Thu, Jan 30 | Thompson School District R2-J

Secondary Traumatic Stress in Helping Professions

January 22, 2020: The additional seats have filled up and this presentation has reached MAX CAPACITY. We are no longer taking registrations. Thank you for the interest and stay tuned for future Leap presentations.
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Secondary Traumatic Stress in Helping Professions

Time & Location

Jan 30, 2020, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Thompson School District R2-J, 800 S Taft Ave, Loveland, CO 80537, USA

About The Event

This presentation is now sold out. Thank you for the interest and stay tuned for future Leap presentations. 

Join the Leap Coalition and Dr. Noelle Hause for a conversation on identifying and preventing secondary traumatic stress and its potential impact on child-serving professionals. 

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) explains: “Each year more than 10 million children in the United States endure the trauma of abuse, violence, natural disasters, and other adverse events. These experiences can give rise to significant emotional and behavioral problems that can profoundly disrupt the children’s lives and bring them in contact with child-serving systems. For therapists, child welfare workers, case managers, and other helping professionals involved in the care of traumatized children and their families, the essential act of listening to trauma stories may take an emotional toll that compromises professional functioning and diminishes quality of life. Individual and supervisory awareness of the impact of this indirect trauma exposure—referred to as secondary traumatic stress—is a basic part of protecting the health of the worker and ensuring that children consistently receive the best possible care from those who are committed to helping them." 

“We are stewards not just of those who allow us into their lives but of our own capacity to be helpful"

Learn more: https://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resources/fact-sheet/secondary_traumatic_stress_child_serving_professionals.pdf

About the Presenter: Noelle Hause, EdD, LPC IMH-E Mentor - Clinical  

Dr. Noelle Hause, a graduate of the Irving Harris Child Development and Mental Health Fellowship, is an experienced Infant Mental Health Endorsed Mentor with a demonstrated history of working in higher education, program development, clinical services, and systems building. She provided coordination for the Weld Systems Navigation Project LAUNCH and the Trauma Informed Infant Mental Health Consultation Judicial and Child Welfare Project in Weld County, Co. Currently, she is in private practice and focuses on training, supervision, higher education and consultation related to reflective practice, infant mental health, maternal mental health, and trauma informed care. 

Details:

Thursday, January 30, 2020

9:00-11:00am

Thompson School District Board Room

800 S. Taft Ave, Loveland, CO 80537

Free to attend, registration required at www.leapcoalitionlarimer.org 

Coffee and light breakfast snacks will be provided. 

Registration is Closed

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