Supporting Kids in Crisis Through the Lens of Trauma

Friday, October 12 2018, 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM [EST]

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Friday, October 12 2018, 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM [EST]

About the Event

Registration 1:00-1:30; workshop 1:30-3:30
Mawhinney Hall m345
Park in lots 1 or 19
 
Presenter bio: Alana Russotti, LCSW, IMH-E © has been working with children and families impacted by trauma in the Greater Rochester community for over 10 years. Alana holds a Bachelor’s degree from St. John Fisher College in Psychology and Women & Gender Studies and a Master’s Degree from Fordham University in Social Work with a Clinical Concentration. Fueled by a core belief that the most meaningful way to support children is through their relationships with their caregivers, she began her career at SPCC in the Supervised Visitation Program. In 2014, after identifying a need for more intensive treatment options for children in foster care and high-conflict custody situations, Alana co-created Rochester’s first Therapeutic Visitation Program; she currently works as the Clinical Supervisor of this program. Relationships are at the core of who Alana is and she deeply values the impact of healthy relationships between clients and clinicians, in the supervisory relationship, and between multi-disciplinary systems alike. Alana holds particular expertise in providing and consulting and training in areas of Infant Mental Health, Reflective Supervision, parent-child Emotional Availability®, child-centered high-conflict custody, Child-Centered Play Therapy, the impacts of trauma on children, and crisis intervention for children. 
Heavily rooted in trauma theory and child development, this 2 hour training provides professionals and caregivers with theoretical foundation and tools to support children in crisis.  The training specifically addresses the nuances of traumainformed care and expressed symptomology in children that have experienced foster care placement, multiple caregiving transitions, grief & loss.
Participants will increase their ability to:
1.       Identify a child’s crisis behavior as a symptom 
2.       Effectively intervene and support children in crisis through a trauma-informed and culturally sensitive lens

 

3.       Hold the trauma-informed belief that an adult’s ‘way of being’ is just as, if not more important than what they ‘do’ when helping children through crisis
 

About the Organizer

The CNY Coalition for Young Children with Special Needs is a collaborative group of educators, therapists, and evaluators who are committed to providing leadership and support for quality therapeutic and educational services for children and their families. www.cnycoalition.org The Central New York Regional Interagency Technical Assistance Team supports collaborative cross systems work at the local level and is comprised of regional state agency representatives, family and youth partners, and advocacy organizations. This training is provided with funding made available through the NYS Council on Children and Families with space provided free of charge by Onondaga Community College.

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