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Addressing the Impact of Trauma on Women – Webinar Recording
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If you missed the live Webinar, don’t miss these four informative presentations on women and trauma. “Addressing the Intersection of Trauma, Mental Health Challenges, and Substance Use” is the second webinar in the series, The Past, Present, & Future of Federal Government’s Commitment to Addressing the Impact of Trauma on Women, hosted by The Women and Trauma Federal Partners Committee .

Webinar presentations include:

  • Women and Violence Study: Trauma Services in Public Mental Health – Susan E. Salasin, International Adviser for Development of Trauma Informed Care Public Health Programs
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences: Impact on Health & Wellbeing across the Life Course – Melissa Merrick, PhD, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
  • Seeking Safety: An evidence-based model for trauma and/or addition – Lisa M. Najavits, PhD, Boston University School of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
  • If it Works In Miami…a Model Program for Serving Traumatized Human Beings – Teresa Descilo, MSW, MCT, The Trauma Resolution Center

You can access the PowerPoint slides and the audio recording of the webinar at: http://www.nasmhpd.org/TA/Women_and_Trauma_Webinar_Info.aspx


This announcement is available at NIC's Gender-Responsive News for Women and Girls.  Feel free to forward to friends and colleagues.  Subscribe to the newsletter at http://nicic.gov/go/subscribe.

For additional resources on Justice-Involved Women go to NIC’s Women Offenders.




Posted Tue, Jul 1 2014 9:42 AM by Susan Powell

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