In this webinar, you will learn about evaluating lifetime risk and protective factors; how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can impact bio-psycho-social development; how mind-body-brain assessment can inform top-down or bottom-up interventions with complex cases; evaluate the role that science and cultural humility plays in guiding neurobiologically informed assessment and intervention choices; and enhance self-awareness when working with complex cases.
This webinar is also broken out into six shorter modules:
- Trauma and ACEs
- Mind, Body, Brain Assessment
- Trauma and the Brain
- Intervention Approaches
- Increasing Self-Awareness
To view the modules, click through to the webinar, and the modules will be included in the YouTube playlist.
Social Work Competencies: 4, 6, 7, 8