- Transracial Adoption Workshop: Talking to Kids about Race and Racism, Saturday, July 28, 2018
- Attachment & Bonding in Adoption, Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Healing Trauma, Healthy Communities Conference
September 26 - September 28
The broad phenomenon of childhood trauma and its impact on children, families and entire communities has only recently been fully understood. Research shows a strong link between childhood adversity and community crises, such as poverty, poor educational outcomes, chronic illness, behavioral health problems and more.
Through the collaboration of leaders in human services, behavioral medicine, neuroscience, academia, and community organizing, Wisconsin is on the forefront of the trauma informed care movement.
Join us in Milwaukee, Sept. 26-28, 2018 for
Healing Trauma, Healthy Communities.
Hosted by Scaling Wellness in Milwaukee (SWiM), a multi-disciplinary group
dedicated to inspiring collaboration to help Milwaukee heal.
If you are a helper, healer or other professional connected to ACEs work in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest, we hope you will attend. The gathering begins on Wed. evening, Sept. 26 with a community event at the new Bucks Arena and continues Thurs. and Fri., Sept. 27-28 at the Wisconsin Center. Speakers include (subject to change):
Thurs., Sept. 27
L Song Richardson, Dean of UC Irvine School of Law, award-winning scholar, and keynote speaker on equity and bias
Bruce D. Perry, MD, PhD, Founder and Senior Fellow of the Child Trauma Academy and creator of the Neurosequential Model (NM)
Kenneth Ginsburg, MD, MSed, Co-Director of the Center for Parent and Teen Communication at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Fri., Sept. 28
Dr. Rob Anda, MD and Laura Porter, Co-Founders of ACE Interface LLC and national consultants on Adverse Childhood Experiences
Harold S. Koplewicz, MD, Founder and President of the Child Mind Institute
Breakout sessions that focus on emerging and best practices in education, law enforcement, health care, and child welfare can be expected, as can breakout sessions from Midwest ACEs groups.
Register now for this opportunity to hear from local, national and international experts on childhood trauma and how we, as a national collaborative, can lead the way in healing trauma and creating healthy communities.