Classroom Course » Trauma Screening and Assessment

Dates & Times:
August 21, Tuesday 1:30 PM - 4:45 PM
Hosted By:
DBH Training Institute
This class is full.

Description:

This training will review the short and long-term effects of trauma for practitioners providing direct services to children and adults. The areas of focus include identifying and understanding coping behaviors, learning screening and assessment strategies that are trauma-informed, and practicing the techniques through the use of case study exercises. Participants will leave the training with skills to use with their consumers.

Objective:
  1. Identify some common behavioral, emotional, physical and psychological after-effects of trauma.
  2. Explain the biological, psychological, and social factors related to coping behaviors.
  3. Describe at least one technique for conducting a thorough assessment without triggering the individual.
Intended Audience:
Direct service pratitioners
Venue:
DBH 64 New York Avenue
Training Room (285E)
64 New York Avenue, NE
Washington, District of Columbia 20002
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Driving Directions:
64 New York Avenue is located at the intersection of Florida, New York and First Streets, NE. Metro: Take the red line to the Noma/Gallaudet University (previously called New York Avenue) metro stop. Walk west on N Street and turn right at 1st Street NE. Cross over New York Avenue. You will see a large clock tower with the number 64. Enter through the gate and walk toward the entrance in the middle of the building, which is the second building entrance.
Parking:
There are three parking lots for attendees that charge between $7-10, regardless of duration. They only accept cash payment. There is also street parking in the blocks adjacent to 64 NY Avenue, but be mindful of posted restrictions.
Certificates:
APA CE Certificate details
DBH Training Institute Certificate details
Social Work/Counseling CEU Certificate details
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