The Roles of Historical Trauma and Cultural Humility for Court Appointed Special for Children and Youth Who Have Experienced Abuse and Neglect – Part 1

The Roles of Historical Trauma and Cultural Humility for Court Appointed Special for Children and Youth Who Have Experienced Abuse and Neglect – Part 1

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Beginning to learn about the complexities of historical trauma plays an important role in providing meaningful and trauma-informed services to victims of crime. Additionally, understanding cultural humility and learning how to incorporate these concepts into service delivery can significantly enhance the services and support that are provided to young people involved with the child welfare system. The training will provide participants with concrete steps for identifying and addressing vicarious trauma in themselves and in coworkers and the impact historical trauma may have on personal resiliency. The training will also include strategies for building individual and organizational resiliency and a brief introduction to the OVC Vicarious Trauma Toolkit.

Presented by the Office for Victims of Crime

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