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Add to My Calendar 09-19-2013 09-19-2013 15 Trauma-Informed Care (Charleston County DSS), Free Training The Joint Council on Children and Adolescents’ Workforce/Training Collaborative is sponsoring free training for Coastal Region Professionals. 50 seat maximum. Fill out my online form . var z7w6m7;(function(d, t) { var s = d.createElement(t), options = { 'userName':'childrensstrustofsc', 'formHash':'z7w6m7', 'autoResize':true, 'height':'466', 'async':true, 'header':'hide', 'ssl':true}; s.src = ('https:' == d.location.protocol ? 'https://' : 'http://') + 'wufoo.com/scripts/embed/form.js'; s.onload = s.onreadystatechange = function() { var rs = this.readyState; if (rs) if (rs != 'complete') if (rs != 'loaded') return; try { z7w6m7 = new WufooForm();z7w6m7.initialize(options);z7w6m7.display(); } catch (e) {}}; var scr = d.getElementsByTagName(t)[0], par = scr.parentNode; par.insertBefore(s, scr); })(document, 'script'); When and Where September 20, 2013 Charleston County DSS Training Room Google map Presenters Kelli Scurry , LMSW DJJ Trauma Initiative & Training Coordinator Christopher Wells , M.Ed. DMH Trauma Initiative Project Director What is trauma-informed care, what is trauma-specific treatment, and what do they have to do with you? If you have any contact with children, adolescents, and their families – as part of your profession or your volunteer work – they have absolutely everything to do with you. This training is open to frontline service providers, family court professionals, school administrators, school teachers, guidance counselors, faith-based groups, law enforcement officers, providers of pediatric medical care, mentors, childcare providers, and those who volunteer with children and adolescents. Participants will: be provided with and will receive training on the “Core Competencies of Trauma-Informed Care for Agencies and Organizations in South Carolina That Serve Children, Adolescents, and Their Families.” receive a detailed explanation of the standards (relevant to trauma) to be expected in terms of knowledge, values and attitudes, communication, practice, organizations and systems, and communities. be given the model for how we all – individuals, professionals, stakeholders, and communities – should respond to children, adolescents, and families who have encountered traumatic events. For more information Susie Williams-Manning , MA., NCAC II Treatment Consultant S.C. Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services 803-896-5981 swilliamsmanning@daodas.sc.gov PDF flyer Charleston County DSS Training Room MM/DD/YYYY

Trauma-Informed Care (Charleston County DSS), Free Training

Date: September 19, 2013
Time: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The Joint Council on Children and Adolescents’ Workforce/Training Collaborative is sponsoring free training for Coastal Region Professionals.

50 seat maximum.

Fill out my online form.

When and Where

September 20, 2013
Charleston County DSS Training Room
Google map

Presenters

Kelli Scurry, LMSW DJJ
Trauma Initiative & Training Coordinator

Christopher Wells, M.Ed. DMH
Trauma Initiative Project Director

What is trauma-informed care, what is trauma-specific treatment, and what do they have to do with you? If you have any contact with children, adolescents, and their families – as part of your profession or your volunteer work – they have absolutely everything to do with you.

This training is open to frontline service providers, family court professionals, school administrators, school teachers, guidance counselors, faith-based groups, law enforcement officers, providers of pediatric medical care, mentors, childcare providers, and those who volunteer with children and adolescents.

Participants will:

  • be provided with and will receive training on the “Core Competencies of Trauma-Informed Care for Agencies and Organizations in South Carolina That Serve Children, Adolescents, and Their Families.”
  • receive a detailed explanation of the standards (relevant to trauma) to be expected in terms of knowledge, values and attitudes, communication, practice, organizations and systems, and communities.
  • be given the model for how we all – individuals, professionals, stakeholders, and communities – should respond to children, adolescents, and families who have encountered traumatic events.

For more information

Susie Williams-Manning, MA., NCAC II
Treatment Consultant
S.C. Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services
803-896-5981
swilliamsmanning@daodas.sc.gov

PDF flyer

Venue: Charleston County DSS Training Room