Past Trainings of the Institute

Since 2012, OACCA sponsored or co-sponsored the following trainings as part of our Ohio Childhood Trauma Institute:

  • Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy: A Model of Treatment and Parenting for Children with Problems Secondary to Abuse, Neglect, and Multiple Placements – Dr. Dan Hughes

  • Complex Trauma And Attachment Disturbance – Ellen Stickney

  • Enabling Sustainable Change With Family Centered Treatment – William Painter

  • Promoting Successful Futures By Addressing Child Traumatic Stress – Kristine Buffington

  • Trauma And Juvenile Delinquency – Kristine Buffington

  • Introduction to Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – Kristine Buffington

  • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

  • NMT and the Community – Dr. Bruce Perry

  • Building Better Lives: Changing the Cycle of Child Abuse and Family Violence – Dr. Bruce Perry

  • Using Mind Body Skills with Adjudicated and Traumatized Youth – Caelan Kuban

  • Introduction to Childhood Trauma – Brian Lowery

  • Building a Safe Place – Brian Lowery

  • NMT: Introduction and Integration – Dave Paxton and Jennifer Gottfried

  • Secondary Trauma: Birth, Foster and Adoptive Families’ Perspectives – Marynell Townsend and Panel of Caregivers

  • It’s the Brain Not the Heart: Important Neuroscience Concepts for

    Healers of Hurt Kids – Jim Natural

  • Preparing Foster Parents for Trauma Informed Caregiving – Erica Crisp

  • The Sanctuary Model: A Trauma Informed Treatment and Organization Model – Brian Parchesky

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACES) & Trauma Informed Care: An Impetus for Action – Dave Paxton

  • Interventions Across the Ages: Complex Trauma Treatment for Children of All Ages and Developmental Abilities – Mary Vicario

  • Manifestation of Trauma in Helping Relationships – Teresa Sanders, Billie Gilliam

  • A Trauma Treatment Framework for Healing, Resiliency and Growth – Mary Vicario

  • Advancing Trauma-Informed Care in Child Welfare Practice – Mark Groner, Kate Biddle, Jennifer Marple

starr-tlcThe following trainings were offered through the OACCA-TLC training series conducted by the National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children:

  • TLC: Advanced Mind Body Skills and Self Regulation Strategies – William Steele

  • TLC: Implementing TLC’s Trauma Interventions Into Your Practice – William Steele

  • TLC: Children of Trauma – Dr. William Steele and Sarah Slamer

  • TLC: Structured Sensory Interventions – Dr. William Steele and Sarah Slamer

  • TLC: Sensory Based Expressive Arts Interventions and the Treatment of Trauma – Carmen Richardson

  • TLC: Sensory Based Trauma Assessment – Caelan Kuban

  • TLC: Trauma Informed Assessment – Jean West

  • TLC: Using Mind Body Skills with Adjudicated and Traumatized Youth – Caelan Kuban

  • TLC: Putting it All Together: Practice Points and Tough Topics – Cherie SpeharTLC: Expressive Arts Therapy – Carmen Richardson

  • TLC: Introduction to Expressive Arts Therapy

  • TLC: Trauma Intervention Implementation – Sarah Slamer

  • TLC: Early Childhood Trauma – Caelan Kuban

  • TLC: ADHD & PTSD Differential Diagnosis – Caelan Kuband Sensory Interventions – Jean West

  • TLC: What Parents Need to Know About Trauma – Jean West

  • TLC: Suicide Intervention – William Steele