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Trauma Informed Care: A Systemic Approach to Creating Safe Healing Environments

Learning Objectives:

– Participants will be able to provide a definition of trauma that includes biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors.

– Participants will understand the prevalence and impact of trauma in their organizational setting and clinical practice.

– Participants will understand the relevance of Trauma Informed Care in organizational policies and procedures, as well as individual practices.

– Participants will familiarize themselves with the signs and symptoms of trauma in patients, families, and staff.

– Participants will gain a familiarity with the Six Principles of Trauma Informed Care.

– Participants will be able to apply each of the Six Principles of Trauma Informed Care in their work.

Date: Friday, May 3rd, 2024
Time: 10am – 2pm
Where: Online via Zoom
Trainer: Korrin Vanderhoof, LCSW

Korrin Vanderhoof is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with fifteen years of experience working in various mental health settings including community service, education, research, and private practice. She currently owns and operates her own private practice, Sunrise Counseling and Wellness, and is the former director of one of the largest counseling practices in the Hampton Roads area.

Korrin’s clinical experience includes working with clients across the life span with a wide range of concerns from day to day stress, to trauma and grief, to serious mental illness. Her experience in building a large, successful practice from the ground up has also given her the unique perspective of identifying what it takes to create an organizational environment that fosters safety, support, growth, and healing for both the clients served as well as her employees.

While maintaining her clinical practice, Korrin also serves as an adjunct faculty member at Old Dominion University and has assisted in conducting clinical education research. She is also passionate about broadening her understanding of novel approaches to mental health treatment including mindfulness based, somatic, and psychedelic assisted treatment approaches. In her free time, Korrin enjoys coaching rugby, attending concerts, expressing herself through art, and spending time in nature with her two dogs, Petunia and Magnolia.

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May 03 2024


10:00 am - 2:00 pm