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NCTSN Zero to Six Child Welfare Speaker Series: Emotional Challenges and Self-Care for Those Working with Young Traumatized Children
Presenters discuss the importance of identifying and implementing effective strategies for self-care in dealing with the emotional challenges of working with infants, young children, and their caregiv...
NCTSN Secondary Traumatic Stress Speaker Series: What is it?
Presenters discuss child welfare caseworkers' response to Charles Figley's definition of Secondary Traumatic Stress, outline assessing for Secondary Traumatic Stress through instruments and self-exami...
Coping in Hard Times: Fact Sheet for Community Organizations and Leaders
Coping in Hard Times: Fact Sheet for Community Organizations and Leaders discusses how challenging financial circumstances affect communities, their organizations, and their membersí sense of safety, ...
Rachel has a Bachelors Degree in Family Life Education from Spring Arbor University and is a licensed Social Work Assistant. She has provided training to a wide array of audiences on trauma and its e...
NCTSN Service Systems Speaker Series:Implementing Trauma-Informed System Change Within Child Welfare
The presentations covers three objectives: *Defines elements of a trauma-informed child welfare system *Describes New York City public child welfare academic partnership addressing trauma and secon...
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