Providence Spiritual Care offers trauma-informed care workshop

Providence Everett’s spiritual care team will host

“Partnering for Healing: ACES and PACES for Trauma-informed Care." 

The day of education and community – targeted to clinical chaplains, first responder and community chaplains, faith community ministers and others – will focus on building skills to enhance compassionate care of those suffering from past and current trauma.

  • When: Oct. 3, 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
  • Where: Cascade Room in the basement of the Medical Office Building on the Colby Campus
  • Who: Clinical chaplains, first responder and community chaplains, faith community ministers and others interested in building skills to enhance compassionate care of those suffering from past and current trauma
  • Cost: $40, includes lunch
  • CE credits: 4.5                                        

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More details

In our community, people of all ages suffer the effects of childhood trauma. Understanding the impact of ACES (Adverse Childhood Events) and learning how to create PACES (Protective and Compensatory Experiences) will deepen our compassionate response and provide tools to better care for ourselves and others.

Keynote speaker: Joe Neigel, Director of Prevention Services, Monroe School District. Joe is an expert on substance abuse prevention and trauma, particularly the study of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).

Other highlights

  • A panel of experts with mental health and spiritual health expertise
  • Experiential learning to build a toolkit to assist you in care of others
  • Networking and community building

For more information about Partnering for Healing: ACES and PACES for Trauma-informed Care, contact PRMCE chaplain Julianne Dickleman.

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