Student athletes and coaching staff often wrestle with trauma and toxic stress personally and professionally. This training will help college/university athletic staff gain knowledge and skills on how to implement a trauma-informed approach on and off the field.
This presentation will explore the differences between leading through trauma and being a trauma-informed leader with a focus on utilizing trauma-informed principles to lead every day and not just in times of distress. Participants will be asked to reflect on their leadership style and which aspects of trauma-informed leadership, if any, are they currently using […]
The Department of Services for Children, Youth, and Their Families (DSCYF) invites you to join youth engagement specialists as they share tips for engaging youth and young adults. This youth-developed and facilitated virtual workshop will provide tips on how to create meaningful connections with young people from their perspective. This workshop was funded through the […]
Building resilience - using the Healing Circles model to assist caretakers to use as another self-care tool they can learn and utilize for themselves, their staff, co-workers and/or volunteers – This will be experiential rather than a learning (training) session on healing circles. RSVP to register!
Develop the ability to identify and enhance protective factors to help youth adjust after challenging or stressful events. Objectives: Provide attendees with a brief overview of how youth may respond when something scary or stressful happens; Share what the process often looks like after a mandated report is made; Discuss brief interventions family members and […]
In 2018, the Family Services Cabinet Council implemented Executive Order #24, which launched efforts to make Delaware a trauma-informed state. As part of this initiative, Delaware is committed to ensuring all environments that serve children and adults in the state are working to embody practices of trauma-informed care. The 2022 Compassionate Champion Award winner will […]
Apply obtained knowledge about problematic sexual behaviors in youth into your practice (e.g., identify when mandated reporting is necessary, make appropriate referrals for further assessment and treatment, provide families information on what is normative and potentially problematic sexual behaviors in youth); learn how to better assess the behavior and implement brief intervention to address behavior. […]