Fran Baker, Ph.D.
August 4, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Many of those we serve have experienced significant trauma in their lives. Trauma-Informed Care is a means of ensuring we
“do no harm” in working with those who have been wounded while demonstrating what is effective in working with them. Different types of trauma, the impact of trauma and clinical consideration in working with trauma are reviewed, and creating a culture of trauma-informed care is emphasized. A fundamental understanding of the brain will be discussed with attention given to areas most impacted by trauma. The correlation between trauma and physical responses to trauma triggers will also be explored.
3.0 CE’s for:
• CHES (Certified Health Education Specialist)
• CPH (Certified Public Health)
• DMH (PLACE)
• MAAP (Mississippi Association of Addiction Professionals)
• NBCC (National Board for Certified Counselors)
• SW (Social Work) general hrs.
• Articulate three different sources of trauma.
• Identify two physiological responses to trauma.
Fran Baker, Ph. D.