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This event is funded through Mecklenburg County ReCAST, a SAMHSA-funded grant initiative.
The purpose of this event is to increase shared knowledge in the community of the strategies, tools, and resources for trauma-informed approach and resilience. This event is funded through Mecklenburg County ReCAST, a SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) grant awarded to Mecklenburg County Public Health. ReCAST supports community-based approaches to improving trauma informed care and resilience for systems, organizations and communities.
Who Should Attend?
This event is for individuals or groups, especially those who engage in direct service provision for youth and families in Mecklenburg County. (Employees/Staff within education, Healthcare, Faith communities, Non-profit - especially youth-serving organizations, Government, Justice, and MOU partners of Mecklenburg County ReCAST)
How do we ensure that we manage through our current crises in a way that promotes growth? We recognize our country is in the middle of an international pandemic and crisis, yet we are continuing to try and function daily at work, school and within our families. In this webinar we will review what we know about managing in crisis and what you can do now to ensure post-traumatic growth at the end of this time of crisis as opposed to burnout.
Release Date: 8/7/2020
Valid Through: 8/6/2022
ELIZABETH GUROFF, MA, LCMFT
Director, Trauma-informed Services, National Council for Behavioral Health
ReCAST II (Resilience in Communities After Stress and Trauma) - Dynamic Documentation - How to Write a Quality Progress Note, Conduct a Comprehensive Clinical Assessment, and Write Addendums for Higher Levels of Care