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Transforming Services for Children and Youth: Creating Trauma-Informed Support for Families in Wisconsin Domestic Violence Programs
When:Thursday, February 7, 1:30-3:00 PM Central Time
Susan Blumenfeld of the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health presents a framework for building a trauma-informed approach to meeting the needs of children, youth and families exposed to domestic violence. Participants gain practical strategies for working with families to: enhance children’s resilience and support mother-child relationships to foster healing from traumatic effects of domestic violence. Designed for WI domestic abuse service providers: directors encouraged to participate with advocates, particularly those who work with children and youth.
Participants, please link to brief survey about your webinar experience HERE. If you shared a login and phone, thank you very much! Please share the link with other staff who participated using your login. Contact Colleen (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need assistance.
Download pdf of powerpoint and additional resources below.