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When

Thursday, April 23, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 12:15 PM EDT
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Where

Child Focus, Inc 
4633-B Aicholtz Road
Cincinnati, OH 45244
 

GPS, Default Maps and I phone maps still need to update. From our street name change. Important Direction Details: From 275 Take exit 63A-West toward NEWTOWN,  once on State Route 32 turn left  at the Mt Carmel-Tobasco Road Stop light. You will also see Kroger on the left. At the next light turn left onto Aicholtz Road. Once you turn left onto Aicholtz, the Child Focus Training Center is on  the right hand side across from Kroger. (You will see TRAINING CENTER on the front window.)



Contact

Shelley Drummond 
Child Focus, Inc 
5137521555 
sdrummond@child-focus.org 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 

Hosted by the Resilience Project and Child Focus, Inc


Life in Pieces: Working with the Fragmented Selves of Complex Trauma Survivors

 

We have reached maximum seating. Please email Shelley Drummond to be placed on a Wait List. sdrummond@child-focus.org

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FEE: Attendance is FREE

Important fee information regarding CEUs:

$15.00 for 3.0 CEUs for Ohio Counselors, Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Psychologists

FREE Department of Developmental Disabilities CEUs- Pending approval

 

DESCRIPTION

How do we help those whose trauma has been so complex, ongoing and connected with having their most basic needs met, that they’ve had to split themselves into parts to survive?  Those who work (or interact) with complex trauma survivors will learn how survival skills that protected the person in one setting now complicate life in safer settings. We will address how “mixed feelings” in those without trauma must become “parts” in those with complex trauma.  This training will explore the neurobiology of the development of dissociative parts. Using an understanding of neuroscience, participants will learn sensorimotor and cognitive interventions to help trauma survivors connect and communicate with their ‘parts’, so they can move from self-alienation to acceptance, and turn survival strategies into the symphony of resilience that is hidden inside their parts

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand how personal and societal attitudes affect views on suicide and intervention.
  • Understand a collaborative, non-adversarial approach to identifying suicidality. 
  • Identify and address the risk factors found in a suicide plan.
  • Make shame-free connections between suicide protective factors and the Top Five Resilience Factors.

WHO’S INVITED?

This session is designed for those who have a basic understanding of trauma and wish to become more knowledgeable and skilled in supporting those who have experienced complex trauma.  The interventions and supports described in this training are designed for use not just by clinicians, but also direct support staff, family members and others who interact with and care for the person who has experienced trauma.

ABOUT THE RESILIENCE PROJECT

The Resilience Project is administered by Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCBH) with the support of these partner agencies: Child Focus, Inc., Hamilton County DD Services, Clermont County Board of DD, Clermont and Butler County FCF, and HOPE Community Center for Mental Wellness. The Resilience Project is funded by a grant from Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) and Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD).

Mary Vicario LPCC-S is a Certified Trauma Specialist who holds a Certificate in Traumatic Studies from The Child Trauma Center at The Justice Resource Institute.  She has over 30 years experience working with survivors turning the latest research into interventions for all ages and abilities. She was an American Counseling Association delegate to China & Mongolia, participated in a conference on human trafficking and guest lectured at Universities in Germany, receives training at International Trauma Conferences and Harvard Medical School, is a trainer for Ohio Child Welfare, co-authored the Foster Parents' Survival Guide, an article on Relational-Cultural Play Therapy in The International Journal of Play Therapy, trauma-responsive curricula and a textbook chapter on the neurobiology of attachment, trauma and repair from infant to adolescence in Counseling Children & Adolescents:  Connecting Theory, Development & Diversity, Sondra Smith-Adcock and Catherine Tucker Eds.  Mary is honored to provide Trauma Responsive Care Certification through the Tristate Trauma Network for anyone working with trauma survivors.   Mary can be reached at www.findinghopeconsulting.com.         

 Continuing Education                                                                                                                             Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists: The Child Focus, Inc. Training Center is approved through the Ohio Counselor and Social Worker Board. This program is offered for 3.0 clock hours of continuing education for counselors, social workers, and marriage and family therapists. Social Work Provider#: RSX129410 Counselor Provider#: RCX029503 Marriage and Family Therapist Provider#: RTX091001                                                                                                                                               Psychologists: The Child Focus, Inc. Training Center is approved by the Ohio Psychological Association MCE program to offer continuing education for Ohio psychologists. This program is offered for 3.0 clock hours of continuing education for psychologists. Child Focus, Inc., 00PD-3109-52668, maintains responsibility for the program.

 Department of Developmental Disabilities- Pending approval.   

Cancellation Policy: The Training Center must be notified 7 days prior to a training via telephone, fax or email in order to cancel a registration and receive a full refund.

We will send information regarding updates and cancellations to the email address used to register for the training. We will also have this information updated on the CFI website under the Training Tab. 

Please note:  Because we are not able to control the room temperature to fit everyone’s needs, we encourage you to dress in layers to better accommodate your personal comfort level.

Child Focus, Inc. Training Center is accessible to wheelchairs. If you need any of the auxiliary aids or services identified in the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact Melanie Recchia at mpalmer@child-focus.org