A Wrinkle in Time (2018)
Seattle BrainWorks is hosting HeadStrong “Conflict Resolution” Trainings!
Register by email: email@example.com
or online: http://conflictresolutionsbw.eventzilla.net/web/event….
Friday, August 12, 10:00 am to Noon: “Conflict Resolution #1
Friday, August 19, 10:00 am to Noon: “Conflict Resolution #2
All trainings are held at Seattle BrainWorks at Provail
12700 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle WA 98133
In Conflict Resolution, we explore a critical issue after brain injury – how to transform conflict into opportunities for building trust. We start with skills in choosing and supporting successful behaviors to reduce conflicts. We explore self-monitoring and self-calming practices and learn a variety of communication tools that help build trust during difficult moments. We provide training materials and handouts to use in your home and/or work setting.
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NOW until the BIG Day on May 3rd!
Headstrong’s mission is to help children and young adults build great lives after brain injury. As science and medicine advance our knowledge of neuroplasticity and recovery, we know that community engagement and meaningful activities are game-changers after injury. HeadStrong’s Outreach, Social Outings, and Training programs provide vital community connections and education to support the entire family. We collaborate with Harborview, Seattle Children’s, BIAWA, Outdoors for All, Camp Korey, BEST, University of Puget Sound and others to create broad community supports.
Thank You from HeadStrong!
Headstrong is a 501.c.3 non-profit organization that serves children, teens, and young adults living with brain injury and their families. We are based in King County with a second chapter in Tacoma.
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HeadStrong Mentor Trainings – Spring 2015
University of Puget Sound, Weyerhauser Hall
May 4 – Identity & Meaningful Projects
The HeadStrong Mentor Training Program is designed to train professionals, family members, caregivers, tutors, and anyone living or working with people who live with brain injury. Mentoring is a traditional way societies pass on knowledge by working side by side and setting a positive example. This training will help you be an empowering support person.
The Mentor Training includes four key modules: