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LEARNING

In-Person Trainings


ACTS In-Person Training


Source:

Chadwick Center for Children and Families at Rady Children’s Hospital

Audience:

General


About:

We partner with child welfare and related child-serving systems across the state of California to advance trauma-informed care through collaborative planning, customized technical assistance and implementation support.


Center for Child Welfare Trauma-Informed Policies, Programs, and Practices (TIPs Center)


Source:

Chadwick Center for Children and Families – Rady Children’s Hospital

Audience:

Child Welfare


About:

The TIPS center works with public Child Welfare Systems across the nation to help provide training on trauma-informed child welfare policies, programs and practices to improve the Child Welfare System and ultimately have positive impacts on the vulnerable children and family they serve.


Trauma Informed Care Training


Source:

Strategies 2.0

Audience:

General


About:

Strategies 2.0, located in San Diego, offers full day trainings on trauma-informed care. Training topics include an overview of trauma-informed care, culturally proficient professionals, reflective supervision and adverse childhood experiences.

Online Trainings


Attachment Vitamins: Interactive Course on Early Childhood Attachment, Stress, and Trauma


Source:

National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)

Audience:

Behavioral Health; Caregivers


About:

This E-learning course offered through the Learning Center of the NCTSN goes over ways providers and parents can better support young children as they grow and learn. Topics include understanding a child’s context, attachment and temperament, parenting styles, trauma exposure, mental health concerns, cultural considerations, and self-care tips.

T3; Think. Teach. Transform


Source:

Center for Social Innovation

Audience:

General


About:

This website offers instructor-led, self-paced, online courses on child trauma, as well as webinar recording and information about an organizational measure for implementing trauma-informed care practices.


Neurosequential Model


Source:

Child Trauma Academy

Audience:

General


About:

This website provides information and online training on the Neurosequential Model


Understanding the Impact of trauma


Source:

JBS International

Audience:

General


About:

This website offers a series of videos that introduce trauma and the impact of trauma on the brain.


The Learning Center for Child and Adolescent Trauma


Source:

National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)

Audience:

General


About:

The Learning Center for Children and Adolescent Trauma offers a compendium of free online educational opportunities (e.g., webinars, E-courses) with topics including understanding traumatic stress, promoting trauma-informed policies and practices, the child welfare trauma training toolkit, and information specific to different trauma exposures and populations.

Webinars


Webinar Series


Source:

National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health

Audience:

General


About:

This website provides live and archived webinars about the intersection of trauma and domestic violence.

Training Guides and Curricula


Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit


Source:

National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)

Audience:

Child Welfare


About:

This toolkit teaches basic trauma-informed knowledge, skill, and values about working with children who are trauma exposed and in the child welfare system.


Guidelines for Applying a Trauma Lens to a Child Welfare Practice Model


Source:

Chadwick Center for Children and Families at Rady Children’s Hospital

Audience:

Child Welfare


About:

These guidelines are designed to be a resource for child welfare agencies as they strive to update or articulate their current practice model. The guidelines include concrete strategies and community examples in most areas of a typical child welfare practice model.

Trauma Informed Care in Behavioral Health Services- TIP 57
Series


Source:

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

Audience:

Behavioral Health


About:

This manual for behavioral health professionals lays the groundwork for the implementation and provision of trauma-informed services and describes trauma-informed treatment principles.

Implementation Tools and Guides


Attunement and self-assessment in supervision


Source:

Trauma Informed Oregon

Audience:

General


About:

This document provides strategies for “tuning” in as a supervisor and offers questions you can use to assess how trauma informed the supervision is.


Considerations When Hiring a Trainer


Source:

Trauma Informed Oregon

Audience:

General


About:

This document provides reflective and interview questions to help find a trainer on trauma-informed care


Trauma Informed Care Supervision: Questions and Ideas


Source:

Trauma Informed Oregon

Audience:

General


About:

This document provides ideas and questions to help supervisors implement trauma informed care in their supervision practices