Tagged With "Trauma Informed"

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Community advocates and Bay Area county health agencies work together on trauma-informed systems change

The talk around the table is not what one might expect when community advocates begin a meeting with county health officials. “I went into this [work] through my own lived experience of trauma and family addiction,” said Toni DeMarco, the deputy director of children’s services for San Mateo County Health System. Rocsana Enriquez, who teaches yoga to teens in juvenile hall in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties and in high schools for the Palo Alto-based Art of Yoga Project , chimed in. “I’m...
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Trauma-Informed Care from Strategies 2.0

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Steph Ciganovich ·
I was wondering if there was anyone other then myself; who had tried the RSVP for the Woodland event and noticed that the date on the site differs from the one on this event announcement. On this announcement its Feb. 13th but the site connected to link says Yolo County is part of the Capital groupings and is scheduled for February 9th.. And I believe i saw it was being held in Fairfield in Solano County
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HI Steph- the training on Feb 9th is on Fires/Floods/Earthquakes: Resiliency in the face of disaster. Over this last year, many in our region have been impacted by natural disasters, including fires and floods. Given the heightened awareness and interest, now is the time for a conversation with the experts about remaining resilient. And is being held in Fairfield. I dont see the TI training anymore -it seems that when a session is full it disappears. I am going to see if someone from...
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Steph- There is another box for Trauma-informed Care - scroll down. Looks like there is plenty of space for the training in Woodland! https://strategiesca.asentialms.com/catalog/
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Helping Traumatized Children Learn 2: Creating and Advocating for Trauma-Sensitive Schools

  I am reposting from ACEs in Education group a manual on Trauma-sensitive schools from Massachusetts.   The release of Helping Traumatized Children Learn 2 represents an exciting next step in the evolution of the cultural movement to...
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RESOURCE: How to Implement Trauma-informed Care to Build Resilience to Childhood Trauma

Bonnie Berman ·
This brief summarizes current research and promising practices for implementing TIC to support the well-being of children exposed to trauma and help them reach their full potential. The brief begins with an overview of the nature, prevalence, and impact of childhood trauma, followed by a discussion of related risk factors associated with poor child outcomes and protective factors that support resilience. In addition, we present a framework for understanding and implementing trauma-informed...
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Bringing Trauma-Informed Yoga into Mental Health Clinical Practice

Julie Langston ·
PESI, which does continuing education seminars, conferences, in-house training, webcasts and products for mental health professionals, is offering a trauma informed yoga information for mental health practitioners in our area. When: Monday, January 16, 2017 at 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Where: CROWNE PLAZA SACRAMENTO NORTHEAST, 5321 DATE AVENUE SACRAMENTO,CA 95841 Cost: $219.99 Single Registration $199.99 Single Registration Advance Price (ends 12/27/2016) $199.99 2+ Group Rate: per person For more...
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New Prevention Institute Report Offers Framework for Preventing Community Trauma, Building Resilience

Julia Wei ·
A new Prevention Institute report, featured Wednesday in USA Today , offers a groundbreaking framework for understanding the relationship between community trauma and violence. In doing so, the report provides insight into how we can overcome the inequities that contribute to a cycle of inner-city gun violence, poverty, unemployment, and poor health in communities of color. As additional treatment models are developed for individual trauma, there is a growing need for addressing trauma as a...
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UCD Becoming Trauma Informed

Julie Langston ·
UCD Trauma Informed Beginnings Students, staff and YRN members met recently to brainstorm on strategies for helping UCD become a Trauma Informed Campus. Several groups, organizations and individuals were recognized and will be contacted over the summer to help identify what is currently happening on the UCD campus’, what is needed, and what’s the next steps are toward creating a Trauma Informed Campus. Defining a Trauma Informed University is one of the first steps. Although many schools,...
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This is great, Julie! A couple of questions: Who attended the meeting? And when was it? What TI practices are being implemented now? And do they include educating people about ACEs science? Cheers, Jane
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The Future of Healing: Shifting From Trauma Informed Care to Healing Centered Engagement [Medium.com]

