About the Webinar
This 1.5 hour, live webinar will outline the behavioral, developmental, emotional and physical impact of domestic violence and other forms of child abuse on children.
Over 18 million children live in homes where domestic violence occurs in the United States. In order to effectively work with and support survivors of domestic violence, it is critical to understand the impact and consequences of trauma on our youth. Participants will learn how to create a safety plan, important messages to send children, and available community resources. In addition, this webinar will highlight the critical work of Camp HOPE America that focuses on building HOPE and resiliency in children and youth, through its trauma-informed summer camping and year-long prevention and mentoring programming.
Sasha Collins, MS, LPC, Camp HOPE America – Bridgeport Coordinator & Youth Trauma Specialist
Sasha Collins (pronouns: she/her/hers) provides clinical care for child and adolescent victims of domestic and sexual violence, including crisis intervention services, advocacy, case management, individual counseling, and support group facilitation. In her role as Camp HOPE Coordinator, Sasha works collaboratively with Camp HOPE America and agency staff to create pathways to HOPE for children and youth impacted by trauma through a year-long engagement and summer camp program. Sasha also delivers youth prevention education in grades K-12. She earned her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology & Human Services, at the University of Bridgeport.
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If you have any issues with registration, please contact Katelyn Owens, Violence Prevention Specialist, at email@example.com.
Upcoming Date(s) and Time(s)
May 27, 2020
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Venue: Live Webinar