CEUs are not available for this event
ACRC Members Only Webinar
Public Policy: What's New & What's Next?
This monthly community conversation, hosted by ACRC's Chief Policy & Practice Advisor, is an opportunity to catch up on domestic and international policy news, emerging issues, and hot topics related to child welfare, juvenile justice, education, and mental health -- increasing member knowledge and capacity to engage in individual and collective advocacy. Participants will be able to meaningfully interact and share information and questions throughout the webinar and during reserved time for Q and A. For more in-depth public policy engagement, be sure to join ACRC's Public Policy Committee!
Presenter: Lisette Burton, Chief Policy & Practice Advisor; ACRC
FREE Webinar & NASW CEUs to ACRC Members
$50 for Non-Members & $25 NASW CEUs
Creative Activities to Support Connection
In a Time of “Social Distancing”
Connection might be the most important need for all humans. Military service, in particular, can disrupt connection and feelings of comfort for the service member, their partners, and children. Through selected experiential activities the participants will explore ways to increase connection. Military families will be the example, but the tools and techniques shared can be applied to all families, both for during separation and during reintegration.
Measuring Trauma-Informed Care Across Sectors
How do you measure if your agency is trauma-informed? This presentation reviews the process of program evaluation and measurement in the TIC field. It introduces the Attitudes Related to Trauma Informed Care (ARTIC) one of the first empirically validated measures. The ARTIC is administered on-line and generates multiple reports.
Patricia D. Wilcox, LCSW Vice President, Traumatic Stress Institute, Klingberg Family Centers, New Britain, CT. 06052
John Engel, Coordinator, Traumatic Stress Institute, Klingberg Family Centers, New Britain, CT. 06052
648 N. Plankinton Ave, Suite 425 Milwaukee, WI 53203