Jayne Schooler, author of Wounded Children, Healing Homes, to appear at the SFFA 2018 Conference.
24-May-2018 - Saskatoon SK
Jayne Schooler, author of Wounded Children, Healing Homes, will appear in Saskatoon on June 14th and 15th to present a training session entitled "Becoming a Trauma-Competent Caregiver", part of the Saskatchewan Foster Families Association 2018 Conference.
Wounded Children, Healing Homes
Wounded Children, Healing Homes - How Traumatized Children Impact Adoptive and Foster Families, is widely regarded as required reading for foster parents, offering tangible strategies and techniques to those parenting deeply traumatized or emotionally disturbed children.
The book was recently featured in Season 2, Episode 4 of the Emmy-nominated drama "This Is Us", that airs Tuesdays on NBC, where characters Randall and Beth Pearson, who recently became foster parents, read the book for guidance.
Becoming a Trauma-Competent Caregiver Training at 2018 SFFA Conference
The two-day training session "Becoming a Trauma-Competent Caregiver" dives deep in to trauma and it's impact on the life of a child, provides understanding into trauma and age-related developmental impact, and provides tangible help through a series of practical, essential skills.
Schooler is a featured speaker and author or coauthor of five books related to adoption. Serving full time with Back2Back Ministries, Jayne's international work takes her regularly to India, Nigeria, Mexico and Haiti. Jayne and her husband David are parents by birth and adoption, and are grandparents of four.
All are welcome to attend, registration and scheduling information are linked below.