and Theresa Caldwell

In light of the events of August 11 and 12,
this topic has never been more relevant to the Greater Charlottesville community. 

This is a FREE event


Tuesday, November 28, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM EST
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Paramount Theater 
215 E Main Street
Charlottesville, VA 22902

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Piedmont CASA 
Piedmont CASA, Inc. 






Adverse childhood experiences often rest upon, and are complicated by, a foundation of historical trauma and community conditions. In this presentation, Dr. Allison Sampson-Jackson and Theresa Caldwell will define traumatic stress, the impact of trauma on the developing brain across developmental stages, and behavioral manifestations related to trauma experiences. 

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Allison Sampson-Jackson,  PhD, LCSW, LICSW, CSOTP
Dr. Sampson-Jackson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Certified Sex Offender Practitioner in the State of Virginia and a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in the District of Columbia. Her clinical practice and research has focused on advancing effective trauma-informed treatment practices for persons who experience significant conduct-related behavior problems. Her areas of specialty include attachment based models of treatment; sexual abusiveness in children and adolescents; neuropsychology; and the use of neuroscience to inform work with children and adults with complex trauma disorders.

Dr. Sampson-Jackson is the CEO of Integration Solutions, Inc.

Theresa Caldwell

Ms. Caldwell is Chair of the Petersburg Wellness Consortium (Virginia), comprised of diverse organizations working together to improve individual and community health and wellness. She also teaches classes as one of the area’s Fitness Warriors, an initiative of Richmond-based Sports Backers, designed to get free classes into communities with the highest rates of chronic disease. At Caldwell Pediatrics and Wellness Center, she provides accounts and administrative support.

She leads workshops about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and their impact on health, as part of a Learning Collaborative under the auspices of the Petersburg Health Department/Crater Health District (Virginia Department of Health), and is a Certified Listening Professional (International Listening Assoc.). Theresa also works with the renowned Washington, DC-based H.O.P.E. Project IT Help Desk Training program.

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