July 11, 2016
presented by Abbey Stamp, LCSW
July 11th, 2016
Goldendale Fire Hall
225 West Court Street, Goldendale, Washington
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., lunch provided
No charge to attend.
This workshop will help participants understand the science of trauma
and how it presents challenges in behaviors of individuals you are often
called to protect and serve.
An overview of the neurological and physical impact of trauma on
children, teens, adults and families will take place, as well as an
understanding of positive factors that support resilience.
This dynamic session will provide ways to intervene in order to decrease
triggers that may provoke additional behaviors. Participants will also
learn how their own past experiences can affect their responses, and the
importance of taking care of one's self.
Sponsored by the Skamania Klickitat Community
Network with support from the Community
Foundation of SW Washington and the
Goldendale Fire Department.
Register by July 8th at email@example.com, or by calling
SKCN's toll free message line at 509-426-4813
an upcoming training coming to Goldendale on July 11th. The topic is on trauma and adversity and their affects on individual's health and behavior-something you all deal with every day as you are called to protect and serve. Information on the supportive factors that help individuals and communities build resiliency will also be provided.
Abbey Stamp from Portland will provide the training. She recently completed this workshop in Battle Ground and White Salmon to excellent reviews!
In checking with the Washington State Criminal Justice Commission, this four hour workshop will count towards training hours if approved by your local enforcement agency or organization.
There is no charge, and it is open to all criminal justice, social service personnel and emergency responders in the region. It's local, so travel time will be minimal. Lunch will be provided. Please register by calling our voice mail message line at 509-426-4813, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Please share this with team members, colleagues and fellow officers! We have been generously funded by the Community Foundation of SW Washington.
There will be other opportunities for similar trainings over the next year, so if you cannot make it this time there will be other chances-stay tuned for additional announcements.
Director, Rural Community and Family Resources
Skamania Klickitat Community Network
Building strong, healthy communities