REST Program CBITS-RTM Training (Day 1)

Date of Event: Monday, October 11, 2021
Time of Event: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom Event-You will be emailed the Zoom link after registering for the event.
Cost for the Training: FREE
Registration: To register, click HERE!

Details:  This is DAY 1 of the CBITS Curriculum. Please attend this training if you plan to facilitate a CBITS group this year and did not complete the curriculum training prior to 2020. If you attend this training, please also sign up for DAY 2 (October 12) and DAY 3 (half day October 13). Two people per school may attend the curriculum training and must complete the entire curriculum.  If you have questions, please contact Nelsie Stern at nelsie.stern@journeymhc.org or our training staff Ginger Jacobson Reffner at ginger.jacobsonreffner@journeymhc.org.  6.0 CE Hours.  *NBCC/ACEP #6760.

Please Note: Since this event is being held via Zoom, after registering for the event you will be emailed the link to attend the Zoom event.


*Journey Mental Health Center has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6760. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credits are clearly identified. Journey Mental Health Center is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.

Presenters Bio: 

Audra Langley, Ph.D.  is a Professor at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Langley is Director of Training for the NCTSN-funded Treatment Services Adaptation Center for Resiliency, Hope and Wellness in Schools and Co-Director of the UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families. She also directs UCLA TIES for Families, an innovative interdisciplinary program for children in foster care, kinship care or adopted through foster in Los Angeles County. Dr. Langley’s body of research seeks to increase equity in access to quality mental health and wellbeing interventions for under-resourced populations of children, including those in schools and involved with the child welfare system. She is the author of 5 evidence-based interventions, including Bounce Back: Elementary School Intervention for Childhood Trauma, Support for Students Exposed to Trauma (SSET), and the recently released 2nd version of Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS).

Nelsie Stern is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been practicing for 10 years. With a focus on trauma therapy, she has worked with children and families in New Orleans and Madison. Nelsie is the manager for the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program which helps schools identify and support students with social emotional and mental health needs. The REST Program provides Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) groups for 8 school districts across Dane County. She is a co-chair of the Children’s Mental Health Collaborative.

 

 

 

 

In 2011, Kimby Schult Hughes completed her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Education where she researches trauma-informed pedagogy and pre-service teacher preparation. Though clinically trained to work with individuals, couples, and families, Kimby currently devotes most of her time toward school-based interventions for youth impacted by trauma and related mental health needs.  She works within the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program at Journey Mental Health Center. Kimby has a heart for justice, proactive collaboration, and wholistic care. She utilizes her decade of experience in the non-profit world, knowledge of organizational development, clinical expertise, and research training to promote equity-centered mental health care for youth in Dane County.

REST Program CBITS-RTM Training (Day 2)

Date of Event: Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Time of Event: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom Event-You will be emailed the Zoom link after registering for the event.
Cost for the Training: FREE
Registration: To register, click HERE!

Details:  This is DAY 2 of the CBITS Curriculum. Please attend this training if you plan to facilitate a CBITS group this year and did not complete the curriculum training prior to 2020. If you attend this training, please also sign up for DAY 1 (October 11) and DAY 3 (half day October 13). ​​Community facilitators and two student support services staff per school may attend and must complete DAY 1 (October 11).   If you have questions, please contact Nelsie Stern at nelsie.stern@journeymhc.org or our training staff Ginger Jacobson Reffner at ginger.jacobsonreffner@journeymhc.org.  6.0 CE Hours.  *NBCC/ACEP #6760.

Please Note: Since this event is being held via Zoom, after registering for the event you will be emailed the link to attend the Zoom event.


*Journey Mental Health Center has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6760. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credits are clearly identified. Journey Mental Health Center is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.

Presenters Bio: 

Audra Langley, Ph.D.  is a Professor at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Langley is Director of Training for the NCTSN-funded Treatment Services Adaptation Center for Resiliency, Hope and Wellness in Schools and Co-Director of the UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families. She also directs UCLA TIES for Families, an innovative interdisciplinary program for children in foster care, kinship care or adopted through foster in Los Angeles County. Dr. Langley’s body of research seeks to increase equity in access to quality mental health and wellbeing interventions for under-resourced populations of children, including those in schools and involved with the child welfare system. She is the author of 5 evidence-based interventions, including Bounce Back: Elementary School Intervention for Childhood Trauma, Support for Students Exposed to Trauma (SSET), and the recently released 2nd version of Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS).

