When We Heal A Traumatized Child, We Heal Our Community
We believe education is a critical component to helping traumatized children on their road to recovery and have designed our TraumaTALKS for professionals who are on the frontlines of this issue, including psychologists, counselors, and social workers.
TraumaTALKS are high-quality trauma-informed-training and professional development presentations, featuring Chester Street Foundation’s Founder and CEO, Shawn Alex Nemeth (a trauma survivor), along with other licensed mental health professionals. TraumaTALKS are offered through On Demand videos with Professional Development credits for mental health professionals.
TraumaTALK: The Invisible Wounds of Childhood Trauma, A Personal and Professional Perspective
This one-hour professionally-produced On Demand video provides an overview of childhood trauma against the backdrop of Shawn’s inspirational story. In addition to understanding the science behind the emotional reactions to trauma, participants will be able to: 1) Name at least three adverse experiences that can cause trauma, 2) Identify three kinds of changes to the brain that may result from trauma, 3) Describe three strategies to help children cope with trauma.
- ON DEMAND VIDEO
$29.99 with one-hour credit (48 hours to view)
$25.00 reduced rate, 15% discount for Texas Psychological Association members
This Professional Development Activity is endorsed by Texas Psychological Association (TPA): One-hour Professional Development credit for psychologists, social workers, and counselors.
Getting the one-hour Professional Development credit is easy and involves these four steps.
- Complete online order form to purchase On Demand video.
- Receive email confirmation with link to watch video and link to complete online
- After watching video, complete online survey.
- Receive email confirmation of survey completion and pdf of Certificate of Achievement.
“When I first heard Shawn’s story it immediately resonated with me! And this was without even knowing the extent of the great work of the Chester Street Foundation. As a team of 50 licensed mental health professionals working in schools, I am so grateful that the Chester Street Foundation will be educating us on the impact of abuse and neglect on children and how we can transfer this knowledge to classroom teachers so that they can work with students from a trauma informed lens. The Chester Street Foundation is committed to the improvement of the lives of those affected by trauma through a multifaceted approach that includes advocacy and education. We look forward to our continued partnership.”