CCCG CONTINUING EDUCATION: 2019 FIRST FRIDAYS

Recovery, Resiliency and Trauma-Informed Care

A Series of 6 Workshops

First Friday of every month, 9:00am–12:15pm
January–June, 2019

$40 per workshop

Care and Counseling Center of Georgia—Main Office
1814 Clairmont Rd. • Decatur, GA 30033
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3 CE hours for each workshop



April 5

Treating Pervasive Trauma:
The EBTs of Trauma-Informed Practice

Treating Pervasive Trauma: The EBTs of Trauma-Informed Practice

Fonta High, LPC, NCC, MAC, and others

  • Review the effectiveness of evidence-based treatments for trauma-informed care
  • Understand the basic tenets and phases of various evidence-based treatments for trauma recovery
  • Understand how to apply the evidence-based treatments within multicultural settings



May 3

Behind Closed Doors:
Domestic Trauma & Violence

Dr. Gary Byrd, PhD, MAC, CCS, CAMS

  • Identify the major community-based support groups available to clients
  • Understand fundamentals of the major support groups and how to refer clients
  • Learn from expert representatives from various groups share insights into the benefits of connecting clients with recovery support groups

June 7

Surviving Murder-Suicide: Support for Survivors

Lane Pease, MS, NCC

  • Identify how family dynamics affect the way children and adults navigate the grieving process following a domestic homicide or murder-suicide
  • Recite best practices for supporting child and teen survivors of domestic homicide or murder-suicide
  • Recall the importance of incorporating healing and bonding for families affected by murder-suicide and domestic homicide

Previous Sessions

January 4

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Bending: Why Healing Pervasive Trauma is Vital

CyEreka Edouard, MEd, NCC, LPC & Oshetha Shakoor-Rivera, MS, APC

Bending: Why Healing Pervasive Trauma is Vital

  • Understand the history and evolution of trauma-informed care
  • Understand how to recognize well-known indicators of trauma and accurately assess for trauma
  • Understand the different types of pervasive traumas and the tenets of trauma-informed care

February 1

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Trauma 101: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children

Stefanie Turner, MPA (core CEs for GCSW, LPC, MFT, POST provided through Child Welfare Training Collaborative)

Trauma 101: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children

  • Identify the types of experiences and situations that can be traumatic for children
  • Describe three different types of trauma experiences
  • Explain the impact of trauma on children who have experienced maltreatment

March 1

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Brain 101: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Brain Development

Stefanie Turner, MPA (core CEs for GCSW, LPC, MFT, POST provided through Child Welfare Training Collaborative)

  • Review the brain systems and how stress affects the brain systems
  • Describe the impact of toxic stress and complex trauma on brain development
  • Describe the relationship between ACEs, health risks, resiliency, trauma and brain health

3 core hours of CE credit approved for each workshop from the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia, the Georgia Society for Clinical Social Work, and Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
You must be on time and stay for the entire event to receive CE credit.

Workshop Registration

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