Nelsie Stern is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been practicing for 10 years. With a focus on trauma therapy, she has worked with children and families in New Orleans and Madison. Nelsie is the manager for the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program which helps schools identify and support students with social emotional and mental health needs. The REST Program provides Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) groups for 8 school districts across Dane County. She is a co-chair of the Children’s Mental Health Collaborative.

 

 

 

 

 

In 2011, Kimby Schult Hughes completed her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Education where she researches trauma-informed pedagogy and pre-service teacher preparation. Though clinically trained to work with individuals, couples, and families, Kimby currently devotes most of her time toward school-based interventions for youth impacted by trauma and related mental health needs.  She works within the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program at Journey Mental Health Center. Kimby has a heart for justice, proactive collaboration, and wholistic care. She utilizes her decade of experience in the non-profit world, knowledge of organizational development, clinical expertise, and research training to promote equity-centered mental health care for youth in Dane County.

REST Program CBITS-RTM Training (Day 3)

Date of Event: Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Time of Event: 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom Event-You will be emailed the Zoom link after registering for the event.
Cost for the Training: FREE
Registration: To register, click HERE!

Details: This is the Racial Trauma Module and DAY 3 of the CBITS Curriculum. Please attend this training if you have completed the CBITS Curriculum on October 11 & 12 or you have completed the CBITS Curriculum prior to 2020. Community facilitators and two student support services staff per school may attend. If you have questions, please contact Nelsie Stern at nelsie.stern@journeymhc.org or our training staff Ginger Jacobson Reffner at ginger.jacobsonreffner@journeymhc.org.  3.5 CE Hours.  *NBCC/ACEP #6760.

Please Note: Since this event is being held via Zoom, after registering for the event you will be emailed the link to attend the Zoom event.


*Journey Mental Health Center has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6760. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credits are clearly identified. Journey Mental Health Center is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.

Presenters Bio: 

Won-Fong Lau Johnson, PhD, NCSP, Assistant Director of Service Systems at UCLA-Duke National Center for Child Traumatic Stress.
Dr. Johnson is certified as a Parent-Child and Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Therapist, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), and a Certified Trainer in Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Trauma in Schools (CBITS).
Currently, Dr. Lau Johnson holds a position at the University of Washington in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy Division, where she is involved in research in trauma-informed care. Prior to this, Dr. Lau Johnson was the Clinic Director of the training clinic in the School Psychology program at University of Washington.

Nelsie Stern is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been practicing for 10 years. With a focus on trauma therapy, she has worked with children and families in New Orleans and Madison. Nelsie is the manager for the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program which helps schools identify and support students with social emotional and mental health needs. The REST Program provides Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) groups for 8 school districts across Dane County. She is a co-chair of the Children’s Mental Health Collaborative.

 

 

 

 

 

In 2011, Kimby Schult Hughes completed her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Education where she researches trauma-informed pedagogy and pre-service teacher preparation. Though clinically trained to work with individuals, couples, and families, Kimby currently devotes most of her time toward school-based interventions for youth impacted by trauma and related mental health needs.  She works within the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program at Journey Mental Health Center. Kimby has a heart for justice, proactive collaboration, and wholistic care. She utilizes her decade of experience in the non-profit world, knowledge of organizational development, clinical expertise, and research training to promote equity-centered mental health care for youth in Dane County.

Healing Trauma in Recovery – SUD TRAINING SERIES #8

Date of Event: Thursday, October 14, 2021
Time of Event: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm CST
Location: Zoom Event-You will be emailed the Zoom link after registering for the event.
Presenter:Robin Lickel, LPC, CSAC
Cost for the Training: $75.00
3.0 CE hours *NBCC/ (ACEP approved # 6760)
Registration: To register, click HERE!

