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What is EMDR?
Presented by Heather Moshier, MBA, CAADC, LSW
Course: #1916Level: Introductory1.02 Hours
EMDR Therapy is an evidence-based treatment option. This course explores EMDR Therapy and offers insight and education on the AIP model, theory, and components of EMDR therapy. In addition, this course will explore clinical implications. This course is designed for therapists who are not trained in EMDR Therapy.

Trauma-Informed Schools: Responding to Student Behavior from a Trauma Informed Lens
Presented by Katie Fries, MSW, LCSW
Course: #1899Level: Intermediate1.03 Hours
School personnel can find themselves challenged when responding to difficult student behavior and defaulting to a punitive and consequence-based approach, often leading to increased relational and behavioral challenges. This presentation encourages participants to view student behavior through a nervous system regulation lens. In addition, participants explore skills and strategies for responding to challenging student behavior through a trauma-responsive lens.

Relational Interventions for Working With Complex Trauma
Presented by Katie Fries, MSW, LCSW
Course: #1898Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Working with complex trauma requires the use of various interventions. This webinar explores skills for creating secure attachment experiences within the therapeutic relationship and the client's relationship with "parts of self" to process trauma and create new internal and external relational experiences.

The Unfinished Business of Our Childhoods: Healing the Helper's Childhood Wounds- Part 2
Presented by Adam McCormick, MSW, PhD
Course: #1908Level: Advanced1.07 Hours
The initial imprints of our earliest attachment and trauma wounds can manifest in our work and relationships as we help to heal the trauma wounds of others. This webinar is the second in a two-part series. This webinar presents a model for healing that seeks to help participants identify the trauma and attachment adaptations they developed in childhood and why they were necessary.

Trauma Informed Responses & Supportive Movement
Presented by Stephanie A. F. Saunders, MEd, LMHC
Course: #1884Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Recognizing trauma or stress responses when working with clients is essential. This webinar explores the impact of physical movement in processing stress and ways to respond to the stress reactions of others with supportive movement.

Disaster Mental Health: Psychological First Aid on Disaster Assignment
Presented by Jennifer Carlson, MSW, PhD, CEM, LCSW
Course: #1846Level: Intermediate1.03 Hours
This course explores Psychological First Aid (PFA) concepts, how best to use PFA to support survivor needs, and self-care strategies for responders.

Part 2: Examining the Foster Care to Prison Pipeline
Presented by Adam McCormick, MSW, PhD
Course: #1883Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
This webinar is the second of a two-part series. Strategies to dismantle the foster care-to-prison pipeline are explored. In addition, alternatives to foster care placement disruptions and the adaptive nature of trauma response in youth in foster care are examined.

The Effect of Childhood Family Trauma on Adult Relationships Podcast
Presented by Benjamin T. Bencomo, DSW, LISW, LCSW, Kaytlyn Gillis, MSW, LCSW-BACS
Course: #1886Level: Intermediate1.07 Hours
Family trauma is prevalent therefore understanding what family trauma is and how it manifests in adult relationships is necessary for effective practice. This podcast explores childhood family trauma, how childhood family trauma affects adult relationships, and the stages of healing from childhood family trauma. This is part of the Continued Learning Podcast series.

Thanatology: Empowering Grievers with Coping Strategies & Resources
Presented by Jennifer Carlson, MSW, PhD, CEM, LCSW
Course: #1845Level: Intermediate1.03 Hours
Thanatology is the study of death and loss. This course examines death, grief, and loss and explores coping techniques, bereavement interventions, and the use of therapeutic exposure in traumatic grief.

Managing Successful Transitions
Presented by Kelley Hollie, MSW, LMSW
Course: #1853Level: Intermediate1.05 Hours
This course educates and informs participants on how disrupted placements, including removal from the birth family, impact children and young people. The course provides practitioners with practical strategies based on evidence-based practice and top tips to help minimize disruption and distress for children involved in the child welfare system. Special consideration is given to how to form and maintain positive working relationships with birth parents.

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