The Ripple Effect

An integrative framework for enhancing trauma-informed practice across systems

June 5, 2018

MCM Elegante in Albuquerque, NM

8:30am – 4:30pm, Lunch on your own

6 Continuing Education Credits (CEU) are available

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More about this training:

This workshop presents an integrative framework for understanding and communicating across systems about how trauma can affect a child, a family, and a system. The framework was developed by Chandra Ghosh Ippen, Christopher Layne, and Bob Pynoos of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) and is adapted from core trauma concepts identified and ratified by the NCTSN Core Curriculum on Childhood Trauma Task Force.  The Ripple Effect translates complex trauma concepts using metaphor, visual models, common language, and rich case example and shows:

1) the domains of functioning affected by trauma;

2) the mechanisms through which trauma affects development, and

3) intervention pathways.

Presented by: Chandra Ghosh Ippen is the Associate Director of the Child Trauma Research Program at the University of California, San Francisco and the Director of Dissemination for Child-Parent Psychotherapy. She specializes in working with young children who have experienced trauma and has co-authored over 20 publications on trauma and diversity-informed practice, including the manual for Child-Parent Psychotherapy, the children’s story “Once I Was Very Very Scared,” and the Trinka and Sam story series. She has over 14 years of experience conducting trainings nationally and internationally in diversity-informed practice and Child-Parent Psychotherapy. She also has a lifetime mission to bake 1000 pies and a pie in all 50 states

 

 For more information please contact Mary Ortaleza ortaleza@nmsu.edu