Sustaining Trauma-Informed Care in a Punitive World
October 18, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The webinar will discuss the high prevalence of trauma among the clients in a variety of treatment programs. Patricia will discuss different strategies for programs to become more collaborative, more strength and relationship based, and focusing staff on interpreting behaviors as adaptive. However, after an initial change effort, agencies may experience their staff slipping back into punitive thinking. How do we continue trauma informed practice in a punitive world?
You can access the PowerPoint slides from this presentation here.
You can access the YouTube recording of the webinar here.
INSTRUCTIONS TO RECEIVE FREE CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:
- When you register, you will be asked if you want CE credits — just respond yes or no*.
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- Within a week after you complete the live webinar, GIFR will send you a certificate of completion.
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FEATURED NEARI RESOURCES:
Trauma-Informed Treatment: The Restorative Approach
By Patricia Wilcox
Categories: Books, Adolescents and Children
Catalog Number: 9703
Price: $26.00 plus shipping and handling