Trauma Training-Trauma Education: Science, Hope, and Healing

Many people who experience trauma will not have lasting negative impact. Others can have ongoing challenges. Learn risk factors and ways to lessen or prevent its damaging effects.

Whether you serve people with developmental disabilities, those who expereince physcial or mental health problems, those involved int he justice or welfare systems, YOU need this training. Concepts will help you take care of yourself and avoid burnout while allowing you to have a better understanding of those you serve.

This three hour training will cover:

· What is Trauma

-Three E’s from SAMHSA

-Individual and collective

-Systemic and historical

-Different types of stress o Prevalence

· What is TIC o Four R’s from SAMHSA

-Difference between trauma specific and trauma informed

-Six SAMHSA principles of TIC

·The Science of Trauma o N.E.A.R. (neurobiology, epigenetics, Adverse Childhood Experiences, and resilience)

-Toxic stress and the functions of the brain

-Organizational change

-An Introduction to the Application of TIC

-Principles of TIC, operationalized

-Emphasis on inclusivity

· An Introduction to Workforce Wellness

-Parallel process and why it’s important

-Vicarious trauma, secondary stress, burnout, vicarious resilience, and compassion satisfaction.

-Self-care versus workforce wellness.

Please note that this training can meet the Standard of Practice for Trauma Informed Care Oregon: I-Ia and III-IIIa.

I. Agency Commitment and Endorsement:

Ia.

Leadership (including administration and governance) has received information/training on trauma and trauma informed care (TIC).

III. Workforce Development

Training IIIa.

 Our agency provides to all employees access to the following content:

· What is Trauma

-Three E’s from SAMHSA

-Individual and collective

-Systemic and historical

-Different types of stress o Prevalence

· What is TIC o Four R’s from SAMHSA

-Difference between trauma specific and trauma informed

-Six SAMHSA principles of TIC

·The Science of Trauma o N.E.A.R. (neurobiology, epigenetics, Adverse Childhood Experiences, and resilience)

-Toxic stress and the functions of the brain

-Organizational change

-An Introduction to the Application of TIC

-Principles of TIC, operationalized

-Emphasis on inclusivity

· An Introduction to Workforce Wellness

-Parallel process and why it’s important

-Vicarious trauma, secondary stress, burnout, vicarious resilience, and compassion satisfaction.

-Self-care versus workforce wellness.

Note:  These domains come from the SAMHSA’s Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach.

I also have other training to cover the Standard IIIc-Our organization provides ongoing training and education on topics relevant to applying TIC principles (e.g., webinars, videos, events, learning collaboratives). Click here to contact me.

You may take this as an individual in a group or schedule a specific training for your organization. Click here for upcoming trauma training.

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