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Trauma-Informed Care Training

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Trauma-informed care promotes practicing a culture of safety, empowerment, and healing. The first step is to recognize how common trauma is, and to understand that every client may have experienced serious trauma. This does not lead to questioning people about their experiences; rather, just assuming that people you work with may have this history, and act accordingly.

Following are trainings focused on trauma-informed care and building a trauma-informed service environment.

Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care

A short introduction and overview of trauma informed services and creating a trauma-informed environment. To achieve a trauma-informed service environment, service providers in all roles – from direct service, to leaders, to support staff – need to be consistent in their interactions with consumers and each other.

Highlights:

  • What Does Trauma Look Like
  • Healing Trauma
  • Creating a Trauma-Informed Service Environment

Presenter:

  • Shawn Smith

Certified Motivational Interviewing Trainer Founder, Share Training

Resources:

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Trauma-Informed Care Mini-Series, Webcast I:
Key Aspects of Trauma

To achieve a trauma-informed service environment, service providers in all roles – from direct service, to leaders, to support staff – need to be consistent in their interactions with consumers and each other. Vocational rehabilitation professionals will acquire necessary knowledge and skills to accomplish this through this Trauma-Informed Care series.

Highlights:

  • What is Trauma-Informed Care?
  • How direct service, leaders and support staff can interact with each other
  • Understanding key aspects of trauma

Presenters:

  • Marianne Huebner, MS-ATR

Art Therapist, HopeWay

  • Shawn Smith

Certified Motivational Interviewing Trainer Founder, Share Training

Resources:

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Trauma-Informed Care Mini-Series, Webcast II:
Healing Trauma

To achieve a trauma-informed service environment, service providers in all roles – from direct service, to leaders, to support staff – need to be consistent in their interactions with consumers and each other. Vocational rehabilitation professionals will acquire necessary knowledge and skills to accomplish this through the Trauma-Informed Care series

Highlights:

  • Suggestions and best practices for healing trauma
  • The benefits of a healing trauma environment

Presenters:

  • Marianne Huebner, MS-ATR

Art Therapist, HopeWay

  • Shawn Smith

Certified Motivational Interviewing Trainer Founder, Share Training

Resources:

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Trauma-Informed Care Mini-Series, Webcast III:
Creating a Trauma-Informed Service Environment

To achieve a trauma-informed service environment, service providers in all roles – from direct service, to leaders, to support staff – need to be consistent in their interactions with consumers and each other. Vocational rehabilitation professionals will acquire necessary knowledge and skills to accomplish this through the Trauma-Informed Care series

Highlights:

  • Preparing leaders and support staff for a trauma-informed care training
  • Setting up the correct environment
  • Understanding one another and keeping an open mind

Presenters:

  • Marianne Huebner, MS-ATR

Art Therapist, HopeWay

  • Shawn Smith

Certified Motivational Interviewing Trainer Founder, Share Training

Resources:

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