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New Report Explores Top Social Determinants

This article originally appeared on RACMonitor News 2/10/21 “Permission to republish this article was granted by RACmonitor“ It’s just February, but a steady stream of reports and surveys touting the top social determinants of health (SDoH) and mental health (SDoMH) for 2021 have already begun to appear. First up is the 2021 Consumer Sentiments and Insights Survey by The Root Cause Coalition , an organization co-founded by AARP Foundation and ProMedica. The survey was conducted online last...

Washington Youth Flex Lobbying Might on Rights of Native Americans, Homelessness and Foster Youth []

By Elizabeth Amon, The Imprint, February 1, 2021 When teens and young adults who’ve lived through homelessness and foster care gather this year to tell Washington state policymakers what their peers need most, the youth advocates will have three priorities: they want lawyers for every foster child, a task force to focus on the experience of Native Americans and better support for the newly independent. The youth advocates, ages 13 to 25, represent seven local chapters of The Mockingbird...

Join the Compassion in Therapy Summit: A Free Online Training with Awake Network January 30th—February 3

The free 2021 Compassion in Therapy Summit co-produced by The Awake Network and The Center for Mindful Self-Compassion begins Saturday, January 30th! If you or someone you care about is a therapist, social worker, clinician, psychologist, counselor, or anyone else working in mental health or you want to learn more about applying self-compassion to your own well-being, please check it out below and help spread the word! Join this FREE online event and learn mindfulness, self-compassion, and...

Learning opportunities: A New Year Deserves A New Look at the Science of Trauma

A New Year Deserves A New Look at the Science of Trauma Many educators and Trauma Trainers have praised our addition of the Predicting Brain theory to our Course 1: Trauma-Informed Training. For years, trauma-informed training has included some version of the neuroscience based on the Triune Brain theory . Sense our shift to the Predicting Brain theory, we have been asked how we reconcile the two approaches. In her new book, 71/2 Lessons about the Brain , Lisa Feldman Barrett states, “we...

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CRI Trauma-Informed Training for Trainers Course 1 Webinar - 4 part Course

Trauma-Informed Training for Trainers is a course that prepares individuals to conduct CRI’s Trauma-Informed Certification Program, Course 1 in his or her organization or agency. Attendee must have taken CRI’s Trauma-Informed Certification Course 1 as a prerequisite for this course.

This online 4 Part [3 hours per part] Course will be held via Zoom on 4 Consecutive Thursdays. August 29th, September 5, September 12, and September 19th, 2019.  7:00am to 10:00am (PST) each day.

Attendees will learn to deliver material consistent with relevant research. They will receive training tips to present everything from the N.E.A.R. Sciences, Brain States, and CRI’s signature R.O.L.E.S. Training; a research-based approach to responding to trauma. This acclaimed training for trainers also introduces individuals to ECTcellence, a trauma-informed instructional framework to effectively and efficiently facilitate the learning process.  

Only 20 tickets available for this training!

Cost: $400 per person and includes 12 hours of dynamic training 

Please note that this training takes place on August 8 & 22, 2019 from 7am - 10am (PST) for 12 hours of training. You must attend all 4 parts of the training to complete the course. Information is not repeated.

Full Information & Tickets Here

September In Person Trainings

Introducing CRI's Trauma-Informed Care Training BOOT CAMP! An exciting week [September 23-26, 2019] of CRI training including Course 1, Course 2 and Course 3. Participants can attend a single course or sign up for all three. The Courses will be conducted in order starting with Course 1 on Monday, Course 2 on Tuesday and Course 3 on Wednesday and Thursday. There are limited number of tickets for each course, so register for you ticket now.

IMPORTANT: Course 1 is a prerequisite for Courses 2 and/or 3.

Boot Camp Details

September 23-26, 2019

Location: Red Lion Hotel in Pasco, Washington

Light breakfast and lunch will be served.

Registration each morning at 8:30am Courses start at 9:00am and end at 4:00pm each day

Course 1 begins Monday September 23, 2019 with registration at 8:30am, and course running 9am-4pm

Course 2 begins Tuesday September 24, 2019 with registration at 8:30am, and course running 9am-4pm

Course 3 begins Wednesday September 25, 2019 with registration at 8:30am, and sessions running 9am-4pm and continues on Thursday September 26, 2019 9am-4pm

BOOT CAMP Information & Tickets Here
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