In this session we build on the material from week one. Trauma Responsive Care a research-based approach to trauma. Using TRC can give you the “next steps” beyond being informed when dealing with someone who has been affected by trauma. TRC is a brain-body relational model that also helps staff to help people heal from their wounds. We’ll explore why safe, connected, and in control are the neurological steps to helping people to regulate themselves, and how this can be used with other interventions and models. Finally, we’ll learn to how to use TRC as a universal precaution—helping everyone to feel safe, connected, and in control.
This webinar is part of the NADD & NADSP Summer Webinar Series, Healing from the Heart: How We Can Connect to Help Ourselves and One Another in Times of Trauma and Loss presented by: Lara Palay.
Objective 1: Participants will be able to identify the three elements of Trauma Responsive Care.
Objective 2: Participants will be able to find adaptations for using TRC with other interventions.
Objective 3: Participants will be able to apply TRC as a universal precaution.
Wednesday, August 25th
2:00pm – 3:00pm ET
Learn About our Presenter, Lara Palay
Lara Palay is a founding partner of Aldridge Palay Group.Ms. Palay received her Bachelor’s degree in English from the Ohio State University in 1991, and her Master’s degree in clinical social work in 1998. She is an independently licensed social worker, supervisor and psychotherapist, with 30 years’ experience working with adolescents, adults and families. She has also practiced privately for twenty years specializing in trauma and grief, with expertise in treating families dealing with pediatric cancer.
Ms. Palay was Senior Fellow at the Center for Systems Change, a think tank for disability policy. For three years prior, Ms. Palay served as the Project Manager for the Mental Illness/Developmental Disabilities Coordinating Center of Excellence (MIDD CCOE) for the Ohio Department of Mental Health and the Department of Developmental Disabilities.
Ms. Palay speaks widely in the U.S. and internationally on mental illness and developmental disabilities, with a particular focus on trauma, grief and loss and meaning. She lectures on clinical social work for the Ohio State University’s Master of Social Work program. She is the author of numerous articles for the Center for System Change, and co-authored policy briefs for the Health Policy Institute of Ohio.