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ACEs Aware Learning Network Call: Mitigating Secondary Trauma in ACE Screening
January 25 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
This Learning Network Call will feature a presentation by Kenneth Epstein, PhD, LCSW, followed by a discussion on supporting a trauma-informed approach to ACE screening and the role of organizational culture in mitigating secondary trauma.
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About the Presenter: Kenneth Epstein, PhD, LCSW
Kenneth Epstein, PhD, LCSW, has spent his career dedicated to Children, Youth and Family Mental Health providing direct service, teaching and in clinical and administrative leadership positions. His clinical and academic expertise is in Couples and Family Treatment as well as organizational culture change and he has practiced, taught and supervised for close to 3 decades. Prior to his retirement in September of 2018, he served as the Director of the Children Youth and Family System of Care for San Francisco's Behavioral Health Services since 2012. Dr. Epstein has worked in University, Non-profit and County government positions in San Francisco and Vermont, and has been an innovator in the development, implementation and sustainability of a family centered approach through an equity, social justice and trauma informed lens. In his retirement, he is focusing on preparing, supporting and developing leadership, organizational and clinical models that focus on relational healing, systems change and compassionate care.