Whether you work in an addiction treatment program, mental health center, correctional setting, school or community-based human services, Dr. Stephanie S. Covington's evidence-based curricula provide you with gender-responsive, trauma-informed frameworks for therapeutic interventions.
Learn why this approach is so transformative in empowering recovery and well-being for women, men, girls, boys and gender-expansive people, and how to implement the principles and practices in your work with individuals and groups.
Your two-and-a-half-day training conference experience will include a foundational presentation on gender-responsive, trauma-informed interventions by Dr. Covington, and your choice of core curricula and special-focus learning tracks. Optional evening presentations by Dr. Covington are offered complimentary as a part of your registration. Earn up to 19 CEs.
-Define the terms "trauma-informed" and "gender-responsive"
-Describe the core values of trauma-informed services
-Explain the differences between trauma-informed, trauma-responsive and trauma-specific services
-Understand the prevalence of trauma and the historical background of trauma
-Understand the role of gender socialization and its implications for treatment approaches
-Describe the essential elements needed for groups focusing on trauma
-Demonstrate various therapeutic techniques (including grounding exercises)
-Explore the connections between addiction, trauma and mental health
-Provide in-depth training for six evidence-based treatment curricula
-Develop strategies for work within criminal justice settings
An internationally recognized clinician, author, organizational consultant and lecturer, Dr. Covington is a pioneer in the fields of addiction, trauma and recovery. Her innovative, gender-responsive and trauma-informed approach is widely implemented in public, private and institutional settings.