Historical Trauma and Trauma Informed Care



9:00 am
May 7
4:00 pm

Historical Trauma-Informed Care recognizes the unique trauma history for American Indian populations and the impact historical trauma, history, and policy still has on the mistrust of care systems, access to care, and the social determinants of health. Trauma-Informed Care posits that trauma can impact individuals, families, populations, and communities; how we engage in care; and how approaching care with a trauma lens may be most supportive of all populations. (6 CEUs)


Course Instructor
Jennifer Nanez MSW LMSW
Jennifer S. Nanez, MSW, LMSW, currently serves as a Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator with the SAMHSA Tribal Training and Technical Assistance Center under Tribal Tech LLC.  Ms. Nanez is an enrolled tribal member of the Pueblo of Acoma, New Mexico.  Ms. Nanez has been in the social work and education fields for over 20 years with an emphasis in serving the American Indian population, and promoting effective community engagement and clinical work in the American Indian community.

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