SAVE THE DATE
Dan Siegel, M.D.
May 11-12, 2017
AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
CALL FOR PRESENTERS
It is our hope that breakout session presenters will provide an array of expertise on trauma informed systems of care that speak to the varied audience of this conference. Each breakout session will be 75 minutes long and will take place on Friday, May 12, 2017. Please complete the following document and return to Seanna Crosbie (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than 5pm on August 31, 2016.
If selected, up to two presenters for each breakout session will attend the conference at no cost.
The Trauma-Informed Care Consortium of Central Texas (TICC) was established in 2013 through the generous support of St. David's Foundation. TICC, led by Austin Child Guidance Center, brings together professional organizations throughout Central Texas to address the trauma needs of children and families. TICC is made up of a variety of professionals and organizations in Central Texas that work with children - mental health clinicians, school personnel, medical/nursing professionals, occupational/physical therapists, law enforcement, and juvenile justice professionals. The consortium meets quarterly to network, share information, coordinate trainings, as well as to create a trauma-informed newsletter and maintain this website.
The goal of this website is to provide the Central Texas community with information about trauma through online resources and our quarterly newsletter, to clearly present online access to trauma-informed services in the area, and to display a centralized calendar for trauma trainings (these trainings are available for professionals, parents, and others) geared toward those seeking trauma related information in our area.
The Trauma-Informed Care Consortium is not an emergency responder. If you or someone you know is in need of emergency assistance please call 911.
To create a comprehensive trauma-informed community for children, families, and providers through education, outreach and trainings.
Increase knowledge of trauma that impacts children and families within the community
1. Hold quarterly meetings for professionals
2. Recruit a diverse membership
3. Provide a centralized, coordinated effort of trainings, education and outreach to professionals, caregivers and families
4. Improve service delivery to trauma survivors with a focus on children and families
5. Provide opportunities for trauma-related trainings
TICC membership is free and open to the public. To become a member email TICC@austinchildguidance.org.