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ECHO Family Care Partners

With more than 50% of the world's children having at least one traumatic childhood experience, it is essential for those who serve children directly, whether as parents, kinship caregivers, foster parents, adoptive parents, daycare workers, social workers, educators, coaches, church ministry leaders and volunteers, to have at least a baseline understanding of the impacts of past traumas on current behaviors and belief systems.

Our Introduction to Trauma Competencies provides this baseline in customizable, one-, two-, and three-hour in-person modules.

And to those who have the most time with children is also given the greatest opportunity and responsibility – to help them heal. Not only is it possible, but it is within reach. And that's what our Advanced Trauma Competencies modules provide to professionals and parents alike.

Trauma Competency Education


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If you provide direct care to children, especially those with traumatic histories, trauma competencies are essential to understanding how their histories inform their behaviors today.

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