Register Now for CTIPP's 2022 Trauma Workshop Series
We invite you to play an active role in “Building a National Movement to Prevent Trauma and Foster Resilience” by participating in a nationwide Workshop Series designed to dramatically increase the capabilities of community coalitions to integrate trauma-informed, resilience-focused, and healing-centered approaches into the operations of systems that serve our communities (e.g., child welfare, education, health care, justice systems, faith-based) with the goal to reduce exposure to trauma, particularly in underserved and marginalized populations.
Experts from sectors across the country will lead each session and provide information, resources, and tools in the context of a bidirectional conversation with community stakeholders, practitioners, and administrators. The series begins on January 7th and occurs every other Friday through April 15th.
This workshop series is presented by the Campaign for Trauma-informed Policy and Practice (CTIPP) and the National Prevention Science Coalition (NPSC), and in collaboration with over a dozen national organizations.
Workshop objectives are to:
Learn how community coalitions (existing and newly formed) can play an active role in making their agencies, institutions, and organizations trauma-informed (TI);
Identify successful TI programs and how they can be embedded in each sector and for any given groups in your community;
Know where to find resources that can guide implementation and evaluation of TI policies/practices;
Learn how to communicate with decision makers in each sector and with stakeholders in your community about TI practices and policies;
Further reinforce the need for TI mindsets, systems and policies by allowing participants to share their stories of trauma and resilience.
Register now and be part of this movement!