This program has been approved 2.75 continuing education clock hours by the Louisiana Counseling Association as authorized by the Louisiana Professional Counselor Licensing Board of Examiners.
What We Can Predict We Can Prevent: Building Trauma Informed and Trauma-Sensitive Spaces
Recorded On: May 14, 2021
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The objective of this workshop is to increase the awareness of the impact of trauma on individuals, organizations and the community and to shift the focus of our response to that impact in a way that promotes growth and resilience rather than retraumatizing and disempowering those we serve. It also provides an overview of practical and effective tools for providers, caregivers and community leaders in mitigating the impact of trauma.
This course has been approved by TPN.health, as a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, for educational credits. NAADAC Provider #198061, TPN.health is responsible for all aspects of the programing. Counselor Skill Group: Counseling Services.
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Participants will learn:
- About the fundamental principles in identifying and working with stress and trauma, including “Big T and Little t” trauma.
- About what the latest research, including the famous ACES Study, tells us about the long-term impact of trauma and historical trauma on the learning, health, and future workforce productivity.
- About the current positive shift or movement in this country toward “trauma-informed” approaches that consider ecology, culture and the significant role that trauma plays in the lives of individuals, communities and the providers that serve them.
- About how to translate this powerful knowledge into a toolkit has three parts:
- Tools to help individual youthful clients and students
- Tools to improve capacity of agencies and organizations
- Tools to build trauma-informed communities that support resilient children