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Secondary Traumatic Stress

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Charleston County Public Library - Main

68 Calhoun Street

Charleston, SC 29401

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The second part of our two-part continuing education series, "How Trauma Affects Children" will focus on "Secondary Traumatic Stress" as it impacts professionals who work with trauma and caregivers who deal with the trauma experienced by family members. This class, taught by Dr. Libby Ralston, PhD, will count towards 3.5 ceus and is FREE to all attendees. Sponsored by The Lonon Foundation.

Thursday, March 14, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Breakfast provided by Panera.

Parking garage on the ground floor is open during library hours of operation. Parking is free for the first hour and 50 cents per half hour after the first hour.

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Libby Ralston, Ph.D. was the founding director, Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center, an accredited CAC in Charleston, SC. and since retirement serves as the Director Emeritus. Dr. Ralston is clinical faculty, Department of Psychiatry, Medical University of SC., served on the NCA Board, the mental health standard committee, participated in developing the CAC Director’s Guide to Mental Health services and a CAC Director's Tool Kit to implementing the NCA 2017 MH accreditation standard. She currently serves on the South Carolina (SC) Foster Care Health Advisory Committee and is the chair of the SC Children’s Justice Act Task Force.
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