Trauma Training & Awareness

All staff (including administrators, supervisors, direct service staff, and support staff) have research-based knowledge of the effects that exposure to traumatic stress has on children, youth and caregivers as well as strategies to promote resilience. Trauma-informed training for staff begins at the onset of employment and continues regularly, providing skills relevant to each individual’s role.

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  • Center for Child Welfare Trauma-Informed Policies, Programs, and Practices (TIPs Center)

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    Chadwick Center for Children and Families – Rady Children’s Hospital
    Child Welfare

    The TIPS center works with public Child Welfare Systems across the nation to help provide training on trauma-informed child welfare policies, programs and practices to improve the Child Welfare System and ultimately have positive impacts on the vulnerable children and family they serve.

  • Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)
    Child Welfare

    This toolkit teaches basic trauma-informed knowledge, skill, and values about working with children who are trauma exposed and in the child welfare system.

  • Trauma Informed Care Training

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    Strategies 2.0
    General

    Strategies 2.0, located in San Diego, offers full day trainings on trauma-informed care. Training topics include an overview of trauma-informed care, culturally proficient professionals, reflective supervision and adverse childhood experiences.

  • Understanding the Impact of trauma

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    JBS International
    General

    This website offers a series of videos that introduce trauma and the impact of trauma on the brain.

  • Webinar Series

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health
    General

    This website provides live and archived webinars about the intersection of trauma and domestic violence.

  • The Learning Center for Child and Adolescent Trauma

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)
    General

    An online resource for professionals and families who want to learn more about child traumatic stress . The Learning Center for Children and Adolescent Trauma offers a compendium of free online educational opportunities (e.g., webinars, E-courses) with topics including understanding traumatic stress, promoting trauma-informed policies and practices, the child welfare trauma training toolkit, and information specific to different trauma exposures and populations. Accessing this resource requires a free registration at https://learn.nctsn.org/. Once you have a registration and are signed on you can either use the link on this page or search the name of the resource on the NCTSN Learning Center website to access this resource.

  • Attachment Vitamins: Interactive Course on Early Childhood Attachment, Stress, and Trauma

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)
    Behavioral Health, Caregivers

    This E-learning course offered through the Learning Center of the NCTSN goes over ways providers and parents can better support young children as they grow and learn. Topics include understanding a child’s context, attachment and temperament, parenting styles, trauma exposure, mental health concerns, cultural considerations, and self-care tips.

  • T3; Think. Teach. Transform

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    Center for Social Innovation
    General

    Instructor-led, self-paced, online courses on child trauma. Includes webinars, an eBook, and the TICOMETER. This website offers instructor-led, self-paced, online courses on child trauma, as well as webinar recording and information about an organizational measure for implementing trauma-informed care practices.

  • Neurosequential Model

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    Child Trauma Academy
    General

    This website provides information and online training on the Neurosequential Model

  • Learning Collaborative

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    Project FORECAST
    Child Welfare

    Project FORECAST uses simulation-based learning experiences to develop trauma-informed critical thinking skills. 

  • Center for Child Welfare Trauma-Informed Policies, Programs, and Practices (TIPs Center)

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    Chadwick Center for Children and Families – Rady Children’s Hospital
    Child Welfare

    The TIPS center works with public Child Welfare Systems across the nation to help provide training on trauma-informed child welfare policies, programs and practices to improve the Child Welfare System and ultimately have positive impacts on the vulnerable children and family they serve.

  • Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)
    Child Welfare

    This toolkit teaches basic trauma-informed knowledge, skill, and values about working with children who are trauma exposed and in the child welfare system.

  • Trauma Informed Care Training

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    Strategies 2.0
    General

    Strategies 2.0, located in San Diego, offers full day trainings on trauma-informed care. Training topics include an overview of trauma-informed care, culturally proficient professionals, reflective supervision and adverse childhood experiences.

  • Understanding the Impact of trauma

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    JBS International
    General

    This website offers a series of videos that introduce trauma and the impact of trauma on the brain.

  • Webinar Series

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health
    General

    This website provides live and archived webinars about the intersection of trauma and domestic violence.

  • The Learning Center for Child and Adolescent Trauma

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)
    General

    An online resource for professionals and families who want to learn more about child traumatic stress . The Learning Center for Children and Adolescent Trauma offers a compendium of free online educational opportunities (e.g., webinars, E-courses) with topics including understanding traumatic stress, promoting trauma-informed policies and practices, the child welfare trauma training toolkit, and information specific to different trauma exposures and populations. Accessing this resource requires a free registration at https://learn.nctsn.org/. Once you have a registration and are signed on you can either use the link on this page or search the name of the resource on the NCTSN Learning Center website to access this resource.

  • Attachment Vitamins: Interactive Course on Early Childhood Attachment, Stress, and Trauma

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)
    Behavioral Health, Caregivers

    This E-learning course offered through the Learning Center of the NCTSN goes over ways providers and parents can better support young children as they grow and learn. Topics include understanding a child’s context, attachment and temperament, parenting styles, trauma exposure, mental health concerns, cultural considerations, and self-care tips.

  • T3; Think. Teach. Transform

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    Center for Social Innovation
    General

    Instructor-led, self-paced, online courses on child trauma. Includes webinars, an eBook, and the TICOMETER. This website offers instructor-led, self-paced, online courses on child trauma, as well as webinar recording and information about an organizational measure for implementing trauma-informed care practices.

  • Neurosequential Model

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    Child Trauma Academy
    General

    This website provides information and online training on the Neurosequential Model

  • Learning Collaborative

    Trauma Training & Awareness
    Project FORECAST
    Child Welfare

    Project FORECAST uses simulation-based learning experiences to develop trauma-informed critical thinking skills. 

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