Experiencing trauma can affect physical, social, emotional, and behavioral aspects of life. Considering past trauma, remaining aware of coping mechanisms, and understanding the importance of trauma-informed care aids helpers in treating the whole person rather than different symptoms.
About the Trainer: Dr. Asha Dickerson, PhD, LPC, NCC, CPCS is a Licensed Professional Counselor, education consultant, and speaker based in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Dickerson has worked with individuals and families of all age ranges and her clinical and academic specialties include multicultural issues, addicted families, and blended family issues.
Describe various issues that may impact client care and recovery.
Gain knowledge of the signs and symptoms of trauma in clients, family, and colleagues.
Learn how to avoid and combat vicarious trauma in helping professionals.
Understand the importance of trauma-informed approaches in mental health treatment.
Cancellation: Refunds available up to June 1, 2020 minus $10 administrative fee. No refunds available after June 1, 2020.
Location and Parking: United Way of Central Alabama Boardroom (3600 8th Avenue S., Birmingham, AL. 35222) Free parking available on site.
Registration Options: There are two registration options.
(1) Participants can pay and register online by going to www.fshbhm.org, click on the upcoming events tab and select the June 10th training date.
(2) Participants can complete the attached registration form and mail it with a check or money order to:
Fellowship House, Inc. – Trauma Training
Attn: Elizabeth Norman
1625 12th Avenue S.
Birmingham, AL 35205
*Please make checks or money orders out to: Fellowship House, Inc.*