In Harm's Way: A Conference for Trauma-Informed Care and Secondary Traumatic Stress

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November 1, 2013 - A national conference for helping professionals and their organizations, presented by Presented by the S. Mark Taper Foundation Child Trauma Training Academy at Children’s Institute, Inc.

DR. DARYL ROWE JOINS CONFERENCE AS FEATURED SPEAKER|
Learn more about the differing realities of urban environments, the damaging impacts of poverty, and the complex interplay of economic, educational, family, and cultural issues. Featured speaker Daryl Rowe, PhD, of Pepperdine University will address historical and intergenerational trauma. Participants will engage in discussions about the Association of Black Psychologists’ national initiative, “Emotional Emancipation — Defying the Lie and Embracing the Truth of Black Humanity.” The overall aim of the initiative is to address the long-term effects of internalized racism on American Americans, and it seeks to redress the historical trauma of the denial of humanity to persons of African ancestry.

Download the registration form for this event or register online.

Questions? Please email:  CIITrainingCenter@childrensinstitute.org.

LEARN the latest about trauma-informed practice in child welfare and children’s mental health.

EXPERIENCE a full day of engaging programming on reducing the risk of secondary traumatic stress and vicarious trauma, with special keynotes by Joan Borysenko on wellness and self-care, by Pat Levitt on toxic stress and its impact on early learning and health, as well as a heal-the-healer presentation by Jerry Tello.

CONNECT with experts and other helping professionals and organizations who are leading the way in wellness strategies in the workplace.

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ADDITIONAL CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

Presented by the S. Mark Taper Foundation Child Trauma Training Academy at Children’s Institute, Inc.

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