Current Virtual Trainings Being Offered:

Understanding Trauma and Sexual Violence

This training will explore the dynamics of sexual violence and abuse, including the impact trauma has on our body and brain.

  • Define and explore the dynamics of sexual violence and child sexual abuse
  • Gain an understanding of Trauma Theory and how the body/brain are impacted
  • Understand triggers, flashbacks and other common symptoms
  • Learn about PAAR services

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Trauma-Informed Care in the Classroom

Audience: Educators and academics of all levels, particularly of adults, young adults, and adolescents. Internship supervisors, trainers, and others in varying mentorship positions.

This training will review the pillars of Trauma-Informed Care and the process of healing, as they related to the academic setting. Participants will explore how trauma-informed care can be implemented in the classroom and general educational settings, both to promote wellness and to avoid potential triggers or re-traumatization, thus increasing positive educational outcomes.

  • Review the principles of Trauma-Informed Care
  • Understand how those principles can be implemented in the academic setting
  • Develop supportive language and skills to respond during a disclosure
  • Learn about PAAR services and local resources available to students

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Developing a Response to Disclosure

This training will help participants create a trauma-informed response to potential disclosure, including understanding the process of disclosure.

  • Identify barriers that prevent survivors from disclosing sexual violence
  • Build skills to support a survivor through a disclosure and facilitate a connection to services
  • Understand the dynamics of being a mandated reporter during a disclosure
  • Open Q+A Time with PAAR staff

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Sexual Violence 101 and Trauma-Informed Care for Birth Workers

Audience: Birth workers and health professionals – doulas, midwives, OB/GYNs, labor and delivery, nurse practitioners, and any provider who works with expecting, pregnant, or laboring people.

This training will explore the dynamics and prevalence of sexual violence and abuse, including the impact trauma has on our body and brain. The training also looks at how sexual-based trauma may impact pregnant and birthing individuals – participants will learn how to utilize trauma-informed care in their response and how to avoid unintentionally causing further harm.

  • Define and explore the dynamics of sexual violence and child sexual abuse
  • Gain an understanding of Trauma Theory and how the body/brain are impacted
  • Understand triggers, flashbacks and other common symptoms
  • Understand the principles of trauma-informed care and how to implement it
  • Learn about PAAR services and connecting with local resources

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER