Understanding and Screening for Trauma in Young Children - Omaha

Dec 6 2019 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

Location: 
ESU 3 - 6949 S 110th St, La Vista, NE 68128

General Admission

Many children entering the child welfare system have experienced trauma. Identifying trauma & appropriately responding is critical to ensuring the child's well-being.

In this 3-hour training you will:

  • Learn about the impact of trauma
  • Practice doing a trauma screen
  • Learn what's in a trauma assessment
  • Learn what treatments work

Please register above to attend this FREE training. Deadline to register is December 5, 2019.  Walk-ins are welcome and will be accomodated as space allows.

Continuing Education: Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance, agenda, and handouts, which can be used for submitting and requesting CE credit on your own. 

Questions? Contact Madeline DeVeney at mdeveney@unl.edu or (402) 472-8881

Who should attend?

Guardians ad litem, County attorneys, Parents attorneys, Judges, CASA, FCRO, Caseworkers, and other professionals in the juvenile system

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Speaker: Jamie Bahm, MS, Program Manager; Nebraska Resource Project for Vulnerable Young Children.

Prior to this, she was the Supervisor for the Lancaster County Family Treatment Drug Court program with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. Jamie began her work in child welfare and juvenile justice in 2010, specializing in casework with delinquent and status offense adjudicated youth with high behavioral health needs. Jamie has a B.S. in Criminal Justice and an M.S. in Criminology and Criminal Justice, both received from the University of Nebraska. She has a career focus in working with children and families who are affected by parental substance use, enhancing the availability of trauma-informed evidence based services and building capacity and reflection within the human services work force.

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