Trauma Informed Care Training
Increased levels of trauma have been associated with increased risk of many health factors including mental health disorders and substance use disorder as well as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer. So how does trauma shape health outcomes? Knowing this, how can we support and empower trauma survivors?
Join us for an hour long presentation and discussion about the trauma informed care model. This training will help you to gain an understanding of the impact of trauma on health outcomes, implementing trauma informed care, and community based trauma informed care.
Open to students and faculty of University of Southern Maine.
This training is developed to engage all members of the USM community: future health professionals and counselors, mental health and community advocates, members of the recovery community, trauma survivors and allies in a conversation about how trauma informed care can help promote improved health experience and outcomes.
When: Tuesday, April, 17th, 2018
Where: The Recovery Oriented Campus Center (ROCC)- Second Floor Sullivan Gym
To RSVP, For more information about attending this event, or how you can host this training in your classroom contact:
Anna.email@example.com and/or Nicholas.firstname.lastname@example.org