June 19, 2020

Stone Soup: Sharing Trauma-Informed Practices

June 19, 2020 School of Social Work Continuing Education • University of Pittsburgh 2117 Cathedral of Learning PittsburghPA  15260 View Map Organized by University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work

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Stone Soup: Sharing Trauma-Informed Practices
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June 19, 2020
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Friday
Ages 18-255 · Co-Ed

School of Social Work Continuing Education

University of Pittsburgh 2117 Cathedral of Learning PittsburghPA  15260
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Description

**Now Online via Zoom & No Longer In Person**Training DescriptionPrevention of trauma and sexual violence begins with understanding trauma. Trauma’s impact echoes throughout individuals, families, neighborhoods, communities and systems. The understanding and ability to develop a common language for identifying and talking about trauma is essential for prevention efforts. Together we will explore frameworks to apply trauma-informed practices that focus on prevention of trauma and sexual violence. As prevention efforts and strategies emerge and develop both internal and external capacities must be built to support ongoing change. Individuals working within agencies, agencies and systems themselves and neighborhoods and communities must all identify tools and resources to address trauma and implement prevention practices. Working with trauma requires taking care of self, utilizing self-care and resiliency within supervisory practices and working with systems and communities to embed those practices within daily interactions. Join us in using a trauma-informed perspective to identify practices and strategies to build stronger prevention efforts.
Training Objectives:
  1. Participants will develop vocabulary and strategies to utilize with populations and/or systems rooted in an understanding of neurobiology of trauma, impacts of adverse childhood experiences and identifying strengths and challenges across the socio-ecological model
  2. Participants will be able to apply trauma-informed practices framework to prevention of trauma and violence
  3. Attendees will be able to Identify strategies for building internal capacity to support trauma-informed and prevention efforts
  4. Attendees will be able to Identify a range of tools for engaging with target populations and systems and building external/community capacity to support trauma-informed and prevention efforts
  5. Participants will initiate a plan for self-care and identify organizational opportunities to sustain change

Location

Online via Zoom

Instructor

Julie Catherine Evans

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