The Tristate Trauma Network is excited to be hosting its 2018 Fall Conference focused on trauma-informed care. Join us to learn from national and local trauma experts and a trauma survivor, Lorraine Whoberry. *CEU application being made for OH Counselors, Social Workers, MFTs and Psychologists and KY Counselors, Social Workers, and Psychologists. Tristate Trauma Network is an approved Category 1 provider in IN, allowing continuing education credit for Social Workers, MFTs, and Mental Health in the state of IN.
Overall Objectives-1. Participants will learn how a shared knowledge in trauma-informed practices can have a significant impact on a community’s well being. 2. Participants will understand the importance and impact of trauma-informed care on the healing journey. 3. Participants will learn a variety of approaches to working with individuals who’ve experienced trauma in different settings.
Featured Speaker: Jim Sporleder retired in 2014 as Principal of Lincoln High School in Walla Walla, WA. Under Jim’s leadership, Lincoln High School became a “Trauma Informed” school, gaining national attention due to a dramatic drop in out of school suspensions, increased graduation rates and the number of students going on to post-secondary education. These dramatic changes at Lincoln caught the attention of Jamie Redford, who spent a year filming the documentary, Paper Tigers, which tells the Lincoln story. The documentary was released at the May 2015 Seattle International Film Festival and received positive reviews.
Jim is currently working as a trauma-informed coach / consultant as well as a trainer with the Community Resilience Initiative, based in Walla Walla. His travels as consultant, keynote speaker, presenter and trainer have taken him all over the United States.
Lorraine will share her story of trauma and grief and overcoming the many obstacles of surviving such a horrific tragedy.
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S.T.A.C.I.E. Foundation Team