Tag: Trauma-Informed Health Care

Tag: Trauma-Informed Health Care

ACEs Aware Provider Training, Capital Region
June 24, 2021 LPOC Organization

Through this training, organizational leaders will be able to: gain insight and tools on ACEs, toxic stress, ACE screening, and unique populations experiencing ACEs to assess their local communities, to then  identify and engage community-based services to provide a warm handoff for patients and their families to gain access to ongoing support in the community.

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Providing Inclusive & Integrated Services to LGBTQ+ Individuals
July 12, 2021 LPOC Organization

A two-part LGBTQ+ Integrated Care webinar series to hear from integrated health experts who will explore health disparities and clinical strategies for providing inclusive & integrated health services to LGBTQ+ individuals.

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ACEs Aware Provider Training, Los Angeles Region
June 24, 2021 LPOC Organization

Through this training, organizational leaders will be able to: gain insight and tools on ACEs, toxic stress, ACE screening, and unique populations experiencing ACEs to assess their local communities, to then  identify and engage community-based services to provide a warm handoff for patients and their families to gain access to ongoing support in the community.

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Transforming Trauma: How Organizations Become Healing Places (part 2)
July 7, 2021 LPOC Organization

In Webinars #2 we will continue to examine the “5 Key Practices” to transform trauma, with content focused on stress, reflective practices and reframing.

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The Science of ACEs and Toxic Stress, (Part 2)
June 21, 2021 LPOC Organization

Join the second in a series of webinars that will explore the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress. Al Race, Deputy Director and Chief Knowledge Officer from the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University will lead a deep dive into how early experiences affect lifelong health.

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PROTECTIVE FACTORS & ACES: MEETING FAMILIES WITH HOPE AND HEALING
June 29, 2021 LPOC Organization

This session will build the capacity of providers serving families with young children (physicians, behavioral health clinicians, social workers, case managers) to approach family interactions with a protective factors framework.

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