Jayson Jones

The Impact of Trauma on Parenting

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and other forms of trauma can impact the health and well-being of individuals throughout their lives. Individuals who are exposed to trauma often experience key challenges that affect parenting. This webinar focuses on the impact of ACEs and PTSD on parenting and intervention strategies for positive outcomes. Participants were exposed to best practices regarding assessment, psychoeducation, and utilizing a strengths-based approach when working with families.

Resilient Informed Service Environments Learning Community (RISE-LC): Informational Webinar

In this webinar, you learn about the Resilience Informed Service Environments (RISE) Learning Community that is designed to support organizations committed to addressing the needs of clients affected by adverse events and conditions. You will receive information about participation in the Learning Community, including the application process, goals and objectives, and what participation in the learning community will entail.

Resilient Informed Service Environments Learning Community (RISE-LC): Informational Webinar

In this webinar, you learn about the Resilience Informed Service Environments (RISE) Learning Community that is designed to support organizations committed to addressing the needs of clients affected by adverse events and conditions. You will receive information about participation in the Learning Community, including the application process, goals and objectives, and what participation in the learning community will entail.

Legacies of Pain and Resilience: Clinical Implications for Understanding Historical Trauma and Race**

Historical Trauma (HT) refers to the psychological distress experienced by survivors or descendants of human initiated acts of oppression.  This webinar helped clinicians understand HT and provided some clarity regarding the intergenerational transmission of trauma and how it relates to racial oppression in particular.  We summarized the research on the biological, psychological and social forces that promote an intergenerational legacy of pain and suffering among descendants of people impacted by traumatizing historical events.

How Racism Impacts those We Serve and How We Serve: Are We Meeting Participants Where They Are?**

Issues related to race are among the most difficult and least discussed topics in the field of behavioral health. This webinar is designed to raise the awareness of behavioral health providers of the possible overt, subtle, or unintentional ways that organizational policies and service delivery create barriers for individuals who have experienced racial discrimination. The presenters will review the history of racism, how it impacts participants, and what organizations can do to reduce structural barriers for individuals impacted by racism and discrimination.

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