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Dane County Trauma-Informed Community Summit

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American Family Insurance

6000 American Parkway

Madison, WI 53783

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PLEASE READ THIS FULLY BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THE SUMMIT.

The 6th Annual Dane County Trauma-Informed Community Summit is brought to you by the Dane County Trauma-Informed Community Advisory Council, which is an arm of the Child Abuse & Neglect Coordinated Community Response overseen by the Commission on Sensitive Crimes. Each year, the summit aims to help educate and update all systems on trauma-informed care and how each can expand and integrate its concept of TIC.

The summit will once again take place at American Family Insurance this year- please note that Google maps will NOT lead you to the correct part of the American Family Insurance campus for parking purposes. Please follow the map that is linked here. We will be in Building A- please only use surface lots marked as "visitor parking" on the map. Carpooling is encouraged because of limited parking!

Please note: we are in the process of applying for CEUs through the NASW, but will not officially know the outcome of that until very close to the date of the summit. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Keynote Speakers:

Dr. Dipesh Navsaria, MPH, MSLIS, MD- Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health, Founding Director of Reach Out and Read Wisconsin
Presenting on early brain and child development, including toxic stress and childhood adversity

Dr. Ryan Herringa, MD, PhD- Assistant Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Wisconsin.
Presenting on his research about post-traumatic stress disorder in the youth population

Breakout Speakers/Presenters:

Scott Webb, LCSW, Trauma-Informed Care Coordinator at DHS- An Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care

Wendy Koch, MS, OTR/L, Sensory Modulation/Trauma-Informed Care Coordinator, Mendota Mental Health Institute- Sensory Interventions for Trauma Survivors

Sagashus Levingston, PhD Candidate, University of Wisconsin Department of English- Panel Discussion featuring the "Infamous Mothers" from her dissertation & upcoming book.

Lori Duzan, LPC, Clinical Director, RISE- Reflective Supervision as a Trauma-Informed Initiative

Melissa Sargent, State Representative 48th Assembly District- Mental Health Advocacy 101- speaking on her efforts to bring Mental Health First Aid to the Wisconsin Capitol and its staff.

Dr. Ellen Goldstein, PhD & Dr. Dimitri Topitzes, PhD- Trauma Screening and Brief Intevention in Primary Care: Translating Trauma Research into Patient Care

Screening of The Mask You Live In with facilitated discussion following screening- More info on the film can be found here .

Traumatizing Effects of Homelessness on Children & Families: an Evicted Panel Discussion featuring: Amy Selenske, Comprehensive Services Director of Reach Dane, Kim Stalker-Herron, MMSD Transition Education Program (TEP), and Jani Koester, TEP Resource Teacher. Facilitated by Victoria Frank, MA, Child Care Specialist, Respite Center at RISE. Note: Reading the Evicted book is not necessary to partake in this breakout!

Will Hutter, LMFT, Director of Edgewood College's Marriage and Family Therapy Program- Trauma & the Gender Spectrum

Fabiola Hamdan, MSSW, Dane County Immigrant Affairs Specialist- Trauma & the Immigrant Population: A Panel Discussion

Timeline for the Day:

8:00-8:45am- Registration/Check-In (*please note: food & beverages are NOT allowed in the auditorium so please arrive early if you wish to enjoy the breakfast food items & coffee provided)
8:45-9:00am-
Welcoming Remarks
9:00-10:15am-
1st Keynote Speaker, Dr. Ryan Herringa
10:30-11:45am-
2nd Keynote Speaker, Dr. Dipesh Navsaria
11:45am-12:45pm- LUNCH
12:45-2:00pm-
1st breakout sessions/presentations
2:00-2:15pm- BREAK
2:15-3:30pm-
2nd breakout sessions/presentations

***American Family Insurance is a completely smoke-free campus- this means smoking is NOT permitted ANYWHERE on American Family Insurance property, including parking lots and outdoor spaces.***

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