Neurobiology of Trauma as it relates to Domestic Violence.

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Training on Implications of trauma for domestic violence survivors and compassion fatigue for professionals.

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Join us for a training that dives into how trauma affects the brain, what that means for survivors, and what compassion fatigue looks like in the social services industry. Lunch will be included in the price of your ticket

About the Guest Speaker : Dr. Christopher Wilson Psy.D

Dr. Chris Wilson is a licensed psychologist from Portland, Oregon. For the past twenty years he’s worked with victims and survivors of trauma. He currently runs Being Trauma Informed (BTI), an organization dedicated to making the science of trauma accessible and practical. Prior to starting BTI, Dr. Wilson had a private practice conducting evaluations and psychotherapy, while also providing training with a focus on domestic violence and sexual assault.

Dr. Wilson is a guest faculty member at the US Army’s Special Victim Capabilities Course, where he teaches military criminal investigators about the neurobiology of trauma. He formerly served as a curriculum consultant for The National Center for Campus Public Safety. He is also the co-author of the article “Understanding The Neurobiology of Trauma and Implications for Interviewing” (an abbreviated version of which was provided for Danish law enforcement in 2017) and “Judges' and Juries' Common Misperceptions About Domestic Violence Victims' Behaviors.”

He’s provided training, plenary, keynote, and breakout sessions for conferences and organizations across the United States, Canada, Italy, and Denmark, including the National District Attorney’s Association, US Department of Justice, the US Department of the Interior, the US Navy, Marine Corps, Army, and Air Force, the US Office for Victims of Crime, End Violence Against Women International, the National Organization for Victim Assistance, the National Crime Victim Law Institute, and the New York Police Department.

Dr. Wilson received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Pacific University in 2002. He was licensed as a psychologist in the state of Oregon in 2005 and for six years served on the Board of the Oregon Psychological Association. He is also a member of the American Psychological Association.

For any questions please email Gina Loh at gina@dvs-snoco.org for information about the event.

Sponsored and Supported By:

Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County

Verdant Health

The Children's Wellness Coalition

**We are giving certificate for 4 hours of training. Not necessarily CEU’s.**

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