Malheur ESD Professional Development Day: Trauma Informed Care Workshops

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Malheur ESD Professional Development Day Presents: Trauma Informed Oregon

FREE Trauma Informed Care Workshops

When: April 7, 2017

5 CEUs will be offered for all eligible attendees. 
Spanish Interpretation Provided
Location: Four Rivers Cultural Center – 676 SW 5th Avenue, Ontario

Trainer: Mandy Davis, LCSW, PhD from Trauma Informed Oregon


8:00-8:25 Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:25-8:35 Welcome & Introductions
8:40 – 11:15 AM Workshop
Trauma Informed Care: What It Is and What It Is Not
To understand the benefits of a trauma informed system it is necessary to understand how trauma impacts individuals and families. Participants will learn about trauma informed care, the impact of trauma and how trauma affects a person’s access to services. Participants will begin to identify how service systems, often unknowingly, retraumatize survivors of complex trauma.
12:20-2:55 PM Workshop
Implementation of Trauma Informed Care: Next Steps
Participants will learn about trauma informed care implementation, with materials and information provided by Trauma Informed Oregon, and a chance to identify how this applies to your work and cross system partnerships. A roadmap for the implementation of trauma informed care, along with resources to guide the process are explored as well as the sharing of ideas and solutions to move forward in your organizations.
Mandy Davis, LCSW, PhD
Dr. Davis is the Director of Trauma Informed Oregon and Associate Professor of Practice at Portland State University’s School of Social Work. Dr. Davis specializes in providing training and consultation to systems, organizations and providers on topics related to implementing trauma informed care and trauma specific services. Dr. Davis has over 20 years of experience working with survivors of trauma and is currently focused on implementation strategies. Dr. Davis is especially interested in the intersections between Trauma Informed Care, structural violence, and equity and strategies that promote workforce wellness.
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