A Family Systems Approach to Intergenerational Trauma:
An Overview of Trauma, Assessment, and Treatment for Adults and Youth
This two day training is an introduction to a family systems approach to intergenerational trauma. This training highlights the importance of sequencing and targeting treatment appropriately for families impacted by intergenerational trauma, with the caregiving system as a primary point of intervention. This training incorporates attachment theory, systems theory, neuroscience, and a recovery based skills model for trauma treatment.
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PTSD: Recognizing and Responding to the Growing Injury
of Frontline and First Responders
TSSWO presents a one day training providing frontline and first responders with information on how to recognize and respond to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder . The training provides an overview of PTSD, impact on the brain, symptoms, and resources for intervention and treatment.
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TSSWO can customize training programs to meet needs of professionals providing service to communities, families, children, adults and corporations.
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Other Available Training:
Waiting for The Bomb To Drop: and not knowing what to do when it does.
Trauma Assessment and Treatment, A Group Model
In this two day training mental health professionals will be introduced to assessment tools, structured interviewing, pre and post measures, and a group model of trauma intervention. They will be provided with both theory and skills in order to facilitate a trauma group for adults/parents impacted by trauma. Participants will learn more about the theory and research to date that informs this bottom-up approach to trauma treatment.