Focuses on complex trauma and polyvictimization. This webinar describes how they affect a wide range of populations, as well as offers useful tools to a broad range of professionals, including educators, mental health providers, law enforcement, judicial personnel, and child welfare workers.
The NCTSN has produced dozens of webinar series, comprised of virtual presentations by expert researchers and practitioners, on various topics in the field of child traumatic stress. Most webinars are from 60 to 90 minutes in length and are available for continuing education credit.
Provides participants with information about many levels of cultural competence when working with LGBTQ Youth. This webinar discusses the coming out process, as well as gender as a continuum rather than a binary concept.
Discusses findings from research on crossover youth and how traumatic stress plays a role in the trajectory of crossover youth, as well as implications for policy and practice.
Describes the Systems of Care Initiative and how federal programs are realized at local levels.
Addresses the importance of understanding child traumatic grief and loss.
Describes work from McCormick Foundation, RAND Corporation, and Duke University's Veteran Culture and Clinical Competence (V3C) Program.
Features an update on US Army Behavioral Health Services, including types of services and initiatives available to soldiers and their families.
Focuses on the implementation of Caring for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma: A Workshop for Resource Parents.
Discusses how child-serving systems can improve their response to the needs of youth that cross over from child welfare to juvenile justice.
Provides information about the effects of prenatal exposure to substances and trauma on children.
Addresses trauma screening and assessment for parents and children in the child welfare system, with a focus on how information gained through screening can help inform casework practice, improve family engagement, and guide decision-making regarding mental health services.
Describes the work of Strong Families Strong Forces, a home-based intervention for military families with young children (birth to five).