Access workshop information and materials from the 2021 Biennial Trauma Conference below.
Please note: any workshops not posted were by choice of the presenter.
You may contact the presenters directly to request a copy of the presentation.
Thursday, September 30, 2021
- The Practice of Tele-Mental Health and Use of Social Media: Ethical, Legal, and Clinical Issues for Practitioners by Jeffrey E. Barnett, PsyD, ABPP
- Healing Interpersonal and Racial Trauma: Cultural Considerations for Integrating Racial Socialization into Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Black Youth by Isha Walwina Metzger, PhD, LCP.
- Addressing Race Based Stress and Trauma, A Clinical Approach by Maurice Endsley, Ph.D.; Keisha Ross, Ph.D.; Marva Robinson, Psy.D.
- Syndemic “Strains”: Real Struggles and Rap Songs Toward Transformative Youth Violence Prevention by Jaleel Abdul-Adil, PhD.
Friday, October 1, 2021
- The Traumatic Colors of COVID-19: Translating the Science of Pandemic Mitigation into Culturally Tailored Community Based Interventions Designed to Achieve Health Equity by Stephen B. Thomas, PhD
- Promoting the Needs of Underserved Communities Through Trauma-Informed Public Policy: Milestones, Best Practices, and the Road Ahead by Diane Elmore Borbon, PhD, MPH
- Rap/Hip-Hop Genre as a Tool of Social Resistance by Bayadir Mohamed-Osman, BS
Early Afternoon Plenary
- ...But Now I See: Using the Lens of Racial Literacy to Understand Racial Trauma and Promote Justice and Healing by Shawn C.T. Jones, PhD MHS LCP