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  • An Introduction to Child Trauma
  • Trauma, Compassion Fatigue and Secondary Traumatic Stress
  • Individual & Organizational Strategies: Addressing Compassion Fatigue &  Secondary Traumatic Stress

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Historical & Racial Trauma

January 20, 2022

This training will provide an overview of  historical and current day racial trauma, including how they affect child and family outcomes. Participants will engage in in-depth discussion about specific experiences that are shared by entire communities and that can result in cumulative emotional and psychological wounds that are carried across generations. An in-depth discussion about historical events as the root of multigenerational trauma also will be a part of the training.

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Parenting Traumatized Infants and Toddlers: Myths vs Facts for 0-5

February 10, 2022

This presentation will focus on how to support caregivers regarding challenging behaviors from their young children. Specific developmental considerations will be discussed as well as current terms for what these problems may be labeled.  Strong emphasis will be placed on myths versus facts for this age range.  Additionally, concrete tools and resources to support caregivers will be discussed.

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Secondary Traumatic Stress and Reflective Practice/ Supervision

February 24, 2022

This workshop for child-serving professionals (leaders, supervisors, managers, and above) reviews concepts of secondary traumatic stress and introduces Reflective Supervision as an organizational strategy to address professional well-being. The course will provide an overview of STS, discuss the role of reflective practice and supervision in addressing STS, and present key skills.

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Trauma, Parenting, and Challenging Behaviors (Adolescent)

December 09, 2021

We will explore the impact of trauma on adolescents and discuss strategies for supporting caregivers in understanding and responding to challenging behaviors and trauma reactions.

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Trauma, Parenting, and Challenging Behaviors (School-Age)

Explore the impact of trauma on parenting and discuss strategies for helping parents identify and respond to challenging behaviors for school-age children exposed to trauma.

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Trauma, Parenting, and Challenging Behaviors 

This webinar explores the impact of trauma on parenting and discusses strategies for helping parents both identify and respond to challenging behaviors exhibited by children exposed to trauma. 

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An Introduction to Child Trauma

This webinar will provide foundational information on Child Trauma, including a review of the prevalence, characteristics and impact of trauma on children and their families

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Childhood Exposure to Trauma: Tribal Communities

December 1 & 2, 2021

This course provides an overview of research on trauma and discusses its relevance for American Indian/Alaska Native people and tribal communities. Participants will learn the types of trauma people experience, the impacts of trauma on the developing brain, and how trauma influences emotions, thinking, and behavior. The heart of this training is to create power through naming experiences and share strategies to promote individual and collective resilience within tribal communities to counter the effects of trauma.

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Individual & Organizational Strategies: Addressing Compassion Fatigue &  Secondary Traumatic Stress

This 2-hour online workshop reviews the concepts of compassion fatigue & secondary traumatic stress, and discusses individual and organizational strategies to address professional well-being.

Audience: Leads, Supervisors, and Managers of child abuse prevention agencies – working with families and children exposed to trauma

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Trauma, Compassion Fatigue and Secondary Traumatic Stress

This 90min webinar for child-serving professionals introduces the concepts of compassion fatigue and secondary traumatic stress, and offers an opportunity to discuss the emotional impact of this work on helping professionals.

Audience: All Staff of child abuse prevention agencies – working with families and children exposed to trauma

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Trauma-Informed Organizations 

Understand and determine how to incorporate trauma-informed practices and skills into the systems that care for and/or interact with children and youth who have experienced trauma.

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