Portobello Institute Webinar Series: Trauma-Sensitive and Relationship-Based Approaches in Early Childhood

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Portobello Institute are hosting a webinar ‘Trauma-Sensitive and Relationship-Based Approaches in Early Childhood’ on August 23 from

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This is the first webinar of Portobello Institute Webinar Series.

Trauma-Sensitive and Relationship-Based Approaches in Early Childhood

Dr Judith Butler is the first guest speaker. Dr Butler is a lecturer at Munster Technological University, Cork. She has a PhD in Education (Developmental Psychology Research) from University College Cork. Previous to this, she gained qualifications in Montessori Teaching, Special Education and a first-class degree (HONS) in Early Childhood Studies from UCC.

Dr Butler will be hosted by Portobello Institute’s Rachel Dunne. Rachel has a BA (HONS) in Early Childhood Education and Care and an MA in Developmental and Therapeutic Play; she tutors in Children’s Rights, Pedagogy and Curriculum, and Challenging Inequalities.

Early Years Educator, Sharon McCready, will also be joining this event. Sharon has a BA Hons in Early Childhood Studies and set up Cedar Montessori in 2009 in South County Dublin, catering for up to 66 preschool children daily. Cedar Montessori was awarded centre of Excellence by the DES in 2019.

More information on this expert-led, free webinar series, can be found here.

Portobello Institute will be exhibiting at Virtual Education Expo on Thursday, 9th September. You can visit their virtual booth anytime between 10am and 4pm to ask their team any questions you might have about their courses. Furthermore, you can download college material and attend webinars throughout the day. You can register today to get FREE ACCESS to this online event.

Portobello Institute offers full time, part time and distant learning courses and evening classes in Lower Dominick St, Dublin 1.

Steven Galvin

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