Naketta Lowery ·
I wanted to share some points to ponder in the article below... The Future of Healing: Shifting From Trauma Informed Care to Healing Centered Engagement Shawn Ginwright Ph.D. From time to time, researchers, policy makers, philanthropy and practitioners all join together in a coordinated response to the most pressing issues facing America’s youth. I’ve been involved with this process for long enough to have participated in each of these roles. I recall during the early 1990s experts promoted...
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Re: The Future of Healing: Shifting From Trauma Informed Care to Healing Centered Engagement [Medium.com]

I found this article to have a lot of info in it in a easily digestable and actionable format.
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Barbara Jones Stern ·
I believe that this is an incredibly important positive and holistic "reframe" that could even work in a medical system. We are all in this together as no one that I know is without trauma. It also provides a parallel process for providers, clients, and community members and allows for the spiritual and creative. Thank you, Shawn!!
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Trauma Informed Practice workshops!

Bonnie Berman ·
Level 1/Day 1 Trauma Informed Practice: Fostering Resilient Learners. This day (October 25th) is for first time participants. Level 2/Day 2 Fostering a Trauma Sensitive Learning Environment. Sign up for Day 2 (October 26th) for additional, in-depth content. These workshops are sponsored by Yolo Co. Office of Education and Cal ASCD with Presenter Kristin Souers, MA LMHC. Dates: October 25 and October 26 Time: 8:30am - 3:00pm Yolo Co. Office of Education - 1280 Santa Anita Court Woodland, CA...
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Trauma Informed Practice workshops!

Bonnie Berman ·
Level 1/Day 1 Trauma Informed Practice: Fostering Resilient Learners. This day (October 25th) is for first time participants. Level 2/Day 2 Fostering a Trauma Sensitive Learning Environment. Sign up for Day 2 (October 26th) for additional, in-depth content. These workshops are sponsored by Yolo Co. Office of Education and Cal ASCD with Presenter Kristin Souers, MA LMHC. Dates: October 25 and October 26 Time: 8:30am - 3:00pm Yolo Co. Office of Education - 1280 Santa Anita Court Woodland, CA...
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Trauma and the Body: an Introduction to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy workshop

Bonnie Berman ·
November 3rd, 2018--9am-Noon in Davis; with Catherine LeBlanc, LMFT Come and get a taste of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy approach to trauma treatment! This workshop will be a fun, informative, and interactive introduction to this body-oriented talk therapy developed in the 1980s by Pat Ogden. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is based on attachment and neuroscience research, the Hakomi Method of somatic psychotherapy, the Rolf Method of Structural Integration, and the theory of trauma-related...
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Four free webinars from Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR)

Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR) is offering four free webinars from January 12-20th on When Terrible Things Happen: Helping yourself and your community address trauma and build resilience.  https://carolynyoder.leadpages...webinar-information/   These webinars offer: Insights that will help you keep going when the going gets tough. Knowledge and skills of a trauma-informed lens to increase the impact you and your organization have.
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Trauma-Responsive Schools Conference in Southern California

Emily Read Daniels ·
HERE this NOW is proud to bring its Trauma-Responsive Schools Conference to California, October 23 – 25, 2019, at the stunning Temecula Creek Inn in Temecula, CA (2 hours north of San Diego; 3-hours south of Los Angeles). This is not a typical conference. Participants will be actively engaged in an immersive experience, rendering more growth - personal and professional. Five diversely skilled and experienced pioneers of trauma-informed schools change are coming together for first time, to...
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Trauma Sensitive Yoga offerings in Davis

Dion Wiedenhoefer ·
Located in Davis, herSpace offers private sessions and small group interoceptive yoga classes as a healing modality for the treatment of trauma, secondary trauma for caregivers and general well-being for all. A guided meditation and intention setting class is also on the weekly schedule. The practice of yoga from a trauma-informed perspective, is an empirically validated method of bringing your body into the healing process, to integrate and transcend the effects of trauma. The concept of...
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National Council Webinar: Organizational Approaches to Effective Trauma-Informed Services - Slides included!

