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The conference aims to develop and build trauma knowledge and competencies across disciplines, professions and workforce sectors including:
- Young Children (ages 0-5)
- K-12 Schools and Systems
- Justice System
- Child Welfare
- Higher Education
- Community Members (Caregivers, Parents, Block Captains, among others)
- Philanthropic Supporters
- Faith Based (Leaders, Organizations: Will attend the day 1 workshops with those in the community track)
- Policy Makers and Advocates (Will attend the day 1 workshops which best align with their duties and interests)
Day 1 of the Conference
Monday, July 23, 2018
Participants will engage in discipline-specific trauma training workshops alongside peers and experts in their professional discipline / domain. Participants will choose from one of the following discipline-specific learning tracks
- Young Child (0-5)*
- K-12 Education (K12)
- Medicine/Health (MED)
- Clinical Mental Health (MH)
- Justice System (JS)
- Child Welfare(WEL)
- Philanthropy (PHIL)
- Community and Faith Based (COM)
*The Young Child (0-5) track is appropriate for providers invested in the social-emotional health of children ages 0-5, including early interventionists, child care providers, infant mental health clinicians, and pediatricians.
**Policy Makers and Advocates will have the opportunity to indicate which of the above learning tracks best align with their professional duties.
Concurrent Sessions: Days 2 and 3 of the Conference
Tuesday and Wednesday, July 24 and 25, 2018
Participants will be exposed to innovative trauma practice models, applications, special topics/populations, poster sessions, self-care sessions and more. Sessions will be interprofessional. Three groups of concurrent sessions will be held, allowing flexibility of scheduling and exposure to a wide range of topics and materials.
Interprofessional Afternoon Sessions (Days 1-3 of Conference):
Participants will engage in interprofessional case conceptualization and practice. Participants will emerge with enhanced trauma knowledge and skills, with a greater understanding of the role of other professions in integrated care, and with increased motivation and capacity to apply learning in practice.