Becoming a Trauma Competent Caregiver
Moving from being consciously compassionate to competently compassionate is the heartbeat of the Trauma Competent Caregiver training curriculum. This training series is evidenced-based and rooted in a biblical foundation. It is designed to equip those involved in caring for orphaned and vulnerable children with the knowledge and skills God uses to help wounded children heal and grow into what they were created to be.
During this two-day workshop, you will hear from the Back2Back Ministries Child Development Team on trauma informed care. This two-day version provides an overview of eight of the nine modules that are part of the TCC curriculum. Module nine on self-care is not included in these two days.
Attendees will receive the participant manual, which include PowerPoint and handouts. They will also receive supplemental materials which includes articles and other resources relevant to trauma.
Note: This workshop is an overview of the material. To be able to train the TCC material to your local group, we invite you attend a three day workshop. Check the B2B website for dates and locations.
Date: Monday/Tuesday, September 7-8, 2020
Check In: 7:30am – 9:00am
Intensive: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Location: Lake Pointe Church, Rockwall, Texas
Cost: $199 (Non-Member), $149 (CAFO Member with Code)
CEU Information coming soon.
Anyone who touches the life of a child with a history of abuse, neglect, abandonment or trauma. This includes parents and extended family members, teachers, volunteers, ministry staff and others seeking to be a healing presence in the life of a child.
Jayne Schooler & Julie Cooper, Back2Back Ministries
Julie Cooper works nationally and internationally as a speaker and trainer with Back2Back Ministries. Her training passion focuses on understanding the impact of trauma and toxic stress on youth and strategies to care for them well whether in biological families, out-of-home care, or schools. Julie is a TBRI Practitioner and has over 20 years of experience working with vulnerable children. Together with her husband Matt, she is parenting six children including two who joined their family through adoption from foster care.