According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 61% of adults have had at least one adverse childhood experience. These traumatic experiences increase the risk for chronic physical and mental health conditions, sometimes leading to serious health and personal challenges.
Becoming a trauma-informed individual, organization, and society lowers stress levels and the risk of disease stress while supporting global well-being and promoting healing.
These courses are ideal for individuals and organizations who want to implement trauma-informed systems change.
We are pleased to offer our latest online course “Social Justice, Faith, Trauma, and a Way Forward.”
Attendees will learn from leading experts about how they have successfully placed a trauma-informed lens in the areas of education, justice system, public policy, social justice, spirituality and faith, government, and community.
This virtual workshop is offered quarterly through June 2023.
In collaboration with national and international experts in neuroscience, trauma, and trauma-informed practices this course includes 12 hours of training in trauma-informed practices and approaches, brain development, neuroscience of fear and trauma, and trauma-informed systems change.
This virtual workshop is available by request.