Understanding a Youth’s Array of Trauma-Induced Survival Skills

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Description

This training focuses on understanding of the impact of chronic stress on brain function and behavior of youth impacted by trauma.

Community Partner Training- Sponsored by CYFD-BHS

2 Social Work CEU | 2 Length

Trainer:
Frank Picone, LCSW, Center for Great Expectations

Learning Objectives

• Identify the stress response.
• Explain the difference between single event and Complex trauma experiences.
• Identify at least 3 types of adaptive (survival skills) peoples with trauma utilize to cope.

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