Leading from the Inside Out: Strengthening Response through Trauma Informed Care
Sergeant Jessica R.K. Crowley CPC, CH, CBSP - Crisis Intervention Specialist/Coordinator, Bartlett Police Department
Thursday, August 23, 2018
12-1 PM - Lunch and Networking
1-3 PM - Workshop
Hanover Township Senior Center
240 South Illinois Route 59
Bartlett, IL 60103
The integration of Trauma Informed Care is the trend in schools for faculty and recently with students. Trauma Informed Care is quickly spreading to other professions having an influence in the integration of life skills, knowledge, resiliency and personal growth of adolescents. This presentation covers an overview of the value of Trauma Informed Care as well as a unique blend of exercises which create awareness around individualized perspective, judgement, mood, values and beliefs to name a few, and compared to the adolescents ability to do the same. The core competencies of leadership from within help strengthen the influence that professionals have working with persons who have experienced trauma. This helps create opportunity and growth as well as promotes resiliency for those who have experienced trauma.
- Explain the importance of Trauma Informed Care and the impact of acute and chronic trauma
- Describe ways in which a provider/professional can influence a person who has experienced trauma
- Identify ways to recognize trauma
- Summarize the various ways of building the leader within when striving to strengthen the effectiveness of care
Two continuing education hours will be awarded for Illinois Social Workers and Professional Counselors. Registration deadline is August 20, 2018.