SYF WEBINAR: Six Keys to Raising Resilient Children

SYF WEBINAR: Six Keys to Raising Resilient Children

Jan. 2024 SYF Webinar Hero Image
Date Jan 18, 2024
Time 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Cost $ 15.00
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Thursday, January 18, 2024 | 1:00PM – 2:30PM EST 

Extended Access Available Jan. 19 – Feb. 19, 2024

Use coupon code RESILIENT at checkout to receive your free registration. CEs for this webinar are also available, learn more.

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Everyone, particularly those who have experienced trauma, go through periods of stress and adversity in their lives. Resilience is often defined as the capacity to “bounce-back” after adversity and to grow and thrive while healing from trauma. This requires the development of critical skills. Resilience and ability to cope with feelings is important to long-term happiness, well-being and success in life. Resilience involves six key skills which you will learn in this interactive workshop.


Sue Badeau trains, consults and speaks nationally and internationally on trauma, racial justice, family engagement, self-care and more and serves on the Boards of the Association for Training and Treatment of Trauma in Children (ATTACh) and Imara International. She is an in-demand consultant for numerous public and private child welfare, youth and adult justice and mental health agencies, courts, prison systems, and other organizations in the USA, Canada and Kenya.


After receiving a degree in Early Childhood Education from Smith College, Sue worked for many years in child welfare and juvenile justice systems. She has worked closely with the North American Council on Adoptable Children, National Child Traumatic Stress Network, A Second Chance, Inc., All Children, All Families, the National Council for Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Casey Family Programs, Justice for Families and the Pew Commission on Children in Foster Care. Sue has developed curricula and provided training in all fifty states, several Tribal nations and internationally in North America and Africa.


Sue and her husband, Hector are lifetime parents of 22, two by birth, 20 adopted and have also been foster parents to 75 and hosted refugees from Kosovo and Sudan. They have co-authored Are We There Yet: The Ultimate Road Trip, Adopting and Raising 22 Kids and Building Bridges of Hope: A Coloring Book for Adults Caring for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma and other books. Sue and Hector grew up in New England, raised their family in Philadelphia and now live in an RV with a landing pad in North Carolina and divide time between work, speaking engagements, their many grand and great grandchildren and volunteer trips to Kenya.