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TRAUMA INFORMED CARE SUMMIT INFORMATION (August 2016)

by ATS Staff on 07/12/16

TRAUMA INFORMED CARE SUMMIT

Pre-Conference Workshops: August 15-16th, 2016
Trauma Informed Care Summit: August 17-18th, 2016

This Summit brings together individuals, families, professionals, communities and organizations interested in addressing, preventing and treating trauma across the lifespan, as well as disseminate trauma informed care initiatives and best practices to address trauma throughout Texas.  The pilot sites for trauma informed care organizational transformation of behavioral health services will be disseminating the progress and lessons learned in transforming behavioral health services in Texas including: mental health services for children and adults, substance abuse treatment and substance abuse prevention services.  Our hope is to launch a trauma informed discussion within the community by sharing the triumphs of the initiative and providing the knowledge of nationally recognized trauma informed experts.

Keynote Speakers:

Françoise Mathieu, M.Ed., CCC., RP, Co-Executive Director of TEND Ms. Mathieu is a renowned international expert and speaker on high-stress workplaces and vicarious trauma. She has been working for a decade with the Canadian Forces Member Assistance Program and is the author of The Compassion Fatigue Workbook.


Julian Ford, PhD., Professor & Director of the Center for Trauma and Recovery & Juvenile Justice, Dept. of Psychiatry, University of Connecticut Health Center Dr. Ford is a national expert and clinical psychologist specializing in assessment, treatment, and research of children, youth, adults, and families affected by PTSD. He is the Northeast Regional Site Director for the Complex Trauma Treatment Network of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. He is the national developer of TARGET, an evidence-based practice recognized by SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices.


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