Community Violence:Developing a Statewide System of Trauma Informed Care for Families with Young Children
This summit was held on November 16, 2012 and brought together private and public sector representatives to discuss how to reduce violence and trauma and ensure that children suffering from trauma get the help they need.
Thank you to the distinguished panel of presenters who provided essential information to initiate discussion and steps necessary to help families and children in our state suffering from trauma.
The PowerPoint slides and videos used during the seminar are available by clicking on the names of the presentations below.
Lieutenant Governor Greg Bell
Kristina Hindert, M.D. - Medical Director, The Children's Center
Understanding the Long Term Consequences of Unresolved Childhood Trauma
Edward Clark, M.D., Medical Director, Primary Children's Medical Center
Working with Trauma in the Legal System: The Need for Trauma Informed Care
The Honorable Judge Sharon McCully, S.J. Quinney Law School
The Impact of Trauma on Children in the Foster Care System
Brent Platt, Director, Division of Child and Family Services
The Impact of Family Violence in our Community
Anne Burkholder, CEO, YWCA
Understanding the Numbers: The Impact of Community Violence on Utah's Families
Karen Crompton, President and CEO, Voices for Utah Children
Utah's Refugee Families; The Lasting Impact of Trauma
Laura Bennett-Murphy, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Westminster College
The Importance of Evidence Based Treatments in the Treatment of Traumatized Youth.
Julie Bradshaw, LCSW, Director - Center for Safe and Healthy Families
Developing a Trauma Informed System of Care
Douglas Goldsmith, Ph.D., Executive Director, The Children's Center