Monday, May 13, 2019 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Tuesday, May 14, 2019 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
Continuing Education credits can be purchased for this course ($52).
Please see this link for details about the credits.
Damie Jackson-Diop, MA is a dedicated Behavioral Health Professional with several years of experience designing, facilitating and implementing youth and family directed initiatives in North Carolina funded by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration and Mental Health Block Grant. A graduate from UNCG with an MA of Women’s Studies she is a nationally recognized content expert and thought leader on trauma and resilience-informed systems of care. Damie is a partner of The Community Resiliency Collaborative and uses the Community Resiliency Model (CRM) as a community-based approach for creating positive pathways to post traumatic growth.
Carolyn Crowder, LCSW, LCAS, CCS, Director of Behavioral Health earned her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of North Carolina in Greensboro, NC in 1978, her Certificate in Non-Profit Management from Duke University Continuing Education in Durham, NC in 2001, and her Master of Social Work from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC in 2001. She has more than twenty years of experience providing clinical coordination, case management supervision, and administrative oversight for mental health and substance use disorder treatment services focused on high-risk and vulnerable populations. She has served as the Director of Behavioral Health for Lincoln Health Center since 2015.
CE ANNOUNCEMENT FOR MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONERS
The Community Resiliency Model® (CRM) model teaches providers about self-regulation skills for use in the clinical setting. The tools gained in this workshop are useful in teaching clients about self-care. CRM is a tremendous resource for clients coping with chronic stress. CRM can be used in individual as well as family treatment settings.
At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to utilize CRM skills with their clients for stress relief and for relief from traumatic stress symptoms. Participants will be able:
To list the impacts of stress on clients’ bodies and brains.
To recite the six (6) wellness skills of the Community Resiliency Model.
To assess if a client is in their Resilient Zone.
To demonstrate self-regulation skills to teach clients for rapid relief of stress-related symptoms.
To create a plan for clients to experience an increased sense of control over future wellness.
CRM was created by the Trauma Resource Institute in part as a response to the public health crisis of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and is:
easily learned and accessible regardless of age, culture, or educational level.
currently used in hospitals, classrooms, community centers, and faith communities across the U.S.
in full alignment with the National Agenda to Address Adverse Childhood Experiences.