Trauma Informed Care Training
Dr. Vicky Kelly said trauma informed care is a shift in the basic questions that we ask.
A shift away from the question, "What is wrong with you?" to the question, "What happened to you, and how does that impact how you function today?"
In this training you will learn the different types of trauma that people experience, common triggers for people with traumatic histories, and how trauma impacts people's decisions and actions.
You will also learn:
- 6 key principles of a trauma informed approach.
- How to build trust with those who have experienced trauma.
- How to empower clients to make positive healthy decisions.
- The universal precautions approach.
- How to have a trauma informed conversations and interactions.
- Person centered communication, and more!
Finally, get ready for a comfortable and interactive training with live polls that will help you improve as a trauma informed professional and agency.
Date: Wednesday, April 12th, 2023
Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Central, 10:30 am - 12:00 Mountain, 9:30 am - 11:00 am Pacific
Cost: $10/person or $500 for your entire agency (every person you register above 50 is free)
CEUs: This training qualifies for 1.5 CEUs for social work, nursing, behavioral health, and more depending on the rules of your state's board.
Note: The live webinar will get recorded and made available for 90 days.
About the Speaker: Josh Dye
Josh is the President & Founder of the Convene Training + Resilience Community.
Since 2010 he has provided trauma informed care, and training to professionals that serve the following types of clients who have experienced trauma: People with low incomes that are experiencing homelessness and housing instability, individuals with mental illness and other mental health challenges, people with physical disabilities, people with substance use disorders, individuals in the criminal justice system, refugees, children experiencing trauma, and more.
Attendees in over 1,500 of his presentations have learned how to harness the courage to lead, create, have tough conversations, maximize precious time, and leverage moments of failure for meaningful growth.
What separates Josh apart from other speakers and trainers is how he combines practical, actionable tips with inspiration and motivation. He doesn’t just tell you what to do, he charts the course for how to do it. Josh authentically speaks from his own experiences, benefiting audiences with lessons from both his successes and gut-wrenching failures.
In 2006 Josh earned a Bachelor's Degree in Housing Studies from the University of Minnesota. In 2010 he earned a Master's Degree in Public & Nonprofit Administration from Metropolitan State University.