This project is supported in part by the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public and Behavioral Health with funding through the Centers for Disease Control.
Trauma Informed Crisis Response
8-Week Live Online Webinar Series
September 27 – November 15, 2023
11:00 am – 1:00 pm PST
This training will provide insight for interacting with individuals and communities experiencing a mental health crisis and identifying the appropriate referral resources. Provided is an overview of Trauma Informed Care (TIC), the different types of traumas, and the continuum of mental, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive trauma reactions after a crisis.
- Understand the key principles of a trauma-informed approach to crisis care
- Understand the appropriate supports and interventions, for individuals and communities to overcome traumatic experiences
- Increase awareness of personal and professional attitudes about death, loss and separation which may influence the effectiveness of peer support practice, and personal self-care.
- Increase one’s knowledge and understanding of suicide; recognize warning signs, identify risk and protective factors, increase willingness and ability to intervene with a person at risk for suicide.
- Describe and Define Standards of Care & Ethics
- Identify Ethical Issues
- Understand and apply Mission, and Ethics Statements for Behavioral Health Care Centers
What to Expect:
- Interactive weekly Zoom sessions. Participants will be expected to have access to appropriate technology (i.e., an internet connection, webcam, laptop/tablet, speakers and microphone) to utilize the free Zoom videoconferencing platform.
For more information on using Zoom, please visit the Getting Started with Live Webinars section of our Help page.
- Each week homework assignments will be given and participants will be expected to complete the assignment prior to the next session in order to receive full participation. Full course outline and homework details will be available in your My Dashboard prior to the first live webinar session.
- Participants must attend every week in order to earn the full 25 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) required by the board. No partial credit will be issued.
- One (1) absence will be permitted with a valid excuse. Participants will be required to contact CASAT in advance in order to schedule a makeup session.
Bianca D. McCall, LMFT
Continuing Education Units: 25 CEUs total, 6 Ethics CEU's approved for Nevada Certification Board for PRSS, PRSS-S, and CHW
CASAT Learning courses are approved for CEUs by the Nevada Certification Board for PRSS/PRSS-S, and CHW, and by the boards listed here.