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I found the sessions so informative and helpful to me as I continue to challenge myself to better understand the issues and challenges of persons who struggle with mental health issues. In particular, the evidence based foundational information on childhood trauma, and data driven approaches to care have been particularly useful.

Liane Connelly PhD, RN, NEA-BC, Asst. Dean & Assoc. Professor, Northern Division UNMC College of Nursing
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Frank King, The Mental Health Comedian
Mental Health Activist, Speaker & Comedian

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A Motivational Public Speaker who uses his life lessons to start the conversation giving people permission to give voice to their feelings and experiences surrounding depression and suicide.

And doing it by coming out, as it were, and standing in his truth, and doing it with humor.

Nicole Black, PhD, LPC, LDCD,
EMDR Certified, TFCBT Certified, Registered Play Therapist

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Dr. Black began her mental health career working in a resident treatment center and in an assessment/emergency shelter serving children and adolescents that have experience abuse and neglect.

She has extensive experience working with youth that have behavioral and emotional issues.

Gerald Pennie,

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Dr. Pennie’s clinical background includes working with children, adolescents, adults, and families within the P-12 public school environment and in private counseling settings.

He has co-authored a book chapter and articles relating to the topics of wellness, adolescent development, and group counseling. 

The Faces of Trauma is a 5-part on-demand series of webinars discussing how trauma originates from many sources in life.

Earn up to 6.5 CE Credits.

Webinar 1: Suicide Prevention as a Healthcare Practice: A Health & Safety Issue with Frank King

Webinar 2: Adverse Childhood Experiences &Trauma Informed Care with Nicole Black, PhD., LPC, LCDC

Webinar 3: Trust the Process: Using Culturally Relevant Assessment & Diagnostic Practices as a way to foster hope & resilience with Gerald Pennie, PhD, LPC, NCC

Webinar 4: Trauma Informed Treatment Skills 101 with Nicole Black, PhD., LPC, LCDC

Webinar 5: The fight of my life: Establishing radical self-care practices for direct care trauma workers with Gerald Pennie, PhD, LPC, NCC

Registrants have access to the webinars and materials until June 2022.

After purchasing your ticket, you will be contacted via email in 1-2 business days with the Adobe Connect information needed to access the webinar series.

If you have any additional questions, please contact info@nnbhn.org.

Continuing Education Credit Information Provided by: The Postgraduate Institute for Medicine Behavioral Health Hero 2020: The Face of Trauma – June 2020 – July 2021

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Register for Continuing Educations credits here: www.cmeuniversity.com