Happiness is running through the streets to find you...even during a pandemic!
with Holly Elissa Bruno
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"Her presentation was very powerful and informative on how to support children and families who are experiencing trauma."
"This was just what I needed to hear. THANK YOU!"
"Very insightful and relevant for what is being felt by many people."
"We all needed this and gave me positive things to think about and let my brain process and feel instead of being scared and or lost!"
As we find ourselves in a strange new time we must move forward with action to emerge as strong early childhood educators. While this new time may be filled with anxiety and trauma we must remember to care for ourselves first so we can care for families and children. Holly Ellisa will guide you through a journey of self-care, self-reflection and discovery. She will share practical tips on how to talk with your colleagues about the feelings that come with traumatic experiences and how to build trust in an authentic way.
Early childhood educators will examine their own fears, identify how those fears might affect the children with whom they work, and develop self-help strategies that would mitigate the negative impact on the children in their care.
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About Holly Elissa Bruno
Holly Elissa Bruno, MA, JD, award-winning and best-selling author specializing in emotionally intelligent leadership and preventing legal risks, is an international keynote speaker. iTunes ranked her radio program, Heart to Heart Conversations on Leadership: Your Guide to Making a Difference in its top 200 k-12 podcasts.
She served as Assistant Attorney General for the state of Maine and Assistant Dean at the University of Maine School of Law. While working as Associate Professor and Academic Dean at the University of Maine-Augusta, Holly Elissa was selected “Outstanding Professor”. An alumna of Harvard University’s Institute for Educational Management, she teaches leadership courses for Wheelock College, most recently in Singapore.
Her first book, Leading on Purpose was published by McGraw-Hill in 2008. Its sequel, What You Need to Lead: Emotional Intelligence in Practice has been one of NAEYC’s best-sellers. Managing Legal Risks, Teachers College Press, is another best-seller. The Comfort of Little Things received the Living Now Award for books in any field that “uplift the quality of life”.
To “recovering attorney” Holly Elissa, life is too short to anything but enjoy it daily.
How to get in contact with Holly:
Phone: 978-696-5024 or 617-823-7288