January 10 & 11, 2020
Colorado Springs, CO
- Enhance your professional knowledge, skills, and career potential
- Implement a Trauma-Responsive paradigm into both your personal and professional lives
- Develop a transformative understanding of how stress from Adverse Childhood Experiences can affect the developing brain and impact maladaptive client behavior
- Develop an increased self-awareness, a new outlook on personal development, and ways to avoid secondary traumatization
- Build confidence in your ability to enhance your agency, unit, or team’s efficacy
This Training Qualifies for 13 NBCC Clock Hours
47 in stock
This training asks participants to apply the TIC framework to their personal lives in order to minimize countertransference issues that might interfere with their effectiveness as practitioners.
It includes multi-media lectures, self-awareness activities, group discussions, optional experiential learning, and completing an online textbook study prior to the live event.
Certificates are issued after completing a post-training, narrative, self-analysis paper.