2017 Behavioral Health Summit
May 5, 2017, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
On completion of this program, the participant should be able to: Beyond ACEs: Building Hope and Resiliency in Iowa •Describe a basic understanding of the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study and Iowa-specific data •Discuss the framework for how adverse experiences lead to later health outcomes and risky behaviors •Identify opportunities to take informed action in response to Iowa ACEs data The Basics of Human Trafficking •Know the legal definitions of human trafficking •Describe risk factors of human trafficking •Discuss the process by which human trafficking occurs •Summarize how human trafficking looks locally •Summarize local resources for human trafficking survivors An Orientation to Trauma-Informed Care •Define trauma-informed Care •Describe the effects trauma has on child development, behaviors and functioning •Discuss the effects of generational trauma and the importance of being trauma-informed •Recognize the common language around trauma-informed care, including the shift from “what’s wrong with you” to “what’s happened to you” to help those impacted by trauma in developing a narrative for their stories •Identify importance of roles and how personal history and trauma intersects and influences perceptions of others •Describe how behavior is a symptom and how this relates to physical, mental and emotional health choices
Target audience: Mental health providers, health care providers, educators and community service providers Instructors and credentials Kelly Saul, MA, Community Outreach Advocate, Family Resources - Braking Traffik Master's degree in human services with a concentration in marriage and family therapy Lisa Cushatt, LMSW, Program Manager, ACEs 360 of Iowa Master of Social Work degree with a concentration in policy, planning and administration Sara Butler Shoop, B.S., Program Case Worker/Agency Trauma-Informed Care Coordinator, Young House Family Services Bachelor's degree in psychology with training in trauma-informed care Continuing-education credit This program is approved for 7.7 CEUs for participants who attend the entire program. Great River Medical Center is Iowa Board of Nursing Provider #43 The Iowa Board of Certification has approved this program for 6.0 hours: Special Populations Cost, $25 This event is partially funded by Des Moines County Crisis Prevention Center Services and Southeast Iowa Link.
The cost includes materials, CEU recording and lunch. Registration The class size is limited. Please register below by Friday, April 28. Registration link: http://greatrivermedical.org/events/professional/2017-behavi oral-health-summit