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Trauma Informed Care Program Services (2 CE Hours)

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Program Summary

This training is intended to help the practitioner develop skills for assessing the impact of trauma on functioning and ability to benefit from treatment. Implementing trauma-informed care expresses a human service program's intention to assess and potentially modify its organization, management, and service delivery system to include a basic understanding of how trauma affects the life of an individual seeking services. 

Trauma-informed organizations, programs, and services are based on an understanding of the vulnerabilities or triggers of trauma survivors that traditional service delivery approaches may exacerbate, so that services and programs can be more supportive and avoid re-traumatizing survivors.Most individuals seeking public behavioral health and related services have histories of physical and sexual abuse and other types of trauma-inducing experiences. These experiences often lead to mental health and co-occurring conditions such as chronic health challenges, substance use, eating disorders, and HIV/AIDS, as well contact with the criminal justice system. 


Program Goals and Learning Outcomes

Trauma-informed care and interventions are designed specifically to address the consequences of trauma in order to facilitate healing. Participants will learn how to adapt to the way in which trauma effects the person receiving treatment in order to create a theraputic alliance that is assistive and collaborative for the purpose of ameliorating symptoms and conditions that interfere with functioning. This program will help participants learn to recognize the;

  • The survivor's need to be respected, informed, connected and hopeful regarding their own recovery
  • The interrelation between trauma and symptoms of trauma
  • The need to work in a collaborative way with survivors, family, and friends of the survivor, and other human services agencies in a manner that will empower survivors and consumers

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Teacher

Mark Lowis, MCSW, LMSW, MINT

Mark Lowis, LMSW, MCSW, MINT, EBP Implementation Specialist

Mr. Mark Lowis is best described as a person who is focused on staff development and training for the purpose of improving the moment of contact between a practitioner and the individual receiving services. His trainings are known for depth of knowledge and effectiveness in providing clear influence on the participating practitioners' skills.

His experience includes case management, treatment, supervision, staff development, and management of adult and juvenile justice programs including a very specialized program for Parolee-Sex Offender Alcoholics and Addicts.

Mr. Lowis began his career as a Law Enforcement and Corrections Specialist in the United States Air Force. During his 10 years of service Mr. Lowis performed as a Law Enforcement Supervisor and later as a Master Instructor in the Air Force Police Academy. Following the Air Force he completed a Bachelors Degree in Psychology at the University of Michigan, and the Masters of Clinical Social Work at Michigan State University. He is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) and a member of the International Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT), and carries advanced credentials in other evidence based practices.

In 33 years of practice Mr. Lowis has worked in various public and private human services programs and held positions ranging from clinical therapist, case-manager, director of operations for a national managed care company, director of utilization management, and contract negotiator. Currently Mr. Lowis holds a position with the Michigan Department of Community Health where he is responsible for the implementation and sustainability of evidence-based practices and best practice across the public health system.

Mr. Lowis is also an adjunct professor at the Oakland University School of Medicine, the University of Michigan-School of Social Work, and the Wayne State University-School of Medicine-Department of Psychiatry-Research Division.

As a Joyfields Institute Associate Faculty Mr. Lowis leads the staff development and training activities, systems and process design improvements and leadership enhancement practice.

Courses by this teacher

Name Level Release Date
CBT: Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Skills Fundamentals (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2018 21:03:31
Evidence-based Case Management: An Introduction (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2018 21:03:31
Evidence-based Case Management in Community Corrections (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
Co-Occurring, Dual Disorder Treatment (4 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
Motivational Interviewing: An Introduction to Fundamentals (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
Motivational Interviewing: Making Sense of Client Resistance (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
Person Centered Planning: An Evidence-based Practice (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
Substance Use Prevention, Treatment & Management: Evidence-based Approaches (4 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
Suicides: Strength-centered Approaches for Detection and Prevention (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2018 21:03:31
Writing Stage-matched Service and Treatment Plans (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
Trauma Informed Care Program Services (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
Effective Work Planning: How to Develop and Implement Them (2 CE Hours) 10/06/2013 22:55:34
Substance Use Prevention, Treatment & Management: Evidence-based Approaches (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
Motivational Interviewing: Advance Skills (1.5 CE Hours) 07/31/2019 21:03:31
The Evidence-Based Practitioner 10/02/2019 00:00:00
Evidence-Based Direct Services & Practitioner Masterclass On-Demand 01/28/2021 19:08:14
A Brief Introduction to Some Evidence-Based Practices (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
Brain-Based Efficacy in Evidence-Based Practice (.50 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
What Makes a Practitioner an Evidence-Based Practitioner? (2 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
How to Build Rapport in Evidence-Based Practice (.50 CE Hours) 09/02/2013 21:03:31
Being Trauma Informed as an Evidence-Based Practitioner (1 CE Hours) 04/15/2021 00:00:00
Stage-Matching & Readiness In Evidence-Based Practice 1 CE Hours) 04/15/2021 00:00:00
A Short Refresher on Motivational Interviewing (MI) (.50 CE Hours) 04/15/2021 00:00:00
Documentation in Evidence-Based Services Delivery (.50 CE Hours) 04/15/2021 00:00:00

Price

Plan Name Price
30-DAYS ACCESS TO eLEARNING: Free
Purchase Course - Team: Free
6 Months Individual Access to All Courses: Free

Take This Course for $100

If you are already registered, click on the Enroll Now button above then click on the Contents tab to start the program

Program Summary

This training is intended to help the practitioner develop skills for assessing the impact of trauma on functioning and ability to benefit from treatment. Implementing trauma-informed care expresses a human service program's intention to assess and potentially modify its organization, management, and service delivery system to include a basic understanding of how trauma affects the life of an individual seeking services. 

Trauma-informed organizations, programs, and services are based on an understanding of the vulnerabilities or triggers of trauma survivors that traditional service delivery approaches may exacerbate, so that services and programs can be more supportive and avoid re-traumatizing survivors.Most individuals seeking public behavioral health and related services have histories of physical and sexual abuse and other types of trauma-inducing experiences. These experiences often lead to mental health and co-occurring conditions such as chronic health challenges, substance use, eating disorders, and HIV/AIDS, as well contact with the criminal justice system. 


Program Goals and Learning Outcomes

Trauma-informed care and interventions are designed specifically to address the consequences of trauma in order to facilitate healing. Participants will learn how to adapt to the way in which trauma effects the person receiving treatment in order to create a theraputic alliance that is assistive and collaborative for the purpose of ameliorating symptoms and conditions that interfere with functioning. This program will help participants learn to recognize the;

  • The survivor's need to be respected, informed, connected and hopeful regarding their own recovery
  • The interrelation between trauma and symptoms of trauma
  • The need to work in a collaborative way with survivors, family, and friends of the survivor, and other human services agencies in a manner that will empower survivors and consumers
Free for members