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An overview of practical and evidence-based techniques for you to help develop trauma-informed and resilient communities.
Focuses in on the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) across the lifespan.
Learn multicultural and social justice techniques and skills for trauma informed and resilient communities.
Learn about sexual assault, sexual abuse, and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).
Learn about crisis and violent behavior in schools and institutions.
Receive training in suicide assessment, prevention, and management with disaster and trauma-affected clients.
This is a six-part series. Registration can be for any single (1) workshop or the whole series (6) collectively. Any one-part cost is $25.00 each or registering for all six ($20.00 discount) coming to a total of $130.00. If you would like to come to a number of them but not all six, please indicate specifically which ones and include that in your registration. If you would like to earn CE but did not indicate that in your registration, please email email@example.com
These workshops are designed to be engaging, with downloadable materials, videos and quizzes to enhance your learning experience. You can only access the course material you purchased by clicking the link you received in email, please bookmark those pages for your reference. The course materials are intended only to whom has registered and paid to participate in the online group. It is for independent reference and is not to be shared or reproduced for others in any way. (c) Copyright 2020-2023 Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute and Taunya Marie Tinsley, PhD, DMin, NCC, LPC.
Asynchronous six-part series of workshops covering the trauma-informed and resilient approach where communities, organizations, programs and systems: (1) realizes the prevalence and impact of trauma, (2) recognizes the signs and symptoms of trauma in individuals, families and groups, (3) responds by integrating the knowledge about trauma into policies, procedures and practices, and (4) resists practices that could cause more harm (SAMHSA, 2018). These 1 credit hour on-line workshops are designed to assist participants with increasing their awareness and knowledge of trauma, including psychological trauma and vicarious trauma, and the key principles of a trauma-informed approach. Additionally, these online workshops are designed to provide practical and evidence-based techniques and skills for how ministers, community leaders, and mental health professionals can develop trauma-informed and resilient communities.
1. Participants will be able to realize the prevalence and impact of trauma.
2. Participants will be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of trauma in individuals, families, and groups.
3. Participants will be able to understand practical and evidence-based techniques and skills for developing trauma-informed and resilient communities.
If you are an LSW, LCSW, LMFT, LPC or NCC MA and would like continuing education credits, you will have an opportunity to confirm that option when you receive the invoice. There is a single $10 fee for receiving CE credits for any part of this series. That fee only needs to be paid once even if credit is desired for multiple sessions. No CE certificates will be issued unless the $10 payment is received, and you submit the evaluation form.
Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6727. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. This program is being offered for maximum of 6 NBCC continuing education clock hours (1 per session).
Upon completing a course, you will receive a certificate of completion that you can use to showcase your skills and knowledge to employers. Be sure to include your License # if you are earning continuing education units.
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