Speaker Event: Tiffany Junker
Ryther
2400 NE 95th Street
Thursday, February 22, 2018
7-8:30pm.

Tiffany Sudela - Junker
Building Resilience through Whole-Brained, Wholehearted Parent-Child Relationships

Experts have a deeper understanding of resilience and how trauma and toxic stress impacts development throughout the lifespan, especially for children with neurological differences.

When we hear the word ‘trauma', we often think of abuse, neglect, catastrophic injury or loss. The reality is that our lives are full of more subtle traumas and it’s important to realize, especially early adverse experiences impact a child's sense of safety and their ability to navigate the world around them. Building and maintaining relationships with family and peers, individual brain-development, self-regulation skills and executive function are all impacted by adverse experiences in childhood.

Opening up about her own growth process as a parent, 2017 Angels in Adoption Award recipient, Tiffany Sudela-Junker shares powerful stories about life with her two brilliant, funny and challenging children with special needs and reveals how leading experts led to important paradigm shifts and an unconventional path to building on Brain Development, Executive Function and cultivating Shame Resilience.

Tif shares how she learned to practically apply N.E.A.R. Science at home and her families own special brand of Whole-Brained, Wholehearted living. Her candid, interactive parent focused presentation guarantees to stimulate conversation about deeper connections and cultivating resilience in a whole new way at home.

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