I viewed this webinar a couple of weeks ago and found it quite useful. https://www.thenationalcouncil...ars/webinar-archive/ Scroll down to find Organizational Approaches to Effective Trauma-Informed Services   Cheryl Sharp, Senior Advisor for...
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Nadine Burke Harris: How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime [16 min]

 From TED Talks: Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up. Pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and parents struggling with mental health or substance abuse...
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Understanding Addiction, Trauma and Recovery Conference

Clay Rojas ·
If you want to be part of educating the faith community about Trauma, ACEs, Addiction and Recovery, then please consider attending this dynamic one day conference in Auburn, CA with Dr. Jessica Rodriguez. CEUs available. Please contact Clay Rojas with any questions: clay.rojas@jessup.edu https://www.eventbrite.com/e/understanding-addiction-trauma-and-recovery-for-christian-leaders-conference-tickets-37279340511?aff=es2
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Working Towards a Truama Informed Criminal Justice System

Emily Kochly ·
In December of 2015 Yolo County Sheriff’s Office applied for SAMHSA’s “How Being Trauma Informed Improves Criminal Justice System Responses Train-the-Trainer” event (http://www.samhsa.gov/gains-center/trauma-training-criminal-justice-professionals). With the support of Yolo Probation, Yolo Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA), Yolo County Administrator’s Office (CAO), the Yolo County Board of Supervisors, Yolo District Attorney, Yolo Public Defender, and Municipal Police Chiefs we were...
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Could We Have a Revolution in the Lives of Teachers and Students?

Rebecca Pepper Sinkler- former editor of The New York Times Book Review and editor of SafeKidsStories shares the perspective of staff who attended a course given by the Institute for Family Professionals (IFP) , an organization based in Philadelphia that, since 2003, has provided training for professionals who work with children and families. Using recent research on brain theory and the effects of childhood trauma, IFP provides researched and proven best practices on topics such as...
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April 5 conference program

Save The Date!   Saturday April 5, 2014   Twentieth Anniversary Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Conference   9:00 am to 5:00 pm Veterans' Memorial Center 203 E 14th Street, Davis CA 95616 Conference is free -- no cost, no registration....
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I'd like to wrap up the day by doing a 10-minute overview of what other communities across the U.S. are doing, and then issue a challenge to the conference participants to make Yolo County the first trauma-informed county in California. What do you think?
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Tracy Fauver ·
I really like your idea of the wrap up Jane. Only wonder if ten minutes will be enough?
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Maybe we use the 4:30-5 pm for my short presentation, and then ask for ideas from the participants, set the next meetup date....maybe that one will be more formal???? What do y'all think?
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I added Cherie Schroeder's layout to the end. Don't worry about the text in there...it's the original. Just OK the layout. And once we get the text set, then Cherie, will you copy and paste and send a version to Gail, so that she can print it out for her meeting on Wednesday? I can send a version to Shaunda for the Feb 4-5 workshops. -- J.
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For the panel: Did we decide on these four people? If so, I'll begin assembling. Alissa Sykes - Division Manager, Child Welfare Services - alissa.sykes@cws.state.ca.us Shaunda Cruz - Juvenile Program Manager, Yolo County Probation Department - shaunda.cruz@yolocounty.org Karleen Watson - Adolescent Services Supervisor, CommuniCare Health Centers, Behavioral Health Program - karleenw@communicarehc.org Cherie Schroeder, Instruction Specialist/Program Director, Foster & Kinship Care...
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Andrea W. Ransdell ·
I think we should change it to "registration optional" because most years had people who wanted to register even though they didn't want CEU's. They mailed in the registration form even though it said "no registration". When I told them they didn't need to, they always explained that they wanted to make sure they had a seat reserved. What do you think?
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Andrea W. Ransdell ·
I started the process for Alliant University to sponsor the CEU's.
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Andrea W. Ransdell ·
Something very important: we are required to put the IVAT logo on all marketing materials. I put it on my version of the flyer, in the bottom corner, and changed the bottom line to "Co-sponsors include Yolo County CASA and IVAT" followed by the logo.
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Andrea W. Ransdell ·
Here is the pdf for the flyer I am using for now. It has the IVAT logo on it. Save the Date April 5 ISSB draft
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Re: Treating Stress and Trauma With Mindfulness [HuffingtonPost.com]

