Medical Aspects of Child Abuse for the Multidisciplinary Team
Navigating through any or all of the nine available lessons, MDT members can learn more about the medical provider’s role on the team and increase their knowledge regarding the types of injuries and findings common in child abuse cases.
Orienting Your Medical Provider to the CAC and Multidisciplinary Team
This resource helps walk medical providers through their roles and responsibilities at the CAC, not just in providing medical evaluations but also in being an integral part of the team.
Free – Based on 30 years of clinical research with some of the toughest cases in the mental health field, the Instinctual Trauma Response method is now available to you through this Accelerated Traumatology Course. Training is available for those with a masters degree or above in mental health.
This is a 10.5 hour course with experiential activities. National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) will credit 11 hours for this course. NASW will credit 10 hours.
NCA’s Archived Webinars:
Webinar Series “Comprehensive Vicarious Trauma Prevention and Resilience Building Program: Organizational Toolkit” FEB 5 – March 4, 2020
These 5 part webinar series will introduce trauma and human services agencies to innovative comprehensive organizational vicarious trauma prevention and resilience building programming, divided into 7 key components. You will discover customizable, sustainable, step by step guides to develop and implement provided sample programs, policies, procedures, and case studies pertaining to each of the 7 key components -in order to increase a sense of personal well-being, to build healthy and resilient teams, and to create more successful impactful agency. These series can be used as all-inclusive skill-building core competency tool for new staff, seasoned trauma professionals, as well as members of multidisciplinary teams and task forces. More info HERE