The website supports Exploer 11 and up

Courses

A Training Program for the Staff of the Family Safety Center

 

Goal: Imparting knowledge on trauma and its effect on the physical, emotional and social development of children

Target Population: Judges, social workers, police officers, therapists and advisors on domestic violence issues

Number of Sessions: 8

Participants: 25

Location: University of Oklahoma


 

Simulation-Based Training for Workers of the Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse

Goal: Practicing communication skills and work with families and children in their homes

Target Population: Workers of the Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse

Number of Sessions: 9 (Each session is attended by different workers)

Participants: 15

Location: University of Oklahoma


 

 

Training for Workers of the Parent & Child Center

Goal: Imparting knowledge on trauma and its effect on the physical, emotional and social development of children

Target Population: Workers of the Parent & Child Center, Home Visitors and Nurses

Number of Sessions: 8

Participants: 25

Location: University of Oklahoma


 

One-Day Study for Professionals from the Jewish Community, Baltimore

Goal: Training professionals working with children to help deal with trauma and crisis. Understanding trauma in childhood and its repercussions on children and their families.

Target Population: Professionals from the Jewish community in Baltimore

Number of Sessions: 1

Participants: 25

Location: University of Baltimore


 

One-Day Seminar for the Extended Staff of the Protection Center, Tulsa

Goal: Imparting knowledge on secondary trauma and how to cope with it

Target Population: Social workers, police officers, prosecutors, pediatricians, the director and managerial staff of the Protection Center in Tulsa

Number of Sessions: 1

Participants: 50

Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma