7th Annual Alaska Advanced Trauma Training Institute: The Science of Traumatic Stress
Hosted by the Alaska Child Trauma Center at Anchorage Mental Health Services with the support of the State of Alaska, Division of Behavioral Health
Anthony Mannarino, Ph.D. is the Director of the Center for Traumatic Stress in Children and Adolescents and Vice Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA. Dr. Mannarino is also
Professor of Psychiatry at the Drexel University College of Medicine. Dr. Mannarino has been a leader in the field of child traumatic stress for the past 25 years. He has been awarded numerous federal grants from the National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect and the National Institute of Mental Health to investigate the clinical course of traumatic stress symptoms in children and to develop effective treatment approaches for traumatized children and their families. Dr. Mannarino has completed two-year terms as the President of APSAC and the President of the Section on Child Maltreatment, Division of Child and Family Policy and Practice, American Psychological Association. He is one of the co-developers of Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT).
Brad Stolbach, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Chicago. Dr. Stolbach has spent over two decades providing and developing services for children and families affected by trauma on Chicago’s south side, including 18 years at La Rabida Children’s Hospital where he co-founded and directed the Chicago Child Trauma Center. Dr. Stolbach currently serves with the Rev. Carol Reese as Co-Director of Healing Hurt People - Chicago, a Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program serving patients at Stroger Cook County Hospital and the University of Chicago Medicine (UCM). He is Director of the UCM REACT Program, a Community Treatment and Services site of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN). With master glass artist Pearl Dick, Dr. Stolbach co-founded Project FIRE in 2015. Dr. Stolbach’s academic work focuses on developmental trauma, especially as it affects children and families in racially and economically segregated communities. He has served on the faculty of the NCTSN’s Complex Trauma Treatment Network since its inception in 2009.
Also workshops with experts on treating complex trauma and resources for providers serving children and adults.
Additional information and registration is available on the event page.