Training Description:
Robin will facilitate a discussion about the intersection of trauma and substance use disorders. We will discuss why trauma histories are common among people in SUD treatment by looking at the neurobiology of trauma and of SUDs. We will look at how reaching for substances to alleviate distress and discomfort of trauma makes sense from the perspective of the central nervous system. Trauma informed care principles are essential for serving SUD clients, and treatment approaches that heal trauma wounds will fortify recovery. We will take a look at how to blend trauma-informed strategies into your practice can support your clients in recovery.

 

REST Program CBITS-RTM Training (Day 1)

Date of Event: Tuesday, November 9, 2021
Time of Event: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom Event-You will be emailed the Zoom link after registering for the event.
Cost for the Training: FREE
Registration: To register, click HERE!

Details: This is DAY 1 of the CBITS Curriculum. Please attend this training if you plan to facilitate a CBITS group this year and did not complete the curriculum training prior to 2020. If you attend this training, please also sign up for DAY 2 (November 10) and DAY 3 (half day November 11). Two people per school may attend the curriculum training and must complete the entire curriculum. If you have questions, please contact Nelsie Stern at nelsie.stern@journeymhc.org or our training staff Ginger Jacobson Reffner at ginger.jacobsonreffner@journeymhc.org.  6.0 CE Hours.  *NBCC/ACEP #6760.

Please Note: Since this event is being held via Zoom, after registering for the event you will be emailed the link to attend the Zoom event.


*Journey Mental Health Center has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6760. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credits are clearly identified. Journey Mental Health Center is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.

Presenters Bio: 

Audra Langley, Ph.D.  is a Professor at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Langley is Director of Training for the NCTSN-funded Treatment Services Adaptation Center for Resiliency, Hope and Wellness in Schools and Co-Director of the UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families. She also directs UCLA TIES for Families, an innovative interdisciplinary program for children in foster care, kinship care or adopted through foster in Los Angeles County. Dr. Langley’s body of research seeks to increase equity in access to quality mental health and wellbeing interventions for under-resourced populations of children, including those in schools and involved with the child welfare system. She is the author of 5 evidence-based interventions, including Bounce Back: Elementary School Intervention for Childhood Trauma, Support for Students Exposed to Trauma (SSET), and the recently released 2nd version of Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS).

Nelsie Stern is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been practicing for 10 years. With a focus on trauma therapy, she has worked with children and families in New Orleans and Madison. Nelsie is the manager for the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program which helps schools identify and support students with social emotional and mental health needs. The REST Program provides Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) groups for 8 school districts across Dane County. She is a co-chair of the Children’s Mental Health Collaborative.

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In 2011, Kimby Schult Hughes completed her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Education where she researches trauma-informed pedagogy and pre-service teacher preparation. Though clinically trained to work with individuals, couples, and families, Kimby currently devotes most of her time toward school-based interventions for youth impacted by trauma and related mental health needs.  She works within the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program at Journey Mental Health Center. Kimby has a heart for justice, proactive collaboration, and wholistic care. She utilizes her decade of experience in the non-profit world, knowledge of organizational development, clinical expertise, and research training to promote equity-centered mental health care for youth in Dane County.

REST Program CBITS-RTM Training (Day 2)

Date of Event: Wednesday, November 10, 2021
Time of Event: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom Event-You will be emailed the Zoom link after registering for the event.
Cost for the Training: FREE
Registration: To register, click HERE!

Details: This is DAY 2 of the CBITS Curriculum. Please attend this training if you plan to facilitate a CBITS group this year and did not complete the curriculum training prior to 2020. If you attend this training, please also sign up for DAY 1 (November 9) and DAY 3 (half day November 11). ​​Community facilitators and two student support services staff per school may attend and must complete DAY 1 (November 9).  If you have questions, please contact Nelsie Stern at nelsie.stern@journeymhc.org or our training staff Ginger Jacobson Reffner at ginger.jacobsonreffner@journeymhc.org.  6.0 CE Hours.  *NBCC/ACEP #6760.

Please Note: Since this event is being held via Zoom, after registering for the event you will be emailed the link to attend the Zoom event.


*Journey Mental Health Center has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6760. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credits are clearly identified. Journey Mental Health Center is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.

