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This conference provides the rare opportunity to watch the award winning and sought-after film “Resilience – The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope” 
Saturday, November 6th, 8:45am - 12:00pm
Virtual event, attend from anywhere!
Facilitated by
Kurtz Psychology
Founder and President
Facilitated by
Kurtz Psychology
Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellow
Who Should Attend: Child care providers, social workers, psychologists, educators, parents/caregivers, law enforcement, policy makers, and anyone with children in their lives.

Why You Should Attend: The topic of resilience in young people has been addressed by professionals for decades, all trying to understand why traumatic experiences effect everyone so differently. Today, the topic has never been more relevant. As we continue to deal with the unimaginable impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, helping young people recover from the stress of these difficult times is critical to their future success. In order to do that, we must understand the science of resilience.

Presentations and breakout sessions will address Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and provide strategies to protect children from toxic stress. 

This is a professional development/training opportunity.
Participants will receive a certificate for 3 hours of training in the subject areas of: ACES & Child Development
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Special thanks to Assemblyman Kenneth Zabrowski for helping to
underwrite the cost of this conference with the Legislative Member Grant.