TICC Quarterly Meeting
Friday, February 21, 2018
12pm - 1:30 pm
Presented by Tanya Rollins, MSW
Description: Child welfare advocates, therapists, teachers, and others who work with children and families across the nation have engaged in trauma-informed care conversation for numerous years, yet there has been a missing aspect of the conversation, race-based trauma. What prevents advocates from engaging in this aspect of the conversation? What is race-based trauma? Can we effectively engage families if we are not prepared to deal with the whole person? This workshop will lead participants in a discussion about race-based trauma, the impact on family engagement, and the importance of acknowledging this often ignored type of trauma.
Monday, February 26, 2018
8509 FM 969, Building 1, Austin, TX, 78724
Austin Child Guidance Center (ACGC) offers interactive, engaging and educational trauma trainings that are tailored to the needs of various audiences, including professionals and parents. All trainings include information from the most current, brain-based research on trauma. All trainings incorporate materials from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and National Child Traumatic Stress Network. Trainings are offered by Seanna Crosbie, LCSW, Director of Program and Trauma-Informed Services. Ms. Crosbie has over 15 years of experience working with trauma survivors, Chairs Trauma-Informed Care Consortium of Central Texas, and has trained nearly 1,000 professionals on trauma-informed care both locally and statewide.
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To receive more information or to schedule a training, please contact Seanna Crosbie at SCrosbie@austinchildguidance.org.
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