Presenters Bio: 

Audra Langley, Ph.D.  is a Professor at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Langley is Director of Training for the NCTSN-funded Treatment Services Adaptation Center for Resiliency, Hope and Wellness in Schools and Co-Director of the UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families. She also directs UCLA TIES for Families, an innovative interdisciplinary program for children in foster care, kinship care or adopted through foster in Los Angeles County. Dr. Langley’s body of research seeks to increase equity in access to quality mental health and wellbeing interventions for under-resourced populations of children, including those in schools and involved with the child welfare system. She is the author of 5 evidence-based interventions, including Bounce Back: Elementary School Intervention for Childhood Trauma, Support for Students Exposed to Trauma (SSET), and the recently released 2nd version of Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS).

Nelsie Stern is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been practicing for 10 years. With a focus on trauma therapy, she has worked with children and families in New Orleans and Madison. Nelsie is the manager for the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program which helps schools identify and support students with social emotional and mental health needs. The REST Program provides Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) groups for 8 school districts across Dane County. She is a co-chair of the Children’s Mental Health Collaborative.

 

 

 

 

In 2011, Kimby Schult Hughes completed her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Education where she researches trauma-informed pedagogy and pre-service teacher preparation. Though clinically trained to work with individuals, couples, and families, Kimby currently devotes most of her time toward school-based interventions for youth impacted by trauma and related mental health needs.  She works within the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program at Journey Mental Health Center. Kimby has a heart for justice, proactive collaboration, and wholistic care. She utilizes her decade of experience in the non-profit world, knowledge of organizational development, clinical expertise, and research training to promote equity-centered mental health care for youth in Dane County.

REST Program CBITS-RTM Training (Day 3)

Date of Event: Thursday, November 11, 2021
Time of Event: 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom Event-You will be emailed the Zoom link after registering for the event.
Cost for the Training: FREE
Registration: To register, click HERE!

Details: This is the Racial Trauma Module and DAY 3 of the CBITS Curriculum. Please attend this training if you have completed the CBITS Curriculum on November 9th and 10th or you have completed the CBITS Curriculum prior to 2020. Community facilitators and two student support services staff per school may attend. If you have questions, please contact Nelsie Stern at nelsie.stern@journeymhc.org or our training staff Ginger Jacobson Reffner at ginger.jacobsonreffner@journeymhc.org.  3.5 CE Hours.  *NBCC/ACEP #6760.

Please Note: Since this event is being held via Zoom, after registering for the event you will be emailed the link to attend the Zoom event.


*Journey Mental Health Center has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6760. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credits are clearly identified. Journey Mental Health Center is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.

Presenters Bio: 

Won-Fong Lau Johnson, PhD, NCSP, Assistant Director of Service Systems at UCLA-Duke National Center for Child Traumatic Stress.
Dr. Johnson is certified as a Parent-Child and Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Therapist, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), and a Certified Trainer in Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Trauma in Schools (CBITS).
Currently, Dr. Lau Johnson holds a position at the University of Washington in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy Division, where she is involved in research in trauma-informed care. Prior to this, Dr. Lau Johnson was the Clinic Director of the training clinic in the School Psychology program at University of Washington.

Nelsie Stern is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been practicing for 10 years. With a focus on trauma therapy, she has worked with children and families in New Orleans and Madison. Nelsie is the manager for the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program which helps schools identify and support students with social emotional and mental health needs. The REST Program provides Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) groups for 8 school districts across Dane County. She is a co-chair of the Children’s Mental Health Collaborative.

 

 

 

 

In 2011, Kimby Schult Hughes completed her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Education where she researches trauma-informed pedagogy and pre-service teacher preparation. Though clinically trained to work with individuals, couples, and families, Kimby currently devotes most of her time toward school-based interventions for youth impacted by trauma and related mental health needs.  She works within the REST (Resilient response to the Effects of Stress and Trauma) Program at Journey Mental Health Center. Kimby has a heart for justice, proactive collaboration, and wholistic care. She utilizes her decade of experience in the non-profit world, knowledge of organizational development, clinical expertise, and research training to promote equity-centered mental health care for youth in Dane County.