11hr CEU trauma-sensitive
Training for mental health workers
February 28 - March 1, 2019
at Thrive Behavioral Health, Baltimore, MD
The next 11-hour session of this type will take place from February 28 through March 1, 2019 at Thrive Behavioral Health in Baltimore, MD. It will be taught by Eleanor Bramwell and Lauren Going.
Mental health clinicians are positioned to have a profound impact on individuals, families, and communities through effective trauma-sensitive care. To sign-up for this training, please click the button below:
With approximately 70% of Americans experiencing a traumatic event in their lifetime and up to 20% of these individuals developing clinical PTSD, its undeniable that trauma informed care is a crucial skill for mental health clinicians. Eleanor and Lauren combine their varied and unique experiences in trauma treatment and education to help us understand many facets of trauma-sensitive care.
Topics of discussion will include:
- Definition and types of trauma
- Prevalence of trauma
- Impacts of trauma on diverse populations
- Mitigation of trauma
- Fostering resilience through body-based practices
- Foundational skills necessary to ethically provide trauma-sensitive care
- Secondary traumatic stress, compassion fatigue, and burnout
- Self-care for social workers
About the other practitioner, Lauren Going:
MSW, LCSW, 500-HR RYT
Lauren is the owner and director of Going to Thrive LLC, a Baltimore based holistic outpatient mental health practice that incorporates yoga, mindfulness, and other somatic therapies to heal trauma. She teaches workshops and trainings on trauma and the body, yoga for anxiety and depression, mindfulness, and yoga nidra. Lauren has undergone advanced trainings in EMDR, DBT, TRE, and Trauma Sensitive Care for Mental Health.
Lauren’s extensive training and practice in both yoga and mental health allows her to approach trauma sensitive care from a holistic and body- based perspective.
This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers
(Approval # 886792196-4401) for 11 continuing education contact hours.
This training is pending approval by NBCC for 11 contact hours.