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Tuesday, July 24,2018

Note: Preliminary Schedule.  Final schedule may include additional concurrent sessions, and some sessions may be moved to different time-slots.

Concurrent Sessions 8:30 AM-10:00 AM (Click on arrow for list of sessions and descriptions)

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Enough Abuse: Strategies for Family & Community – Tawyna Hughes, Pro Action of Steuben & Yates

Trauma and Play: Helping our Kids be Kids – Rachel Miller, Playworks

Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health: Supporting the workforce in PA through I/ECMH Endorsement®- Stacey Carpenter, Psy.D., Family Practice & Counseling Network; Una Majmudar, MSW, LCSW, The Health Federation of Philadelphia

Borderline Personality Disorder and Co-occurring Disorders: Breaking Down Effective Treatment for a Complex Client – Melissa O’Neill, LCSW, Timberline Knolls

A Trauma Informed Approach to Supervision: Bringing what works for those we serve to our co-workers and those we supervise – Minna Davis, MA, NCC, LPC, Laurel House

A Family Systems Approach to Treating Trauma and Addiction –  Patricia T. Caldwell, MFT, LPC, CCDPD, CCTP, CAADC, Recovery Center of America

Self-Care Rx: 7 Steps to Start, Strengthen & Sustain a Self Care Practice – Jessica Begley, Office of Child Advocate

Trauma Responsive Teaching Strategies: Develop Your Toolkit – Tawanna Jones-Morrison, Ed.S., Philadelphia Federation of Teachers

Supervision Approach in a Multidisciplinary Team – Jennifer Goldberg, LSW, MEd; B. Matty Lehman, MSS, LSW; Erica W. Rand, MSW, Med, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Adolescent Initiative Department

Intergenerational Trauma and Resilience Project – Pamela Scott, Ph.D., LISW-S & Jesse A. Schroeder, The Buckeye Ranch

Feeling Again: Integrating Mindfulness and Yoga into trauma work – Anne Miller-Uueda, MSS, LSW, & Emily P. Cox, Women Organized Against Rape

Storiez: A Feelingz Guide – Meagan Corrado, PhD., Storiez Trauma Narratives

Facing the Impact of Trauma Treatment: Art Making for Self-Reflection & Self-Preservation – Mindy Jacobson-Levy, MCAT, ATR-BC, LPC, Private Practice

Building a Trauma Informed Police Department Through Community Collaboration – Jaclyn Wallen, MA, LCPC  &  Meghan Meyer, Ed.D, Youth Crossroads, Inc.; Commander Vincent Acevez, Cicero Police Department

The Philadelphia Alliance for Child Trauma Services (PACTS): the Evolution of Trauma-Informed City-wide Child Trauma Initiative – Arturo Zinny LPC, MA, PACTS; Kamilah Jackson MD, MPH, Community Behavioral Health (CBH); Briana Shiri Last, MA, PhD Candidate, University of Pennsylvania; Brittany N. Rudd, PhD, Center for Mental Health Policy & services Research

Trauma Informed Response and Interview for the Justice System – Justin Boardman, Boardman Training & Consulting 

Optional Self-Care Sessions 10:00 AM- 10:30 AM

Concurrent Sessions 10:30 AM- 12:00 PM (Click on arrow for list of sessions and descriptions)

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Bringing Community Members Together through Trauma Psychoeducation, Mindfulness and Art – Kimberly Abel-Loustau, LCSW, RYT-200; Virginia Harr, LCSW, Family Practice & Counseling Network

The Community Resilience Model: Skill Building for Life – Monica Sullivan, M.ED, Health Federation of Philadelphia; Kalma Kartell White, M.Ed., CPRPn BHTEN; Katherine Connelly, Psy.D, Temple University

Healing Hearts and Improving Childhood Outcomes: Looking Through a Trauma Informed Lens in Early Childhood Programs – Gina Hernandez, MA & Christine Conklin, Prevent Child Abuse-NJ

Trauma-Informed Care as a Pediatric Health System: Promising Early Results – Tricia Schutz, MSW, LCSW & Heather Paradis, MD, MPH, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

Secondhand Trauma and Self-Sustaining Strategies for Juvenile Justice Professionals – Leslie Faith Jones, Esq., Montgomery County Office of the Public Defender; Nicole Mountney, MFT, LMFT, George Junior Republic’s Preventative Aftercare; Nyne Sellers, Communities In Schools of Philadelphia Education Center

A New Clinical Tool for Disrupting Intergenerational Patterns of Trauma through the Generational Lenses of Disorganized Attachment – Rita DeMaria, Ph.D, LMFT, CST; Briana M. Bogue, MFT; Council for Relationships; Nina Fortuna, MFT, Child Guidance Resource Centers

Self-Acceptance: Creating Narrative by Trauma Survivors through Art Therapy Group Work – Monica Sánchez, LCAT, LSA Health Family Service

Challenges and Approaches to Working with Women Struggling in Addiction – Heather Sheldon, LCSW, Carson Valley Children’s Aid

Grit, Determination and Resilience: Creating Trauma-Sensitive Classrooms  – Colleen Lelli, Ed.D, Cabrini University

Mitigating and Preventing Vicarious Trauma for Survivor Mentors Working with Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) and Youth: Lessons from The Open Doors Outreach Network in Florida – A new model for front line staff support – Lynne Harris,MPH, LPC, ATR; Maryum M. Khan, MPH, Ph.D Candidate, Voices for Florida

The Truth About Trauma Sensitive Practices in Schools: It’s Not for the Faint of Heart – Judith Norman, MA, MS, LPC, RPT-S, Braindrops Play Therapy & Wellness

Stress-Less Initiative: A Trauma-informed Group Model to Reduce Secondary Traumatic Stress – Laura Vega, LCSW, MSW & Caroline A. Menapace, MSW, LSW, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Network of Neighbors Responding to Violence – Yolanda Hughes, MSW & Kamela Johnson, Network of Neighbors Responding to Violence, Community Behavioral Health

Education and Advocacy at Women Against Abuse: How one domestic violence organization uses trauma-informed services, youth education, technical assistance and public advocacy to build capacity in communities – Sharon Rice, LSW & Kristen B. Matteucci, Women Against Abuse

Clinically Effective Ways to Address Grief with Families Who Have Experienced Previous Trauma – Angelle Richardson, Ph.D., LPC, Extended Hearts Family

S.E.L.F.: A Resilience Approach for Youth & Young Adults in Urban America- Patricia Cobb-Richardson, MS, Behavoral Health System Baltimore

Fostering Futures: A State-Based Approach to Trauma-Informed Care – Carol Howard & Laurene Gramling Lambach, Fostering Futures

Lunch 12:00 PM -12:45 PM

Keynote Address- Howard Stevenson, PhD 1:00 PM- 2:30 PM

Optional Self-care Sessions 2:30 PM- 3:00 PM 

Interprofessional Module 2 3:00 PM- 4:30 PM