Trauma at the Core: Applying Trauma Informed Care in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment | Somerset County Business Partnership Bridgewater, NJ

Trauma at the Core: Applying Trauma Informed Care in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment

Date: 12/1/2017
Time: 7:45 AM TO 3:15 PM

DCF Child Welfare Training Academy
30 Van Dyke Ave
New Brunswick, NJ 08901


Phone:
732-247-7003 ext. 333


Event Description: The Center for Great Expectations (CGE) of Somerset, NJ announces a full-day conference on Applying Trauma-Informed Care in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment on Friday, Dec. 1, 2017, from 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Up to 5 CE Credits are available. Space is limited so register today. CGE is one of a handful of programs in the country that specializes in gender-specific treatment for women with substance use and/or co-occurring disorders with a strong emphasis on trauma-informed care. CGE is a recipient of a five-year National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative Category III Community Treatment Services Center Grant. Approximately 75 percent of individuals with substance use disorders have experienced significant trauma. The implications of trauma are extensive and potentially multigenerational, leading to mental health issues, substance abuse, emotional, behavioral and relational difficulties. Trauma-informed care is an advanced, innovative, evidence-based clinical approach that addresses the underlying trauma as the core component of substance use and mental health disorders. By developing and enhancing the knowledge of skills of clinicians, we expect to improve the quality of care provided to this population and improve treatment outcomes. Trauma-informed care and its treatment model have the potential to be replicated with individual providers and throughout substance abuse and mental health treatment facilities. Conference Objectives: •Understand and describe the trauma-informed care model •Apply trauma-informed care with substance use disorders •Understand the use of psychiatry, benefit and application of psychotropic medications to assist with substance abuse treatment •Describe the benefit of trauma-informed care on client and treatment outcomes •Integrate emotional regulation skills in trauma-informed practice •Understand and apply principles of parent-infant mental health within the trauma-informed model •Develop strategies to improve treatment delivery model through empathic care Keynote Speaker: Joe Spinazzola, PhD Featured Speakers Include: Emily Bosk, PhD, Edward Ratush, MD, Debbie Ruisard, DSW, LCSW, LACDC, Loran Vocaturo, EdD, ABPP Registration Fee: $ 75.00 before 11/1, $90.00 after 11/1 (full refund if canceled before 11/17/17, no refunds after this date). Lunch is included. For information about continuing education credits for social works, please contact Dr. Debra Ruisard at druisard@cg.nj.org. Application has been made to additional professional regulatory boards for continuing education credits. Participants are encouraged to check with Dr. Ruisard for updates regarding these approvals for up to 5 continuing education credits.
Directions:
DCF Child Welfare Training Academy, 30 Van Dyke Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901


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