Brain Development & Learning Consent during Childhood
Wednesday, February 21, 5:30-7:30 pm  Free Virtual Workshop! 

Learning to respect others’ feelings about touch is called empathy-based consent. Brain science findings show that the optimal window for children to learn empathy skills occurs early in life.

Join Presenter Kirstie Grant of PCAVT!  In this training you will:

·       understand the skills involved in respecting consent

·       learn the developmental connections between childhood empathy and adult actions

·       learn brain science findings on empathy and the optimal developmental window to acquire it

·       learn about primary prevention strategies beginning in early childhood to prevent child sexual abuse.


~You will receive a Zoom link the morning of the Workshop~

For more information, contact jstanton@lamoillefamilycenter.org

Funding is provided by the VT Child Development Division, the Green Mountain Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation, and our dedicated donors.
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