Trauma-Informed Care: What It Means to “Hold Trauma in Mind” (Part 2) - Phoenix, AZ

October 23, 2018 | Free

TRAINING LOCATION: The October 5, October 15, October 23, October 25 and October 26 training dates will be held at Southwest Human Development's Main Office located at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. The October 11 and October 29 training dates will be facilitated at Southwest Human Development's 40 Palms Office located at 4041 E. Thomas Road, Suite 212 (above Adela's Italian Restaurant), Phoenix, AZ 85008. Prerequisite: Participants must complete the Trauma-Informed Care Part 1 training prior to attending the Part 2 training. Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18. Registration closes two (2) days prior to each training date. Training classes will fill up! Don't delay, register today!

Trauma-Informed Care: What It Means to “Hold Trauma in Mind” (Part 2) - Phoenix, AZ

October 25, 2018 | Free

TRAINING LOCATION: The October 5, October 15, October 23, October 25 and October 26 training dates will be held at Southwest Human Development's Main Office located at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. The October 11 and October 29 training dates will be facilitated at Southwest Human Development's 40 Palms Office located at 4041 E. Thomas Road, Suite 212 (above Adela's Italian Restaurant), Phoenix, AZ 85008. Prerequisite: Participants must complete the Trauma-Informed Care Part 1 training prior to attending the Part 2 training. Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18. Registration closes two (2) days prior to each training date. Training classes will fill up! Don't delay, register today!

Trauma-Informed Care: What It Means to “Hold Trauma in Mind” (Part 2) - Phoenix, AZ

October 26, 2018 | Free

TRAINING LOCATION: The October 5, October 15, October 23, October 25 and October 26 training dates will be held at Southwest Human Development's Main Office located at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. The October 11 and October 29 training dates will be facilitated at Southwest Human Development's 40 Palms Office located at 4041 E. Thomas Road, Suite 212 (above Adela's Italian Restaurant), Phoenix, AZ 85008. Prerequisite: Participants must complete the Trauma-Informed Care Part 1 training prior to attending the Part 2 training. Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18. Registration closes two (2) days prior to each training date. Training classes will fill up! Don't delay, register today!

Trauma-Informed Care: What It Means to “Hold Trauma in Mind” (Part 2) - Phoenix, AZ

October 29, 2018 | Free

TRAINING LOCATION: The October 5, October 15, October 23, October 25 and October 26 training dates will be held at Southwest Human Development's Main Office located at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. The October 11 and October 29 training dates will be facilitated at Southwest Human Development's 40 Palms Office located at 4041 E. Thomas Road, Suite 212 (above Adela's Italian Restaurant), Phoenix, AZ 85008. Prerequisite: Participants must complete the Trauma-Informed Care Part 1 training prior to attending the Part 2 training. Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18. Registration closes two (2) days prior to each training date. Training classes will fill up! Don't delay, register today!

Trauma-Informed Care: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children (0-5)

November 10, 2018 | Free

This training for kinship, foster and adoptive families includes an overview of the importance of relationships, trauma, how young children are affected by trauma, feelings and behaviors young children may exhibit, and how caregivers can help.Hosted by Southwest Human Development, this training is facilitated by Molly Strothkamp, LMSW, IMH-E(III), child therapist at the Good Fit Counseling Center, with support from Christie Scharrer, assistant director of Kinship Care and Adoptions, and/or Tanya Abdellatif, senior program manager of Foster Care and Adoptions.This class is free and offered on the second Saturday (9 a.m. - 12 p.m.) and the third Thursday (6 p.m. - 9 p.m.) of each month. Registration is limited and closes 24 hours prior to each training.Child care is not provided.Questions? Please contact Sara Diaz De Leon at (602) 633-8819 or sdeleon@swhd.org.

Trauma-Informed Care: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children (0-5)

November 15, 2018 | Free

This training for kinship, foster and adoptive families includes an overview of the importance of relationships, trauma, how young children are affected by trauma, feelings and behaviors young children may exhibit, and how caregivers can help.Hosted by Southwest Human Development, this training is facilitated by Molly Strothkamp, LMSW, IMH-E(III), child therapist at the Good Fit Counseling Center, with support from Christie Scharrer, assistant director of Kinship Care and Adoptions, and/or Tanya Abdellatif, senior program manager of Foster Care and Adoptions.This class is free and offered on the second Saturday (9 a.m. - 12 p.m.) and the third Thursday (6 p.m. - 9 p.m.) of each month. Registration is limited and closes 24 hours prior to each training.Child care is not provided.Questions? Please contact Sara Diaz De Leon at (602) 633-8819 or sdeleon@swhd.org.

Trauma-Informed Care: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children (0-5)

December 8, 2018 | Free

This training for kinship, foster and adoptive families includes an overview of the importance of relationships, trauma, how young children are affected by trauma, feelings and behaviors young children may exhibit, and how caregivers can help.Hosted by Southwest Human Development, this training is facilitated by Molly Strothkamp, LMSW, IMH-E(III), child therapist at the Good Fit Counseling Center, with support from Christie Scharrer, assistant director of Kinship Care and Adoptions, and/or Tanya Abdellatif, senior program manager of Foster Care and Adoptions.This class is free and offered on the second Saturday (9 a.m. - 12 p.m.) and the third Thursday (6 p.m. - 9 p.m.) of each month. Registration is limited and closes 24 hours prior to each training.Child care is not provided.Questions? Please contact Sara Diaz De Leon at (602) 633-8819 or sdeleon@swhd.org.

Trauma-Informed Care: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children (0-5)

December 20, 2018 | Free

This training for kinship, foster and adoptive families includes an overview of the importance of relationships, trauma, how young children are affected by trauma, feelings and behaviors young children may exhibit, and how caregivers can help.Hosted by Southwest Human Development, this training is facilitated by Molly Strothkamp, LMSW, IMH-E(III), child therapist at the Good Fit Counseling Center, with support from Christie Scharrer, assistant director of Kinship Care and Adoptions, and/or Tanya Abdellatif, senior program manager of Foster Care and Adoptions.This class is free and offered on the second Saturday (9 a.m. - 12 p.m.) and the third Thursday (6 p.m. - 9 p.m.) of each month. Registration is limited and closes 24 hours prior to each training.Child care is not provided.Questions? Please contact Sara Diaz De Leon at (602) 633-8819 or sdeleon@swhd.org.