Trauma Informed Care Conference 2013

Where There Is Breath, There Is Hope: Transforming Practices Through Trauma Informed Care

As The Up Center began its journey toward transformation into a Trauma Informed Care organization, we reached out to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for technical assistance and received a training grant. We are delighted to share the expertise that SAMHSA brings in the field of Trauma Informed Care with all of our community partners and stakeholders by spearheading this regional training event. Please join us as we move to create an informed community of peers and providers who can empower and support those impacted by trauma by providing services and care that promote recovery and healing. After all, it is Up to all of us.
Expert speakers from The Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
5.5 CEUs approved by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
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Joan Gillece, Ph.D., SAMHSA
  • Session 1: What is Trauma? Why do we need to address it?
    “Understanding and addressing trauma in the lives of those we serve” download presentation
  • Session 3: Strategies for Self-Regulation
    “Strategies for self-regulation” download presentation
Janice L. LeBel, Ph.D, Massachusetts Dept. of Mental Health
Conference objectives
  • Understand the prevalence of trauma
  • Learn what trauma is and how it affects individuals psychologically, developmentally and neurobiologically
  • Learn techniques to reduce the likelihood of re-traumatization
  • Explore self-regulation strategies to prevent vicarious trauma for the practitioner
Who should attend?
  • Licensed mental health providers
  • Social workers
  • Criminal justice professionals
  • Child welfare professionals
  • Public safety workers
  • Domestic violence responders
  • Medical professionals
  • Human services professionals
  • Educators
  • Students

Conference Agenda

Speaker Biographies

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