From Trauma to Triumph:
Working with Childhood Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence Survivors.
A training for health professionals who serve pregnant childhood sexual abuse and domestic violence survivors. This training will give you information and tools for working with all of your patients – pregnant or not – and ultimately make you a more effective provider, who knows how to navigate the complexities of working with survivors.
The morning training will cover:
Childhood sexual abuse and domestic violence – definitions and prevalence
Impact of childhood sexual abuse/domestic violence on pregnancy, birth, and postpartum
How to inquire about a client’s abuse history and respond to a disclosure
Tools for better serving survivor clients during their childbearing year and beyond
The lunchtime training will cover:
Signs that you are working with a childhood sexual abuse or domestic violence survivor
Power differentials between caregiver and patient
Impact doctors can have on a survivor’s birth experience and life
Facilitated by: Selena Shelley, MA, CD, LCCE, CHBE
Selena has fifteen years of experience as a social worker, psychotherapist, and birth doula working with pregnant childhood sexual abuse /domestic violence survivors. She lives in Colorado. As a From Trauma to Triumph trainer, she helps professionals learn how to work more easily and effectively with survivors during this transformative time in their lives.
Space is Limited. For More Information or to Register:
- September 26, 2013 / 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Yuma Main Library, 2951 S 21st Drive, Room B & C , Yuma, AZ
- September 30, 2013 / 8:00 am-12:00 (all providers) 12:00-1:00 (Medical Providers) North Country Healthcare / Community Education Room / 2920 North 4th Street, Flagstaff, AZ
- Lunch will be provided
- CEU/CME provided
Lunchtime Presentation Slides Click Here http://azrwhn.org/wp-admin/upload.php#the-list
Brought to you by: Regional Center for Border Health, Inc./ North Country Healthcare / Arizona Rural Women’s Health Network