Originally Aired on Thursday, November 15, 2012

Trauma-Informed System of Care Webinar

Trauma plays a critical role in the lives of many children, adolescents, and families. This webinar summarized the impact of traumatic events on children, youth and families and raised attendees’ awareness of the key elements of a trauma-informed system of care. Presenters outlined key initiatives and lessons learned at both the state and community level to develop trauma-informed child-serving systems in Texas.

It was the fourth webinar in a series aimed toward increasing awareness and understanding about the System of Care framework in Texas and is part of the training and technical assistance activities associated with the Achieving Successful Systems Enriching (ASSET) expansion grant. ASSET is focused on improving outcomes for children and youth with complex mental health needs and their families. The intended audience for this webinar includes anyone involved with children or youth programs or services interested in learning about trauma and trauma-informed systems of care.

View the Archived Webinar

Click here to view the archived Moving Toward Trauma-Informed System of Care webinar

Note:  Some of the links in the video may be outdated. Please refer to this web page for the most current information and links.

After finishing the webinar, please complete this survey. Once you submit your survey, you will be able to download a certificate for continuing education hours.

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Presenter Bios
Presentation slides – Molly Lopez
Presentation slides – Sherri Hammack
Presentation slides – Lena Zettler
Presentation slides – Shalonda J. Brooks