september, 2020

30sepAll Day31octFeaturedBehavioral Health Hero Conference 2020

Event Details

Register HERE! 5.9 CEs for Nurses, 6.5 CEs for Psychologists or Social Workers, offered! New webinar every Thursday. Registrants have access until May 31, 2021.

The Faces of Trauma is a 5-part series of webinars discussing the impacts of trauma on many facets of the human experience and offers solutions to help mitigate its effects in a therapy-based settings. While recognizing the value of pharmaceuticals, pharmacology is not addressed. 

MODULE 1

Suicide Prevention as a Healthcare Practice: 

A Health & Safety Issue 

90 minutes

Frank King, The Mental Health Comedian

Mental Health Activist, Speaker & Comedian

  • Review of suicide from a survivor’s perspective. 
  • Discuss how trauma, at any age, may be a component of suicide ideation.
  • Deploy 4 separate resources for working with clients expressing suicide ideation.

MODULE 2

Adverse Childhood Experiences & Trauma Informed Care 

70 minutes

Nicole Black, PhD, LPC, LDCD, 

EMDR Certified, TFCBT Certified, Registered Play Therapist

Review the shortterm and longterm effects of trauma.

  • Define Simple versus Complex Trauma.
  • Recognize manifestations of the ACES when working with clients.
  • Review the ACES inform assessment and intake.
  • Employ the ACES inform our therapeutic alliance and therapeutic approach,
  • Relate the ACES inform treatment planning

MODULE 3 

Trust the Process: Using Culturally Relevant Assessment & Diagnostic Practices

as a way to foster hope & resilience

70 minutes

Gerald Pennie, PhD, LPC, NCC

  • Describe the effects of proper and improper assessment & diagnosis & how it impacts overall physical & mental health as well as social behavior
  • Identify& apply multicultural competencies to support the overall well-being of the client.
  • Identify types of assessment for culture & ways to incorporate the findings into diagnosis & service provisions
  • Identify ways to integrate Culturally Sensitive Assessment & Diagnosis into the counseling session.

MODULE 4

Trauma Informed Treatment Skills 101

70 minutes

Review the shortterm and longterm effects of trauma.

  • Define Simple versus Complex Trauma.
  • Recognize manifestations of the ACES when working with clients.
  • Review the ACES inform assessment and intake.
  • Employ the ACES inform our therapeutic alliance and therapeutic approach,
  • Relate the ACES inform treatment planning

MODULE 5

The fight o my life: Establishing radical self-care 

practices for direct care trauma workers

70 minutes 

Gerald Pennie, PhD, LPC, NCC

  • Describe what self-care is
  • Discuss the importance of self-care
  • Identify barriers to self-care

more

Time

September 30 (Wednesday) - October 31 (Saturday)

Location

Online

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