The purpose of the Summit is to move our systems beyond trauma informed to trauma competent through:
- Advancing the understanding of the role of culture in understanding trauma including an awareness of disparity as well as practical tools and guidance in responding to trauma;
- Providing information to advance trauma competence in communities, agencies, and organizations;
- Supporting opportunities for networking among like-minded individuals;
- Advancing Ohio’s trauma-informed approaches with consistent messages.
The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) and Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) are accepting proposals for the Sixth Annual Trauma-Informed Care Summit, with a focus on Trauma Competence on May 14, and Intersection of Trauma and Culture on May 15.
Deadline for submission is February 8, 2019.
Registration to Open February 27
Watch for registration to open for the Sixth Annual Trauma Informed Care Summit on February 27.
CEUs for licensed social workers, counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists, chemical dependency counselors, nurses, and DODD will be submitted. For more information, contact Kim Kehl at email@example.com.