Studies have shown that adverse childhood experiences and traumatic events can have a lasting, negative impact on a person’s health and well-being.
This new training is designed to help you develop the unique skillset needed to support individuals who have experienced adverse childhood experiences and traumatic events.
What participants told us they learned:
TIC is a philosophical shift and not a diagnosis for PTSD
ACEs are prevalent across all economic levels
Trauma manifests into different behaviors than expected
Teachers should teach as if all students have ACE scores
This training is designed for professionals who work with children and families, including educators and administrators, childcare providers, law enforcement, youth-serving organizations, health and human service providers, faith-based organizations, healthcare and victim advocates.
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Lunch (on your own)
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$150 per registrant
There will be a $25.00 processing fee for invoicing of registration costs.
A cancellation fee of $75 will be incurred for cancellations up to 48 hours prior to a training. No refund is offered for cancellations less than 48 hours prior to a training.
Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center (GNCPTC) reserves the right to cancel or postpone this seminar if minimum registration requirements are not met or as a result of Force Majeure. GNCPTC will make all attempts to notify registrants of cancellation or postponement at the earliest opportunity. GNCPTC is not responsible for any costs incurred by registrants due to cancellation or postponement, including but not limited to airfares and hotels.
Participants will be able to:
Increase awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and impact on well-being.
Explain the physiological effect of trauma on the brain.
Improve knowledge on ACEs, Trauma, and Trauma-Informed Care.
Describe Trauma-Informed Care and its impact on your work.
Generate actionable ideas for applying knowledge to your work with youth and adults.
Enhance the community’s ability to prevent and respond to trauma.
Jane is the Victim Assistance Specialist for the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center (JWRC), a program of Zero Abuse Project. In this role, she trains and educates on topics related to violence and prevention, supports families who have a missing loved one and advocates for victims and families struggling with the effects of abuse or neglect.
There are many hotels in the area including a nearby Hilton. There are also a number of Air B&B’s in the area. If you want to be close to restaurants then we suggest staying downtown, and know the Hilton to be a reliable hotel.
Most participants without a vehicle prefer to take Uber or Lyft. The building is on a bus line, so if you check the MTC (Metro Transit) website you can plug in a trip planner which will give you possible bus routes. Have the driver leave you in front of the main entrance where the large surface parking lot is located on the East side of the building.
Address is: Hennepin Square Office Building 2021 East Hennepin Av, Suite 360 Jacob Wetterling Resource Center Minneapolis, MN 55413.
The event is finished.
Mar 21 2019
Date: Mar 21 2019
Time: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Zero Abuse Project is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to the elimination of child sexual abuse. Our programs are designed to provide training and education to professionals and students, and to help transform institutions to effectively prevent, recognize, and respond to child sexual abuse.