Trauma-informed Care

The purpose of this webinar is to equip social work field students with proven neurobiologically informed interventions to treat a diversity of complex client cases in social work services. This webinar will review and deepen important practice concepts such as advanced assessment and diagnostic skills around Trauma, as well as further familiarity with the ICD10/DSM-5.

Learning Objectives:

  • Evaluate risk and protective factors throughout lifespan development with focus on how adverse childhood experiences (ACE) can impact an individual’s bio/psycho/social development.

  • Understand how mind-body-brain assessment can inform top-down or bottom-up interventions with complex cases in the field of children, youth, adults, and healthy aging

  • Enhance self-awareness by critically evaluating thoughts, feelings, and behaviors when working with complex cases

  • Evaluate the role that the science and cultural humility plays in guiding neurobiologically informed assessment and intervention choices for complex cases

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