This course will examine the intersectionality of culture and trauma for children in the child welfare system. The course will look at the role of culture in symptomology, presentation to services, treatment interventions and for the treatment team.
Course created on February 19, 2020
Course Type: Video, Audio
CE/CEU Offered: AK/1.0; AL/1.0; AR/1.0; ASWB ACE/1.0 Cultural Competence; AZ/1.0; CA/1.0; CE Broker/1.0 General (FL), Continuing Education (OH), Continuing Education By A Social Worker (SC), Category I Social Work (WV), CE Broker #20-773674; CO/1.0; CT/1.0; DC/1.0; DE/1.0; FL/1.0; GA/1.0; HI/1.0; IA/1.0; IACET/0.1; ID/1.0; IL EITP/1.0; IL/1.0; IN/1.0; KS/1.0; KY/1.0; LA/1.0; MA/1.0; MD/1.0; ME/1.0; MI/1.0; MN/1.0; MO/1.0; MS/1.0; MT/1.0; NC/1.0; ND/1.0; NE/1.0; NH/1.0; NJ (ASWB ACE)/1.0; NM/1.0; NV/1.0; NY-Contact Hours/1.0 Self-Study; OH/1.0; OK/1.0; OR/1.0; PA/1.0; RI/1.0; SC/1.0; SD/1.0; TN/1.0; TX/1.0; UT/1.0; VA/1.0; VT/1.0; WA/1.0; WI/1.0; WV/1.0; WY/1.0
- After this course, participants will be able to identify the role of culture, implicit bias, intergenerational trauma, and historical trauma in manifestations of trauma.
- After this course, participants will be able to identify treatment considerations for children, biological parents, and adoptive parents when issues of race and diversity arise.
- After this course, participants will be able to describe the role of privilege in the therapeutic power dynamic.
|5-10 Minutes||Early Childhood Trauma and Child Welfare|
|10-15 Minutes||Historical trauma vs. intergenerational trauma|
|15-20 Minutes||The role of culture in early childhood formation|
|20-30 Minutes||Symptomology of early childhood trauma and its relation to cultural manifestations|
|30-40 Minutes||Understanding the impact of culture and trauma on biological and adoptive family dynamics|
|40-45 Minutes||Identifying and acknowledging the privilege of the provider|
|45-55 Minutes||Cultural considerations for treatment selection and intervention|
|55-60 Minutes||Summary and Resources|
Alison D. Peak
MSW LCSW, IMH-E
Alison D. Peak received her Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan with an emphasis in Interpersonal Practice with Children and Youth and Infant Mental Health. Alison is the Co-chair of the AIMHiTN Endorsement Committee and a member of AIMHiTN's Leadership Cohort. Alison also has two post-graduate degrees, Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care and Pediatric Integrated Health Services. Alison is passionate about working with children with histories of early trauma, families with adopted children, and youth in DCS custody. Alison seeks to meet these children and families where they most often present for assistance, their physician's office, and to assist in collaborating with primary care providers to optimize services for children and families.
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