Trauma 101: Introduction to Trauma Informed Care  3 FREE CEU's

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Trauma 101: Introduction to Trauma Informed Care 3 FREE CEU's

Heighten your awareness on trauma by defining and exploring how it impacts individuals and what you can do to provide support. 3 FREE CEU's

By Sophia Center-Helping Families: Build & Restore

When and where

Date and time

Starts on Monday, June 5 · 1pm EDT


Franciscan Center of Lourdes University 6832 Convent Boulevard Sylvania, OH 43560

About this event

This training is designed to provide an overview and awareness of trauma and trauma-informed care for any member of the community who interacts with individuals and families that may have undergone a traumatic experience or trauma. Trauma 101 focuses on understanding how trauma impacts the body and the brain, how people adapt to trauma, and what we can do as community members and helping professionals to support recovery and resilience

The information presented in this workshop is not intended to train individuals and groups on a specific type of intervention; however, is focused on how we can use a better understanding of trauma to be trauma informed.


• Define toxic stress and different types of trauma

• Identify the basic physiological components and functions of the stress response system

• Understand how trauma and adversity impacts development and how children respond

• Explore coping strategies and the importance of self-care

• Identify essential elements of trauma-informed parenting

• Discuss how resilience and secure attachment helps to buffer trauma

3 CEU's approved by CSWMFT Board

*Please have your License number with you if you need CEU's*

We are offering two standalone dates of the training so when ordering a ticket, you only need to choose the date and time you plan to attend.

Light refreshments will be provided for June 5th training and lunch will be provided for June 9th training.

About the organizer

Sophia Center is a non-profit mental health provider and sponsored ministry of the Sylvania Sisters of St. Francis.

Sophia is located on the campus of Lourdes University and serves as the Counseling Center for Lourdes students

In addition to traditional counseling services we provide a variety of grant funded programs to help families build and restore respectful relationships.

Helping families programming made possible through grant funding from Common Spirit Health.