Presented by the Campaign for Trauma-informed Policy and Practice, the National Prevention Science Coalition to Improve Lives, & PACEs Connection
CTIPP's mission is to create a healthy, just, resilient, and trauma-informed society where all individuals, families, and communities have the social, political, cultural, economic, and spiritual opportunities and support necessary to thrive. To learn more about CTIPP, visit: https://www.ctipp.org
NPSC's mission is to prevent social ills and promote wellbeing by translating scientific knowledge into effective and sustainable practices, systems and policies. To learn more about the NPSC, visit: https://www.npscoalition.org
PACEs Connection's mission is to be the human and digital catalyst that grows and supports the worldwide PACEs and resilience movement, and tells its authentic stories. To learn more about the PACEs Connection, visit: https://www.acesconnectioninfo.com
The Building a National Movement to Prevent Trauma and Foster Resilience: Workshop Series will bring experts from sectors across the country to accelerate the movement by providing stakeholders, advocates and practitioners with the tools necessary to encourage and assist systems in every community in integrating trauma-informed, resilience-focused, and healing-centered approaches and principles into their daily operations, thereby making America trauma-informed.
Values, principles, and priorities threaded throughout the workshops include an emphasis on:
In this 8-workshop series we will cover:
Registration is fast & easy - just register once and attend any of the 8 workshops!
Building the Movement in the Education and Health Care Systems
January 21, 2022 - 1pm-5pm ET/10am-2pm PT
Breakout Zoom Room Info:
Meeting ID: 817 9558 1220
Panel 1: Educational System - (Led by Lee Johnson III, Senior Policy Analyst for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health at Zero to Three)
- Iheoma Iruka, Research Professor in Public Policy and Director of Equity Research Action Coalition at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
David Adams, Chief Executive Office of the Urban Assembly.
Karen Oehme, Research Associate at Institute for Family Violence Studies, Florida State University
Dana Milakovic, Mental Health Specialist, Alcohol and Other Drug Specialist and Trauma Lead in the Pennsylvania State Department of Education
Debbie Watson, Principal at Sunset Elementary, Newton Public Schools, Kansas
Panel 2: Health Care Systems - (Led by Dr. Sandra Bloom)
- Dr. Stan Sonu, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics, and Public Health/Preventive Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine
- Dr. Laura Jana, Pediatrician, Health Communicator and Author, Adjunct Faculty at The Pennsylvania State University
- Dr. Sandra Bloom, Health Management and Policy at Drexel University and Co-Founder of the Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice
- Dr. Angela Diaz, Professor of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Environmental Medicine and Public Health, and Global Health at the Icahn School of Medicine and Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center
Maggie Bennington-Davis, Chief Medical Officer at Health Share of Oregon
Marsha Morgan, Founder and CEO of Resilience Builders
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Q: Will the workshops be recorded and shared?
A: Yes! Every workshop is recorded and will be sent to everyone who registered. Recordings will also become available on the NPSC website and possibly other organizations.
Q: Are CEU's available? How do I receive them?
A: Possibly. The NPSC is in the process of reviewing each workshop individually and if approved by the educational committee, the workshop will provide CE credits once the participant passes the required quizzes. The cost for each workshop is to be determined. If the workshops are approved, registrants will be notified via email about the option for CE credits and next steps.
Q: Are there certificates given?
A: We are not providing certificates for participation; however, if CE credits are approved and one decides to receive them, a certificate will be given for CE credits.
Q: Are these workshops participatory or can I listen by phone?
A: Attendees have the choice to attend by computer or listen by phone.
Q: Do I have to attend all 8 workshops?
A: No, we understand life happens. That is why we record them.
Q: Can I have the PowerPoints used in the workshop?
A: Yes! All materials used and additional resources will be shared along with the recordings via email to those who registered.
What to expect during a workshop:
The workshops are designed explicitly to build momentum; thus, each workshop is held every 2 weeks on Friday for half a day from 1:00 - 5:00 ET. Breaks and participant engagement will be built into each workshop and there will be an optional hour from 5:00 - 6:00 pm for structured debriefing (a happy hour for networking). Generally, with exceptions of the first and final workshops, there will be two 75-minute panels per workshop, each providing guidance on how to infuse trauma-informed (TI) approaches into key sectors across communities. Before each panel, an expert from the sector will set the stage for panelists. The format for each panel will be:
A moderator who will introduce the panelists and subject matter for 5 minutes,
4 panelists (with a few exceptions) for 15 minutes each (12 minutes each for panels with 5 participants), and
10 minutes for Q&A at the end
Themes threaded across all workshops:
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Strength-Based, not Deficits Model
Opportunities for Youth
Individuals, Families, and Communities
Workshop objectives are to:
Learn how community coalitions (existing and newly formed) can play an active role in making their agencies, institutions, and organizations trauma-informed (TI);
Identify successful TI programs and how they can be embedded in each sector and for any given groups in your community;
Know where to find resources that can guide implementation and evaluation of TI policies/practices;
Learn how to communicate with decision makers in each sector and with stakeholders in your community about TI practices and policies;
Further reinforce the need for TI mindsets, systems and policies by allowing participants to share their stories of trauma and resilience.