes participation in the event, Continental breakfast, lunch, and beverage service.
Please note there are limited scholarships available that will cover the cost of conference registration and provide a stipend to assist parents in attending with a community organization partner. Please contact Tamaé Memole at firstname.lastname@example.org by June 29 if your organization is interested in a scholarship.
Presented by New York State Parenting Education Partnership (NYSPEP) with financial support from NYS Office of Children and Family Services Children and Family Trust Fund, and NYS Office of Mental Health.
FACE YOUR CAREER.
inclusive. feminist. Professional development.
28 SEPTEMBER 2018 @ SFU HARBOUR CENTRE
FACE Your Career is a completely new and unique approach to professional development for women. With the guidance and expertise of our speakers and facilitators, our participants will gain a deeper knowledge of the adversity they face in the workplace, how to advocate for change, while also learning practical skills.
As an added bonus, we are the only women’s conference in BC that draws funds from the full corporate registration fee to subsidize event registrations for women who otherwise could not afford to attend.
Parenting with PTSD co-editor Joyelle Brandt will be leading a workshop teaching the biology behind trauma and being “triggered”, and how we can take care of ourselves and negotiate tough moments in life and at work.