THRIVE webinars embody System of Care principles and are well-suited for agency orientations, group or individual viewing. In addition to the Webinars, THRIVE also offers the  Guide to Trauma-Informed Organizational Development and other resources.

Available Webinars:

Creating Trauma-Informed, Family-Driven Systems of Care

Time: 40 minutes

Description:  Overview of T-I theory and family-driven principles; explains effective family participation.

Cost:  Free

Creating Trauma-Informed, Youth Guided Systems of Care

Time: 45 minutes

Description:  Overview of T-I theory and youth-guided principles; explains effective youth participation and provides strategies to increase meaningful youth engagement within a T-I system.

Cost:  Free

Next Steps to a Trauma-Informed System of Care

Time: 90 minutes

Description:  Overview of T-I theory and system of care
principles; explains T-I Agency Assessment ©; clarifies expectations for Continuous Quality Improvement;  includes Guide to T-I Organizational Development.

Cost:  Free

Trauma in Schools

Time:  60 minutes

Description:  Overview of Trauma-Informed theory and how it relates to a school setting. The training covers why being trauma-informed in schools matters, self-regulation, and what trauma looks like.

Cost:  Free

Culture and Linguistics

Time:  32 minutes

Description:  Overview of how culture and linguistics affect trauma-informed practice. The presentation covers definitions, cultural competence, legal mandates, and the relationship between culture and trauma.

Cost:  Free

Participants’ comments:

  • I’m glad to see Maine working hard to address trauma issues so that we can provide stellar treatment!
  • I thought Next Steps was very well thought out, researched and well presented.
  • The training gave me a lot of information I wasn’t aware

3 Comments to “Webinars”

  1. This training gave me a lot of information I wasn’t aware.

  2. This training was helpful for me, it opened my mind in knowledge that I did not have for my profession.

  3. This is training was helpful for me, to opened it my mind and to got it a good new information and helped also to knew a different between culture and trauma.

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