Paula Panzer and I are providing the featured presentations for this half-day conference sponsored by the NY Regional Chapters of the American Association of Community Psychiatrists & the American Association of Psychiatric Administrators. We will also join a panel discussion right afterwards, along with Tony Salerno, Anne Tallegrand, and Susan Albamont.
Mount Sinai West
1000 Tenth Ave
Conference Room B, 2nd Floor
There is a $15 registration fee. Breakfast and coffee will be served.
I'm providing a trauma training for staff working in various programs operated by Diaspora Community Services in Rockaway, Queens. The programs include Transition to Independent Living, Maternal Group Home, and HIV/AIDS Prevention.
I will be helping the Department of Health and Mental Health train the newly formed "School Mental Health Consultants" group who were hired under the Thrive NYC initiative to spread a comprehensive mental health plan for NYC. I'm launching the four month training with two introductory overview trainings on trauma for this group and then providing them with in-depth training on a new platform that I will reveal soon
I will be helping the Department of Health and Mental Health train the newly formed "School Mental Health Consultants" group who were hired under the Thrive NYC initiative to spread a comprehensive mental health plan for NYC. I'm launching the four month training with two introductory overview trainings on trauma for this group and then providing them with in-depth training on a new platform that I will reveal soon!
The Department of Youth and Community Development is hosting a symposium for their Community Board Organizations that provide after-school services in New York City. The symposium’s goal is to re-establish best practices, gain knowledge on regulatory procedures, and build a systematic approach to ensuring safety in our programs. The approach will target three core values of safety: Building a Foundation, Identification, and Implementing Resolutions.
I will be hosting a workshop on trauma-informed engagement as part of this event.
The classic training. The event is no longer posted on eventbrite. DYCD is now using CBEvents.
Open the event to see the agenda for the full symposium
This talk will likely be open to any Queens College students and faculty. I can find out about others if anyone is interested. I'm presenting an overview of my approach to trauma therapy.
I'll be doing a full day training on trauma-informed engagement for the NYC Office of Mental Health.
Same training, different day, for NYS OMH funded agency staff. Let me know if you want to come.
This is a follow-up training to the introductory training on Engaging Traumatized Youth funded through the NYC Dept of Youth and Community Development. In this workshop, participants will practice applying principles in role play of various clinical scenarios.
52 Broadway, 19th Floor Rm A
New York, NY 10004
Keith Cruise and I will kick off this conference by giving an overview of traumatic stress. The goal of the conference is to help schools respond more appropriately to traumatized youth and stop atrocities like those shown in the media and curtail the school to prison pipeline.
I will be providing the keynote and a workshop on racial trauma for this half-day conference on runaway and homeless youth sponsored by the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development. All are welcome to attend!
Day long training for the NYS Office of Mental Health. Let me know if you want to come.
I'll be delivering my standard introductory training on how to work with traumatized youth at Pilgrim Psychiatric Center in West Brentwood, NY (Long Island) for the NYS Office of Mental Health. Let me know if you are interested in coming and maybe I can get you in.
TBHI is having their annual four-day conference at the Austin Convention Center on August 10-14, 2015. I will present two workshops on Wednesday August 12:
8:30 - 10 am Core Foundations in Child Traumatic Stress
1:30 - 3 pm Practical Engagement Strategies for Traumatized Youth and Families
To find out more about the conference visit www.texinstitute.com.