Full Course Description
Trauma Responsive Clinical Tools to Treat the Collective Trauma of BIPOC: Applying A.C.T.I.O.N. to Reduce the Physiological and Systemic Impact of Racial Injustice (Self-Study)
- Determine the neurological connections between racial injustice and clinical presentations of trauma.
- Analyze intergenerational, organizational, social, and cultural trauma and their clinical implications.
- Utilize tools to assess implicit bias, intergenerational, organizational, social trauma in your clinical practice.
Connecting Racial Injustice and Trauma
- Signs and symptoms related to trauma
- PTSD, ACE, CNS, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome
- Impact on neurological functioning and outcomes
- Child case study: Changes in behavior, health, and wellbeing; Pediatric, Family Centered-Care
Trauma-Informed Care and the Need to Incorporate A Strength-Based Approach
- Five dimensions of trauma
- Intergenerational, organizational, social, cultural, complex trauma, ancestral trauma
- Categories of trauma and impact
The ACTION-from-Trauma Approach Assessment and Intervention Planning
- Worksheet to assess areas of need to support treatment planning
- Strategies for physical, emotional, social and intellectual reactions to stress and trauma
- Breathwork and Valsalva
- Sensory approaches
- Body scanning and mapping
- Guided meditations
- Memory work
- PNS Activation
- Inversion techniques
- Upper and Lower Body Stretches
- Organizational and Safe Cultural Approaches
- Creating a growth plan
- Adult case study: Challenges at work and in relationships
Tools to Assess Implicit Bias, Organizational, Social, and Cultural Trauma
- ACTION approach treatment strategies for organizations and systems
- Application of culturally informed assessment and methods to develop sanctuary spaces for members of organizations
- Case studies: Organizational Trauma, Organizational Systems and Processes, Culturally Informed Safe Spaces and Workplace Health and Well-Being practices and principles.
Racial Injustice and Clinical Presentations of Trauma: A Live Panel Discussion with Q & A (Live)
- Demonstrate how racial injustice impacts the emotional regulation, musculoskeletal, sensory perception, self-regulation, and health outcomes of BIPOC.
- Utilize strategies from the ACTION from Trauma approach to improve the health and well-being of your BIPOC clients and staff.
- Apply methods and techniques for organizations to develop sanctuary and culturally safe spaces for your clients and staff.
- Review of organizational procedures, governmental policies, and research evidence
- Case scenario illustrating racial injustice, systemic racism, and impact on health and well-being
- Apply strategies from the ACTION from Trauma Approach to case scenario