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From Principles to Practice: What Does it Look Like to be Trauma-Informed? (MEMBERS ONLY)
Presented by Nicole Kimberley-Staeheli, MATS
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- Defining the principles of trauma informed practice.
- Providing practical suggestions and tips in taking a trauma informed approach.
- Explore the initial outcomes of being trauma informed.
In this webinar, From Principles to Practice: What does it look like to be Trauma Informed, we will first define the principles of trauma informed practice. We will then provide practical suggestions and tips in taking a trauma informed approach in discussing both the necessary adaptive perspectives as well as sharing specific, practical trauma-informed responses when working with clients. Finally, we will begin to explore the initial outcomes of being trauma-informed and the impact of this work on our clients and ourselves as helping professionals.
Nicole Kimberley-Staeheli, MATS, is the lead consultant for Nicole Ranae Consulting, LLC and has over 25 years of experience in field of Corrections. The primary focus for much of her career has been in the training, facilitation and implementation of evidence-based practices. Ms. Kimberley-Staeheli is a certified Motivational Interviewing trainer and has personally facilitated and trained hundreds of cognitive behavioral, trauma responsive, and gender responsive interventions including, Thinking for a Change, Aggression Replacement Training, the Domestic Violence Education Program, Decision Points, Moving On, Beyond Trauma, Healing Trauma, VOICES and Beyond Violence, and has been privileged to witness first-hand their life changing effects.
Ms. Kimberley-Staeheli serves as an independent consultant for county and community-based agencies serving criminal justice involved individuals and the communities they live in with a focus on cognitive behavioral and trauma responsive interventions. She has also worked as an independent contractor with both the Decision Points Authors, LLC and Dr. Stephanie Covington, LLC and has trained facilitators in Connecticut, Idaho, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.
Ms. Kimberley-Staeheli received her undergraduate degree from Hamline University and her graduate degree from Bethel University in St. Paul, MN. Ms. Kimberley-Staeheli currently chairs the Minnesota Cognitive Behavioral Network, a professional association dedicated to supporting the implementation of evidence-based practices. She has presented at numerous state wide conferences on the importance of cognitive behavioral and trauma-responsive interventions in facilitating long-term change for criminal justice involved individuals and their communities.
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