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Centerstone to host free, virtual Secondary Trauma training
Centerstone, a national leader in behavioral health care, will host a free, virtual Secondary Trauma training on March 30 from 10-11:30 a.m.
Providing competent, ethical care starts with the provider’s awareness of their own needs and concerns. A provider who is able to address their own needs is one who can further support the needs of clients and act in a manner that is professional, responsible, and reliable. This training will seek to enhance the professional skills of counseling and social work staff by identifying and addressing their own concerns related to secondary trauma.
Objectives of the training include:
- Identify possible symptoms of secondary trauma
- Increase knowledge of secondary trauma, burnout, and compassion fatigue
- Discuss coping skills for secondary trauma
- Increase knowledge of resources for secondary trauma
The presenter of the training will be Amber Anderson, the prevention specialist with Prevent Child Abuse Illinois.
This training has 1.5 hours of continuing education approved for IL LCPC / LPC, IL LCSW / LSW, and IL Nursing (LPN, RN, APN) under IDFPR Professional Counselor CE License No. 197.000263 and IDFPR Nurse CE Sponsor License No. 236.000184.
To register, visit https://bit.ly/033022. For more information, contact Megan Ragan at email@example.com or call 1-877-HOPE123 (1-877-467-3123).
This training is sponsored by Centerstone’s Trauma, Treatment and Training (CT3) program.
Other CT3 training events in 2022 include:
- March 30 – Secondary Trauma
- April 27 – Child Abuse Prevention
- May 25 – Road to Resiliency
- June 29 – Drug-Endangered Children
- July 27 – Child Sexual Abuse Prevention
- Aug 31 – Trauma 101
- Sept 28 – Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
- Oct 26 – The Effects of Domestic Violence
- Nov 30 – Road to Resiliency
- Dec 14 – Secondary Trauma
“CT3’s aim is to increase access to trauma-focused treatment for children, adolescents and their families who have experienced traumatic events, including children and adolescents involved in the juvenile justice system and children of veterans,” said Ragan, CT3 Trauma Training and Care Coordinator.
The counties covered in the CT3 program include Franklin, Jackson, Madison, Perry, Randolph, St. Clair, Union, Washington and Williamson.
CT3 services include:
- Direct trauma and treatment services
- Care management
- Professional training and community education
- Outreach and engagement
- Screening and assessment
- Linkages to services and supports
CT3 develops and maintains local capacity to implement trauma-informed practices and provide evidence-based, informed trauma treatment interventions. The goals of the program are:
- Establish a community-based, culturally competent, quality, accessible program to provide and increase access to effective trauma focused treatment and services systems for children, adolescents, and their families who witness or experience traumatic events.
- Develop a sound infrastructure and increase community capacity to implement trauma-informed services for the focus population.
- Improve the health status and outcomes for young children – ages 2 to 9 years old, adolescents – ages 10 to 17 years old, and families as measured at intake, 6 months and discharge follow-up.
- Develop and disseminate a thoroughly documented model with measurable objectives for statewide and national replication and adoption.