• 500 Plaza Drive Suite 5, Carterville, IL 62918

Understanding the Intersection Between Trauma and Disabilities

  • Presented by Tori Albarracin, M.A. with Children’s Research Triangle/Project LAUNCH
  • Description: This training can be provided to caregivers, teachers, and other helping professionals. Objectives include gaining an understanding of trauma and disabilities as separate concepts, followed by gaining a deeper understanding of how they intersect. Other objectives include obtaining strategies to navigate relationships and situations involving trauma and disabilities effectively and respectfully. 

Note: This session is sponsored by Project LAUNCH. Project LAUNCH provides behavioral health services for children from birth to 8 years old. However, this session will be beneficial for anyone working with children and youth of any age.


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Norms for Joining a Bite-Size Session

  • Be present. Please join on time and keep your camera on.
  • Actively listen and contribute. Participation and interaction are greatly encouraged.
  • Be respectful to others. Please stay muted when not speaking.
  • Keep an open mind and value the perspective of others.

Types of Certification:

  • For Educators on a PEL, the IEA will provide 1.5 PDHs per session.
  • For LSW, LCSW, LCP, or LCPC, the SIU School of Medicine will provide 1.5 CEUs per session.
  • For Early Childhood Educators, P4R will provide a 1.5 hour certificate of completion.
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Nov 14 2023


3:30 pm - 5:00 pm


Jenny Bruner
(618) 534-4698
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