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9:00am-12:00pm

Vicarious Trauma

This dynamic and experiential training will demystify vicarious trauma. What exactly is vicarious trauma and, how do you know if you, your supervisee, or your organization is experiencing it? Participants will discuss the four types of “caring traumas” and learn how to identify and address the signs and symptoms of each. Finally, we will learn about ways to address trauma and promote individual and organizational self-care.

This event costs $40 for the session. Register today!

About the Presenter:
Eilene Ladson is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with experience working with youth and their biological families in the foster care system as well as individuals, couples and families connected to the military. She joined the Illinois Collaboration on Youth as Trauma Specialist in August 2018 and, as ICOY's Trauma Specialist, Eilene serves as primary liaison to Illinois DHS-funded sites for trauma-informed care work. She provides trainings on the signs and symptoms of trauma, and resiliency and recovery, as well as secondary trauma and self-care.

Location

Abe and Ida Cooper Center
6639 N. Kedzie Ave.
Chicago, IL 60645

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