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Training Program on Trauma-Informed Work 2018

 

Therapeutic Intervention with Adolescents and Families in States of Crisis and Trauma – Extension Program

In collaboration with: Ha’Ogen Youth Village

Goal: Last year the leading staff members of the community-based Ha’Ogen Youth Village had a training program that added the “trauma lens” to the process of treating adolescents and their families. The program provided them with tools for evaluation and processing, when meeting with the families and children who had experienced traumatic events. The aim of the extension program was to deepen the study of the intervention principles of the “trauma lens” and practice the tools acquired. Special emphasis was placed on talking about trauma with children, their parents and both together.

Target Population: Social workers, directors and coordinators of the various frameworks at Ha’Ogen.

Number of Sessions: 8

Number of Participants: 35

Location: Be’er Sheva


 

Training Program on Trauma-Informed Work for the Staff of Jerusalem’s Promotion of Youth department

In collaboration with: Department for Promotion of Youth, Jerusalem

Goal: To impart the principles of trauma-informed work to staff members working with girls in distress.

Target Population: Department workers

Number of Sessions: 3

Number of Participants: 25

Location: Haruv Institute


 

Training Program for Foster Care Social Workers on Principles of Intervention Using a ‘Trauma Lens’ (Third year)

In collaboration with: The “Shachar” Organization – foster care services

Goal: To provide the foster care social workers with the intervention principles using a “trauma lens” vis-à-vis foster parents and children removed from their homes. This year the training focused on summarizing the contents of the previous two years’ training, with emphasis on implementation of the foster care social worker’s work.

Target Population: Foster care social workers

Number of Sessions: 3

Number of Participants: 70

Location: Tel Aviv


 

Training Program for the Staff of the Transitional Homes, Re’im and Beit Sherman: Intervention Tools with Young Children Who Experienced Trauma

In collaboration with: “A Home for Every Child” Organization (NGO)

Goal: To provide intervention tools for the therapists and counselors in the transitional homes, Beit Sherman and Re’im, by familiarizing them with the world of content of childhood trauma, its impact on children, and intervention methods with young children who experienced traumatic events in the family.

Target Population: The staff of therapists and counselors

Number of Sessions: 10

Number of Participants: 30

Location: Jerusalem


Trauma programs in social services departments


 

Therapeutic Intervention with Children and Families in a State of Trauma and Crisis

In collaboration with: Welfare Department, Haifa Municipality

Goal: To provide therapists with evaluation and processing tools when encountering families and children who experienced traumatic events. Special emphasis was placed on “talking about the trauma” with children, with their parents, and together.

Target Population: Social workers in the Welfare Department of the Haifa Municipality and social workers in the Parent-Child Centers.

Number of Sessions: 8

Number of Participants: 36

Location: Haifa


 

Training Social Workers in the Local Councils – Hof HaCarmel Regional Council

In collaboration with: Hof HaCarmel Regional Council

Goal: To focus on the central issues when working with families in high conflict divorce disputes; specifically, parental alienation, refusal to uphold visitation rights,, therapeutic interventions with children living in families with such the disputes, and parents’ splitting mechanisms during severe disputes.

Target Population: The staff of the social services department, Juvenile Law social workers, legal aid social workers and workers of the Council’s Family Division,

Number of Sessions: 4

Number of Participants: 30

Location: Hof HaCarmel Regional Council


 

Seminar on: The “Trauma Lens” for Family Social Workers of the Welfare Department, Municipality of Netanya

In collaboration with: Social Services Administration, Netanya Municipality

Goal: To provide tools when encountering families and children in situations of trauma and severe crisis, through the observation and implementation of the “Trauma Lens”  with emphasis on talking about trauma with children and their parents.

Target Population: Social workers

Number of Sessions:  5

Number of Participants: 80

Location: Netanya


 

Seminar for Child & Parent Centers, Hadera & Pardes Hana on Trauma-informed intervention Principles

Goal: Providing tools for implementing the principles of trauma-informed intervention.

Target Population: Social workers from the welfare departments of Hadera and Pardes Hana

Number of Sessions: 6

Number of Participants: 30

Location: Pardes Hana


 

Training Program for Therapists in Beitar Illit, on Treating Sexually Abused Children

In collaboration with: Welfare Department and Psychological-Educational Services, Beitar Illit

Goal: Training ultra-Orthodox therapists in treating maltreated children.

Target Population: Therapists in Welfare, the Psychological-Educational Services and the Parent-Child Center in Beitar Illit.

Number of Sessions: 15

Number of Participants: 28

Location: Beitar Illit


 

Course on Trauma-informed Intervention for Therapists, the Shomron Region Council

In collaboration with: The Shomron Regional Council

Goal: To impart the work principles of trauma-informed intervention

Target Population: Therapists in the following services: Treatment Center for Parents & Adolescents, the Social Services Department, the Child & Family Care Center, and the Treatment Center for Trauma, Loss and Bereavement.

Number of Sessions: 6

Number of Participants: 30

Location: Barkan


 

Therapeutic Intervention with Children and Families in a State of Trauma and Crisis – Har Hebron Regional Council

In collaboration with: Har Hebron Regional Council

Goal: To impart the principles of intervention based on the “trauma lens”.

Target Population: Social workers and psychologists from different organizations in the Har Hebron Regional Council’s region, including The Psychological-Educational Services, the welfare departments, the Hosen centers, and more.

Number of Sessions: 5

Number of Participants: 35

Location: Har Hebron Regional Council


 

Training Program on the Principles of Treating Trauma, for social workers at Parent & Child Centers, Ashdod

In collaboration with:  the Municipality of Ashdod

Goal: To provide the therapists with tools when encountering families and children who experienced traumatic events, with special emphasis on talking about trauma with children, their parents and together.

Target Population: Social workers at parent-child centers in Ashdod and social workers of Ashdod’s various welfare departments.

Number of Sessions: 8

Number of Participants: 22

Location: Ashdod


 

Therapeutic Intervention with Children and Families in States of Trauma and Crisis, Sderot

In collaboration with: The Parent-Child Center, the Hosen Center, The Psychological-Educational Services and social workers of the Sderot Municipality

Goal: To impart theoretical knowledge d a primary clinical understanding of evaluation, formulation and actual clinical interventions with traumatized children and their families.

Target Population: Social workers and therapists in the various services in Sderot and environs, such as the Parent-Child Center, the Hosen centers, etc.

Number of Sessions: 9

Number of Participants: 23

Location: Sderot


Trauma-Based Programs In Collaboration With “ORR SHALOM” (NGO)


 

Therapeutic Work with a “Trauma Lens” at Beit Goldschmidt, Residential Treatment Center

In collaboration with: “Orr Shalom”

Goal: To enrich the staff’s professional knowledge and professional tool box in treating young girls in residential care, with the added context of the “trauma lens”

Target Population: The entire staff of Beit Goldschmidt (director, coordinator, housemother, social workers, psychologists, teachers)

Number of Sessions: 6

Number of Participants: 20

Location: Beit Goldschmidt Center, Mevasseret Zion


 

Working with Foster Families on the Basis of Trauma-Based Principles of Intervention

In collaboration with: “Orr Shalom”

Goal: To impart knowledge and tools to therapists working with foster family members, and children in foster homes with disabilities – a continuation of the basic program for foster care instructors at “Orr Shalom”.

Target Population: Staff teams of foster care services

Number of Sessions:  6

Number of Participants: around 50

Location: Kiryat Ono and Kfar Saba


 

Trauma-informed Treatment of Social Workers in Family Foster Care and Adolescent Residential Care

In collaboration with: “Orr Shalom”

Goal: To enrich the professional knowledge and tool box in treating children and families with the addition of the “trauma lens”.

Target Population: Directors and treatment teams of family foster care and adolescent residential care, “Orr Shalom”

Number of Sessions: 23

Number of Participants: 22

Location: The “Orr Shalom” offices, Hartov

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