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Event Phone: 8286980674

  • November 7, 2020
    9:00 am - 2:30 pm


Presenter: Liz Tuttle, Statewide Education Specialist, NC Healthy Social Behaviors Project

*This in person training is subject to change due to COVID-19 restrictions.*

We live in a stress-filled world. Stress is something that affects all of us from the youngest to the
oldest. While some stress is necessary and positive; too much stress can be toxic. Come learn how
the brain develops, our biological need for relationships, and how positive social experiences can
buffer the negative effects of stress. Discover the three types of stress responses, the effects of stress
on early development and learning, and practical strategies that classroom teachers can use every day
to reduce stress responses in the preschool children in your care and in yourself.

Registration closes a week before!

*Please bring your own bag lunch and drink

Credit: .5 CEUs

Questions contact: Heather Erwin 828-698-0674 x 154

*Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the training event so there is ample time to complete the registration process and the training can begin promptly. Also, note that if you register for the training event and are unable to attend, you MUST contact CCR&R prior to the scheduled training event to cancel or you will be liable for the registration costs.


Venue Phone: 828.698.0674

Venue Website:

851 Case Street, Hendersonville, North Carolina, 28792, United States