Prenatal Trauma: Raising Children Who Have Been Exposed to Substances In-Utero
Thursday, Aug 17, 2017 – Friday, Aug 18, 2017
9:00am – 4:00pm
Join Crystal Krueger, MAPC, CCTP in an understanding of the impact of in-utero substance exposure on neurodevelopment, sensory needs, and attachment. Additionally, participants attending will learn ways to help children who have been exposed in-utero through caring for their whole needs, such as sensory integration, understanding behavior and ways to effectively discipline, and needs unique to these children. Learning outcomes for this training include a comparative look at impact of marijuana, cocaine, alcohol, and methamphetamine in-utero exposure, an understanding of the impact of in-utero exposure has on self-regulation, and a review of the risk factors of children exposed to substances in-utero. This training will also review neurodeficits of children exposed in-utero, behavioral concerns associated with in-utero exposure, cognitive challenges, and behavioral resilience.
Arizona Trauma Institute is approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) to grant Continuing education credit for live workshops. ACEP number is 6677. Total Clock Hours Awarded: 12
Event LocationArizona Trauma Institute
Mesa, AZ, 85202