Trauma 101 FY20

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Training Details

Event Dates and Timeframe
Friday, March 27, 2020
Location and Delivery Method ( view map )
Delivery Method
Location Name
ACS Business Technology Center
600 E. 36th Ave Suite 100
State / Province
Zip / Postal Code
United States
Cost Range

Host And Instructor

Alaska Child Trauma Center at ACMHS
Lindsay Coffey, MS, LPC
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Training Overview Description

The Trauma 101 curriculum provides an introductory overview of the dynamics of trauma and basic safety strategies. This includes definitions, physiology, impact, behavioral adaptations, safety strategies and how to understand and attune to the issues faced by people who have experienced trauma.

Event-specific Details

THIS TRAINING HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS FOR YOUR HEALTH AND SAFETY. You will automatically be withdrawn for this training. Please consider registration for the April 24 online training.

Trauma 101
Friday, March 27th, 2020
ACS Business Technology Center
600 E. 36th Ave Suite 100
Anchorage, AK 99503

Please assure the contact information listed with the Alaska Training Cooperative profile is up-to-date with the correct and preferred name, email address and phone number. Registration will close 2 days prior to the event or when the training full.

Trauma 101 training focuses on understanding how trauma impacts the body and the brain, how people adapt to trauma, and what we can do as providers and community members to support recovery and resiliency. The Trauma 101 training is not training on a specific type of intervention but is focused on how we can use a better understanding of trauma to be trauma-informed.

This training opportunity is presented by the Alaska Child Trauma Center at Anchorage Community Mental Health Services and is offered with support of the State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services, and the Division of Behavioral Health.

Registrations are closed