This information is so timely! Is there a way to share it on the Sonoma County ACES Connection page too?
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Treating Stress and Trauma With Mindfulness [HuffingtonPost.com]

READ TH I S FOR LOTS OF RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS!!!! Mindfulness is a committed, concerted, targeted practice -- a life skill. While pausing for a few deep breaths may make you feel better in the moment, practicing and training regularly will allow you...
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Trainings by Solano First Five and A Better Way

Bonnie Berman ·
Please see the attached training schedule from the The Children's Network of Solano County. Trainings include information about brain development, stress, and trauma.
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The Campaign to Heal Childhood Trauma is coming!

Thomas Ahern ·
Maybe you have heard about this initiative on one of the social networks or you followed the tour last year. If not, The Campaign to Heal Childhood Trauma is a grassroots partnership between Calo Programs and three leading, national attachment, trauma and adoption nonprofits; The Attachment and Trauma Network (ATN), The American Adoption Congress (AAC) and Association for Training on Trauma and Attachment in Children (ATTACh). The purpose of this collaboration is to increase compassion and...
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The bus is coming to Sacramento!!!! Lets show up!
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Laili McGrew ·
https://gathr.us/screening/22371 I’m hosting it April 4th at the F street theater.The link has a trailer to watch and is where tickets can be purchased. > On Mar 7, 2018, at 3:52 PM, ACEsConnection < communitymanager@acesconnection.com > wrote: > >
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Re: National Council Webinar: Organizational Approaches to Effective Trauma-Informed Services - Slides included!

Thanks for posting this webinar- I just found time to listen to it this morning. It is extraordinarily helpful! The more I learn about trauma informed care, it gives me a vocabulary for some of the observations I made when counseling children years ago, and again now that I am a CASA advocate and spend time learning about child welfare services. The speakers make excellent points about how an understanding of both ACES and trauma informed care needs to impact how providers conceive of, and...
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Re: National Council Webinar: Organizational Approaches to Effective Trauma-Informed Services - Slides included!

Donielle, glad you liked the webinar. For those that are interseted in the slides, i just attached them as well.
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Trauma-Informed Care: Opportunities for High-Need, High-Cost Medicaid Populations

See link for a Brief from the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) which provides an introduction to trauma-informed care and how it can be adopted to better serve Medicaid populations with some examples from across the country....
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Self-Care - Mobile Apps and more

Developed out of Trauma Informed Oregon, find lots of innovative ways to take care of ourselves with this cool resou rce  o f mobile apps for self care.  http://traumainformedoregon.or...-apps-for-self-care/     And take a...
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Real Life Resilience Champions 2.0

Andi Fetzner ·
By: Andi Fetzner PsyD The recent appointment of Nadine Burke Harris as California’s first Surgeon General represents exciting opportunities for increased leadership and momentum around issues related to ACEs and toxic stress. But you don’t have to be a surgeon general to be a Resilience Champion. Anyone who is using (or who wants to use) a trauma-informed and resilience-building approach to lead change can make a difference! But what does it mean to be a Resilience Champion? I’m often asked...
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From our own Lori Chelius! And i recognize a few folks in the pictures
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