Recording Now Available: Webinar: What is Trauma Informed Work and Why Should We Care?


What is Trauma Informed Work and Why Should We Care?

Wednesday, January 11, 2012  |  1:00 – 2:30pm (MST)

Moderator: Gwendolyn Packard, NIWRC Program Specialist
Special Guests: Carole Warshaw, Director, National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health; Corinne Sanchez, Executive Director, TEWA Women United, Espanola, NM

Hosted by the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center

Trauma Informed Work is becoming a new focus for many federal programs that offer tribal grants for the prevention and response to violence against Native women. Learn more about what Trauma Informed Work actually is, and how we can incorporate it into the work and services of tribal DV/SA programs and shelters.

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