Healing the Hurt that Lives On (2 CE Hours)
Effective Trauma Responsive Approaches to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
This is a PsychMaven course, taught by Dr. Larry McCullough of Pinetree Institute
This training will be taught live and online of April 16, 2021
Make Sure to Register for the Live Course Webinar in the Curriculum Below After Purchase
*2.0 hours of continuing education clock hours in behavioral health
This two-hour live webinar course will move from what Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are, toward providing insight into how to take action in building trauma responsive communities through relationships, and positive experiences that have the potential to address the impacts of ACEs. Learn about the principles of trauma informed approaches, and how to draw on capacities for creating positive experiences, building a robust sense of community and forging strong relationships through understanding the underlying neurobiology of the human social engagement system.This course is grounded in solid research into the dynamics of ACEs and the impact of trauma and also shares experienced based strategies for addressing this impact with individuals, families, and communities.
After finishing this course, students should be able to:
- Understand the neurobiology of the impact of ACEs and the need for trauma informed approaches that create positive experiences, build community and foster strong relationships.
- Apply insights from the neurobiology of the human social engagement system to building healing relationships.
- Integrate the practical implications of fostering a shift in cultural attitudes and the double continuum of health; reducing adversity and increasing positive experiences.
- Know principles of trauma informed approaches that guide decision making in services impacting children and families including in the context of mental/behavioral health care; as well as in education, health services, law enforcement and other community services.
- Action steps for reducing the impact of ACEs on individuals, families, and communities
PsychMaven is the sole party responsible for all aspects for this program.
Dr. Larry McCullough is the founder and executive director the workshop and retreat center at Pinetree Farm and began hosting workshops in 2005. He officially launched Pinetree Institute in 2012 to address issues of positive well-being through workshop offerings and community programs in the Seacoast New Hampshire / Southern Maine region. He holds his doctorate (EdD) in applied behavioral sciences from the University of Massachusetts- Amherst; and he brings his experience in the development of trauma-informed approaches to community services, especially as related to addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) as a way of building individual, family and community resilience. For more visit at www.PinetreeInstitute.org