Trauma-Informed Care: Exploring the Effects of Trauma and How to Promote Resiliency-Paulding County
Starting 4/25/2019 at 4:30 PM until 6:30 PM
Event Groups:
• Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities - OCECD Events
Sponsored by
The Parent Mentor Program, Western Buckeye ESC, Paulding County and in collaboration with Westwood Behavioral Health Center and Paulding County United Way
This training is a Strategic Response to the Paulding County Community Health Improvement  Plan/Survey

FREE Training for Parents. Caregivers, Educators & Professionals!
With Presenter:
Ashlen Glenn, LPC, CTP, Westwood Behavioral Health Center
About the Presenter: Ashlen Glenn is a licensed professional counselor, who works at Westwood Behavioral Health Center. As a Certified Trauma Practitioner Ashlen specializes in  working with students and families who have been through traumatic  experiences.

Topic Overview: In this training you will be equipped with an awareness and understanding of trauma. Trauma's effect on the brain will be explored as well as education on the symptoms of trauma. We will identify how to support the child in the home and school environments as well as resiliency factors that promote healing. Upon completion a working knowledge of suicide awareness and prevention will also be gained.

Date & Time: Thursday, April 25, 2019, 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.

Training Location: Wayne Trace JR-SR High School, 4915 US 127, Haviland, OH
(Please park and enter on Westside of the high school, entering through the glass doors)

There is no cost to attend the Parent-Professional Trainings.
Certificate of Attendance available upon request.
Pre-registration is preferred by contacting:

Cathy Ruiz, Parent Mentor WesternBuckeye, ESC, 202 N. Cherry Street, Paulding, OH
Office: 419-399-4711, Cell: 419-203-7364
or email Cathy at: mailto:cruiz@wbesc.org 
Wayne Trace JR-SR High School, 4915 US 127, Haviland, OH
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