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This training will cover foundational knowledge through an overview of trauma, brain development, resilience, assessment and intervention, resources, etc., but the main focus of this training will be a more hands-on exploration of the “12 Core Concepts” for understanding traumatic stress responses in children and families. With guidance from the trainers, attendees will employ problem based learning to delve into rich cases piece by piece to develop clinical reasoning skills they can apply to their work with families back at the FRCs. It is titled “advanced”, indicating that it will be a different and more in-depth look than the training offered to FRCs in 2015, however it would be appropriate for folks who are new to trauma work to attend this comprehensive training too.
The training will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
To register, please send the following information to Kate Darmetko (firstname.lastname@example.org):
First and Last Name
FRC or Program Name