PEP Training Event: Trauma-Informed Practices

Unique Learning Experience for Educators, Administrators, Safety Forces, Counselors and
Anyone Who Works with Children Exposed to Trauma and Adversity

Presenter: Bruce D. Perry, MD, PhD

Founder and Senior Fellow of The ChildTrauma Academy

Presentation Topic: Six Core Strengths for Healthy Childhood Development

Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Registration: 8:00 am
Program: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm

Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland
300 Lakeside Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113

$75 per person
Lunch will be provided.
Six contact hours are available to all attendees.*

Science has led to greater understanding about the developing brain, and we now recognize that childhood trauma and adversity impact how a child learns and experiences the world. Sadly, we also know that many factors such as poverty, urban violence and terrifying events like the recent school shootings are contributing to increases in childhood trauma.

As professionals who work on behalf of children and communities, how can we utilize this knowledge to improve how we help children learn and grow? This special training event will address this critical question led by one of the nation’s most engaging presenters and highly regarded experts on this subject, Dr. Bruce Perry.

To learn more about this event, follow this link to access a printable flyer: PEP Special Training Event

Questions, contact Beth Gould at or 216-361-7760 x190.

Thank you to our sponsors:
The Cleveland Foundation
The Saint Luke’s Foundation
United Way of Greater Cleveland
University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital

Contact Hours
Training participants will receive a certificate indicating their participation in six contact hours (also known as clock hours). The certificate will outline the learning objectives of the session.