Sponsor: NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association
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A 6-hour training with Tana Bridge, PhD, LMSW, CTC~S
PRESENTATION: Trauma responsive practice implies a working knowledge of not only what signs and symptoms exist with trauma but also, how trauma impacts brain function and the individual’s well-being. Participants will expand their understanding of complex trauma (ACES) and its impacts on coping and learning. Principles of trauma informed practice and opportunities for school-based intervention will be explored. As a result of this training, participants will:
- Understand how the brain receives and remembers trauma.
- Recognize the cumulative effect of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES).
- Understand the impact trauma(s) has on the child/youth’s regulating and coping.
- Identify critical points of intervention; when behaviors escalate, and learning is halted.
- Develop skills in coaching/supporting regulation.
- Identify opportunities to foster a ‘safe’ classroom and teach skills in well-being and coping.
PRESENTER: Dr. Tana Bridge is a Licensed Masters Social Worker in both clinical and macro practice. Currently she is a professor at Eastern Michigan University. She develops curriculum and teaches classes in theory, ethics, practice, loss, grief, and trauma. She received her Master’s degree from the University of Michigan and her doctorate from Wayne State University. She is certified as a Supervisor Consultant in trauma from The National Institute for Trauma and Loss and has received the Trauma and Loss Consultant of the Year. In addition to teaching, she is active in grant work and in ethics and trauma-specific agency-based consulting and training.
- September 22, 2021
- 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
- 130 Pembroke Road, Suite 100
- see registration for details