Trauma Informed Care Training - January 2017

Thursday, 26 January 2017 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

313 Clinton Street, Schenectady, NY, 12305, United States

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This TIC Training is being offered free of charge by way of grant funding through Schenectady County's Council of Community Services.

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Thursday, 26 January 2017 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

Schenectady Works / Career Training Center, 313 Clinton Street, Schenectady, NY, 12305, United States.

Trauma Informed Care

Evidence suggests that the experience of trauma in childhood can lead to poverty in areas of development, health, social wellness, educational outcomes, career opportunities, and behavioral health. Experiences of trauma can impact a person throughout adulthood, setting a pretext for further trauma.  This training will define trauma, traumatic stress, and other key terms.  This workshop will help participants develop an understanding of how trauma can impact one’s worldview and will function to create an advanced awareness and dialogue about the relevance of trauma in understanding the growth, development, functioning, and behavior in children and adults.  This workshop will also discuss vicarious trauma and the importance of taking care of one’s self.


Cancellation policy

If cancellation is necessary, please cancel attendance one week prior to event. Please contact us 518-738-3391 or

Schenectady Works

Schenectady Bridges exists to build bridges that support individuals from our community as they move from poverty to sustainability. Utilizing the Bridges Out of Poverty constructs as a foundation, Schenectady Bridges will collaboratively and innovatively build resources and remove barriers through dynamic programmatic and economic development leading to individual, organizational, and community-wide wellness, opportunity, and transformation. Build relationships & empower individuals Improve outcomes throughout organizations Influence & improve systems at the community/policy level Utilize Bridges Out of Poverty constructs to develop a common service culture throughout the community with a “common language & lens”. Commitment to cooperation, coordination, and collaboration across all sectors and all levels of the community.

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