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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)

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Objectives

  1. Determine the neurological connections between racial injustice and clinical presentations of trauma.
  2. Analyze intergenerational, organizational, social, and cultural trauma and their clinical implications.
  3. Utilize tools to assess implicit bias, intergenerational, organizational, social trauma in your clinical practice.

Outline

Connecting Racial Injustice and Trauma

Trauma-Informed Care and the Need to Incorporate A Strength-Based Approach

The ACTION-from-Trauma Approach Assessment and Intervention Planning

Tools to Assess Implicit Bias, Organizational, Social, and Cultural Trauma

Copyright : 02/02/2021

Racial Injustice and Clinical Presentations of Trauma: A Live Panel Discussion with Q & A (Live)

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Objectives

  1. Demonstrate how racial injustice impacts the emotional regulation, musculoskeletal, sensory perception, self-regulation, and health outcomes of BIPOC.
  2. Utilize strategies from the ACTION from Trauma approach to improve the health and well-being of your BIPOC clients and staff.
  3. Apply methods and techniques for organizations to develop sanctuary and culturally safe spaces for your clients and staff.

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Copyright : 03/19/2021