Registration now available for the 2018 Trauma Informed Care Conference
Registration is now available for the 2018 Trauma Informed Care Conference, scheduled for September 18 through September 21.
To register, click on the following link: 2018 Trauma Conference Registration
The first day of this four-day conference will focus on Law Enforcement and First Responders.
Topics will include Building Resiliency: Surviving Secondary Trauma; Partnering with Local Community Mental Health Centers; and Body-Based Skills for Processing Traumatic Stress: A Toolkit for Individuals in High-Risk Professions.
The Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training has approved 7.0 Continuing Education Hours for this event. Please share with any law enforcement and first responder contacts you may have in the community.
Keynote topics for the remaining three days include:
- Seeing in Darkness: Pain, Process, Purpose from Fred Hall, Ed. D.
- What Are You Really Willing To Do For Others?
Evolving Through the Trauma, from Sunetta “Sunny” Slaughter.
- Trauma in the Context of Cultural Diversity, Power, and Privilege, from Matthew Vasquez, Ph.D, LCSW.
- From Broken to
Unbreakable, by Sean Wyman, BS.
- Rising Above the Scars: One Child’s Nightmare; One Woman’s Miraculous Awakening, by Johnneta McSwain, Ph.D, LCSW.
A variety of breakout sessions will be taking place during the remainder of the conference. The full conference agenda is available online by clicking here.
Complete information, including vendor sponsorships, continuing education, and registration information, is available on the Trauma Informed Care Conference web site.
Please share this training opportunity with others on your contact list. The planning committee is looking forward to seeing everyone in September!