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Calming the Storm: De-escalation Techniques for Children Affected by Trauma

July 18, 2024

Early Childhood Professional Series

July 18, 5:30pm – 7:30pm

OU-Tulsa Learning Center, Room 137 (4502 E 41st Street, Tulsa, OK 74135)

Registration: $10 (includes 2 hours CECPD credits)

Scholarships, group discounts available (email dejon@ou.edu)

Workshop description  

Join us for an insightful workshop designed specifically for early childhood professionals. “Calming the Storm: De-escalation Techniques for Children Affected by Trauma” is an essential addition to our Early Childhood Professional Series, focusing on equipping educators, caregivers, and support staff with practical skills to manage and de-escalate challenging behaviors in young children who have experienced trauma.

Nicolle Moore, LMFT, IMH-E has been working with children and their families for over 20 years in various service sectors.  She is a collaborative mental health professional with a diverse history of clinical services, prevention and education, advocacy, outreach, and systems expansion. Her focus in Oklahoma has been on building early relational collaboration efforts, trauma informed and culturally responsive services, as well as use of a systems approach to understanding and serving young children and their families in the communities where they live. She currently works as the VP of Early Childhood Initiatives at the Parent Child Center of Tulsa, where she leads the HealthySteps program and IECMHC.