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Impacts of Trauma on Students & Families: Trauma 101
April 24 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
This training, presented by Julie Redding, LCPC, is designed for staff at all levels in Family Futures Downeast partner organizations featuring scenarios and content with a specific focus on Washington County early and higher education. Participants will learn the definition of trauma and how it impacts a person, including:
- Toxic stress and the role of cortisol
- Adverse Childhood Experiences
- How the brain is impacted by ACEs and toxic stress
- Factors that mitigate effects of ACES, trauma, and stress
- What it means to become Trauma Informed
This training is an introduction (101 version) to trauma and its impacts. Participants who are formal partners providing supports to the FFD program and have attended a trauma training led by Elin Mackinnon, LCSW or Julie Redding, LCPC, have already met the FFD training requirement for Trauma 101. Staff from other CCC partner organizations who find this relevant to their work are welcome to attend. The training will be held from 9 am to 12 noon at the Cobscook Community Learning Center. Contact hour certificates will be provided. Registration is closed for this training.