Learn the nuances of trauma-informed care, including the brain/body connection, the sources and symptoms of trauma, how to foster a trauma-informed environment across the continuum of care, and more. Also learn about the signs of compassion fatigue and ways to prevent burnout in a trauma-informed setting.
Dr. Vanessa Snyder, Vice President of the Richmont Institute of Trauma & Recovery, Assistant Professor for Richmont Graduate University, and director of the Richmont Trauma Center, will be featured as the keynote speaker. Snyder is a licensed marriage and family therapist, licensed professional counselor, certified sex therapist, and a certified traumatologist. Snyder’s education includes Ph.D. Counselor Education & Supervision, Regent University; M.A. Marriage & Family Therapy, Richmont Graduate University; B.S. Mass Communications, Oral Roberts University.
- Define core presuppositions of Trauma-Informed Theory
- Identify types and prevalence of trauma
- Examine neurobiology of trauma on brain development
- Differentiate compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction and burn out
- Identify key risk factors and symptoms of compassion fatigue
- Recognize and explore the positions of the Trauma (Karmpan) Triangle in clinical settings and organizations
Date: Friday, April 3, 2020
Time: Check-in starts at 8:30 a.m.
Morning Session: 9 – 11:30 a.m.
Lunch: 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Afternoon Session: 1 – 3:30 p.m.
Location 1435 N. Glenstone Ave., Springfield, Missouri 65802. Training will be at the AGTS building on the northeast side of the Evangel University campus.
Training: Five contact hours provided.
Registration: Seating is limited. Registration will remain open as space is available.
Cost: $30 per person; current Evangel University staff, faculty, and students are free.