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Trauma Informed Care...Taking It To The Next Level
Tue, May 23, 2017, 10:00 AM – 3:35 PM PDT
Join us for a FREE special event in our community around Trauma Informed Care!
The day will consist of:
10:00-12:00pm- Keynote Speaker, Sarah Enos Watamura, Ph.D*;
12:15-1:15- Lunch (provided) and Panel Presentation: Trauma Informed Care in the Workplace
1:30-2:30- Breakout Session 1*
2:35-3:35- Breakout Session 2*
Choose two out of the three break out session topics, sessions will repeat for session 1 and 2:
Culture Consideration: How does cultural considerations and the equity lens impact Trauma Informed Care?
Development of Organizational Buy-In: We all know WHAT Trauma Informed Care is but now HOW do we do it? Information and practical tools in implementing Trauma Informed Care?
Reflective Supervision: Trauma Informed Care provides opportunity to adjust supervision style.
*Set 1 Oregon Registry Credits available
Biography of Dr. Sarah Enos Watamura-
Dr. Watamura is a developmental psychobiologist whose research interests center on the antecedents, correlates, and consequences of stress experienced in early childhood. Her work attends in particular to the stress and buffering processes in families with young children, as well as on efforts to prevent and mitigate the costs of stress exposure on health, development and achievement.
She received her Ph.D. from Cornell University in 2005, and currently directs the Child Health & Development Lab and co-directs the Stress, Early Experiences and Development (SEED) Research Center at the University of Denver.