By the end of this webinar, participants should be able to:
- Recall key strategies for population-level wellness.
- Describe the “micropractice” framework.
- Summarize how the power of relationships can defend against mental distress and trauma.
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Jennifer A. King
Dr. King is an assistant professor and co-director of the Center on Trauma and Adversity in the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University where she directs the trauma-informed curriculum. She has worked directly with traumatized individuals, families, and communities for the past 15 years, focusing her work on the impact of trauma across systems to help the traumatized move from surviving to thriving. She also helps prepare future social workers to engage in clinical practice that is rooted in the neurobiology of trauma and healing. A highly sought-after speaker and consultant, Dr. King draws from her practice experience to bridge the gaps between the academy, research, and the general public, sharing complex information in accessible ways.