Trauma Informed Care When Working with Youth and Families
August 14, 2020
Trauma Informed Care When Working
with Youth and Families
Trauma Informed Care (TIC) aims to highlight the widespread prevalence and effects of trauma, various pathways to recovery, and consolidate the knowledge of trauma in bringing the best possible collaborative care to patients, families, and staff working in the helping professions.
September 29, 2020 10 am to 12 pm PST
During this training participants will be invited to engage in a virtual experience where they will learn:
- Definition of trauma and contextual contributing factors
- Signs and symptoms of trauma
- Components of a trauma-informed approach
Participants will be able to download training materials and handouts, obtain Continuing Education units, submit questions and obtain further resources on trauma informed care.
The training will be conducted by Cindy Rollo, MSW, LCSW-C. Cindy is an accomplished trainer, consultant, supervisor and clinician. Cindy has been involved in bringing trauma-informed trainings and system change to mental health professionals, administrators, graduate students, child welfare workers, case managers and support staff who provide care in a range of community and residential settings that serve diverse populations. Over the last 20 years, Cindy has provided psychotherapy to underserved youth and their families that are living in the context of urban poverty and ongoing trauma exposure in Baltimore, Maryland. She is also a national trainer for Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and co-developed a graduate level course on Evidence-Based Mental Health Treatment with Children and Adolescents.
Registration: https://cibhs.networkofcare4elearning.org/EventDetail.aspx?pId=950&OrgId=223 and review more background information and CE information.
Please contact Gayaneh Karapetian at email@example.com for more information.
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