Discusses the distinction between spirituality and religion, as well as the consequences trauma has on spirituality. This webinar addresses the signs and symptoms of a moral injury and the importance of self-care for mental health providers.
The following resources on Culture and Trauma were developed by the NCTSN.
Provides participants the opportunity to participate in a Spanish language presentation and experience first-hand the modifications implemented in TF-CBT.
Describes the development and implementation of guidelines for providing services to Latino families affected by trauma.
Provides an overview of trauma- and substance abuse-focused evidence-based treatments for minority ethnic groups.
Discusses culture, context, and perspective as related to the treatment of child traumatic grief.
Focuses on the roles cultural sensitivity and race play in research on PTSD in children. This webinar discusses research as it relates to Katrina and African Americans.
Helps mental health care providers, working in the Mexico-US border region, understand the diverse cultural, socioeconomic, environmental, and political factors that daily impact the lives of their clients/patients.
Discusses the role of religion and spirituality in trauma treatment and recovery.
Discusses general principles at the level of culture, family, and the individual child that clinicians should consider when adapting a trauma treatment for non-majority populations.
Discusses the trauma treatment needs of rural youth and families.
Addresses the issues facing poor, urban, African American children who deal with traumatic stress. The webinar discusses how conceptions of race and racism have an impact on these children and their families.
Raises awareness of the vulnerability to abuse and neglect among gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender adolescents. This webinar describes the stages of sexual identity development as they relate to LGBTQ youth and the barriers to LGBTQ youth coming to terms with their sexuality.