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Feb
8
Wed
TBRI Empowering Principles @ Online
Feb 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
TBRI Empowering Principles @ Online

TBRI® FRIDAYS ONLINE

Crossroads NOLA is excited to offer you the ability to experience TBRI® Fridays trainings ONLINE, from wherever you are! These trainings will be happening LIVE via Zoom, giving you the opportunity to interact with the trainers and other participants as you learn. Each online session is made up of either 2 modules which are 3 hours each and spread across 2 days or 4 modules which are 1 hour each and spread across 4 days. You must participate in all modules to complete and get CEU credits for the session. Make sure to save the dates and times. Remember, it’s NOT just Fridays anymore!!

CEUs & Cost: Trainings are approved for 6 (online) foster parent training hours, MCLEs, LCA CEU hours distance learning, and clinical social work CEUs distance learning. Successful completion of course requirements is required to receive CEUs. These trainings are FREE for DCFS staff and foster parents, and only $25 for all other attendees.

UPCOMING ONLINE TRAINING SESSIONS

For each course, ALL modules and other course requirements must be completed to receive CEUs. Make sure you check all dates and times below and add them to your calendar. Registration links for each course are included below – if you haven’t set up a Moodle account yet, please do that HERE prior to registering. If you have set up a Moodle account, please log into your account before clicking the link to register.

*Participants must attend TBRI® Intro & Overview online or in person prior to attending TBRI® Connecting or Empowering Principles

TBRI® Empowering Principles
M/W at 7:00pm, Feb 6th – 15th  
Registration link

  • Module 1: Monday Feb 6, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Module 2: Wednesday Feb 8, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Module 3: Monday Feb 13, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Module 4: Wednesday Feb 15, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Feb
13
Mon
TBRI Empowering Principles @ Online
Feb 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
TBRI Empowering Principles @ Online

TBRI® FRIDAYS ONLINE

Crossroads NOLA is excited to offer you the ability to experience TBRI® Fridays trainings ONLINE, from wherever you are! These trainings will be happening LIVE via Zoom, giving you the opportunity to interact with the trainers and other participants as you learn. Each online session is made up of either 2 modules which are 3 hours each and spread across 2 days or 4 modules which are 1 hour each and spread across 4 days. You must participate in all modules to complete and get CEU credits for the session. Make sure to save the dates and times. Remember, it’s NOT just Fridays anymore!!

CEUs & Cost: Trainings are approved for 6 (online) foster parent training hours, MCLEs, LCA CEU hours distance learning, and clinical social work CEUs distance learning. Successful completion of course requirements is required to receive CEUs. These trainings are FREE for DCFS staff and foster parents, and only $25 for all other attendees.

UPCOMING ONLINE TRAINING SESSIONS

For each course, ALL modules and other course requirements must be completed to receive CEUs. Make sure you check all dates and times below and add them to your calendar. Registration links for each course are included below – if you haven’t set up a Moodle account yet, please do that HERE prior to registering. If you have set up a Moodle account, please log into your account before clicking the link to register.

*Participants must attend TBRI® Intro & Overview online or in person prior to attending TBRI® Connecting or Empowering Principles

TBRI® Empowering Principles
M/W at 7:00pm, Feb 6th – 15th  
Registration link

  • Module 1: Monday Feb 6, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Module 2: Wednesday Feb 8, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Module 3: Monday Feb 13, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Module 4: Wednesday Feb 15, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Feb
15
Wed
TBRI Empowering Principles @ Online
Feb 15 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
TBRI Empowering Principles @ Online

TBRI® FRIDAYS ONLINE

Crossroads NOLA is excited to offer you the ability to experience TBRI® Fridays trainings ONLINE, from wherever you are! These trainings will be happening LIVE via Zoom, giving you the opportunity to interact with the trainers and other participants as you learn. Each online session is made up of either 2 modules which are 3 hours each and spread across 2 days or 4 modules which are 1 hour each and spread across 4 days. You must participate in all modules to complete and get CEU credits for the session. Make sure to save the dates and times. Remember, it’s NOT just Fridays anymore!!

CEUs & Cost: Trainings are approved for 6 (online) foster parent training hours, MCLEs, LCA CEU hours distance learning, and clinical social work CEUs distance learning. Successful completion of course requirements is required to receive CEUs. These trainings are FREE for DCFS staff and foster parents, and only $25 for all other attendees.

UPCOMING ONLINE TRAINING SESSIONS

For each course, ALL modules and other course requirements must be completed to receive CEUs. Make sure you check all dates and times below and add them to your calendar. Registration links for each course are included below – if you haven’t set up a Moodle account yet, please do that HERE prior to registering. If you have set up a Moodle account, please log into your account before clicking the link to register.

*Participants must attend TBRI® Intro & Overview online or in person prior to attending TBRI® Connecting or Empowering Principles

TBRI® Empowering Principles
M/W at 7:00pm, Feb 6th – 15th  
Registration link

  • Module 1: Monday Feb 6, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Module 2: Wednesday Feb 8, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Module 3: Monday Feb 13, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Module 4: Wednesday Feb 15, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Feb
16
Thu
What Are They Running From? Youth Trauma and Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences @ Online
Feb 16 @ 9:00 am – Feb 17 @ 4:30 pm
What Are They Running From? Youth Trauma and Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences @ Online

Discuss why juveniles runaway and dangers that apply to youth during this time-frame. Explore strategies for interrupting chronic runaway behavior, while providing a tool to help assess and document runaway reasons, behaviors, and intervention options. Consider trauma that can occur during these runaway events and approaching youth during traumatic events.

This is a Live Online Instructor Led Course. Pre-registration is required. You will receive virtual classroom instructions in your confirmation email and in communications leading up to training.

REGISTER

For information concerning continuing education units, please view our policies page.

Training Schedule:
Feb 16, 2023 | 9:00 am – 4:30 pm CST
Feb 17, 2023 | 9:00 am – 4:30 pm CST

The latest research has successfully concluded that young people who run away from home are often victims of physical, sexual, or emotional abuse. They have also suffered trauma as a bystander to domestic violence, substance abuse in the home, the death of a loved one from an overdose or violent act, or when a parent or guardian is arrested. Also, many children of these children abuse substances and are at high risk of human trafficking. Community stakeholders such as police officers, educators, mental health professionals, and child protective service providers must work together to identify these young people and develop effective community wide plans in providing protective factors. During this training, you will learn how to develop an action plan and implement various proven tools to provide protective factors to this critically at-risk population.

What’s In It For You

Upon completion of this training, you will be able to:

  • Utilize the Runaway Risk Screening Tool to identify children that have runaway due to their exposure to adverse childhood experiences.
  • Identify young people who are most vulnerable to human trafficking recruitment
  • Establish a local “Youth Huddle” which is essential in preparing an individual youth action plan to help children exposed to violence and other adverse experiences
  • Utilize the Home Safety Worksheet and Children Exposed to Trauma Form to identify children that have been exposed to adverse childhood experiences
  • Enhance the safety of all involved in this effort including front line law enforcement officers, victims of domestic violence, and young people exposed to domestic violence
  • Initiate community-wide protective factors for children exposed to trauma including the arrest of a parent, witnessing a loved one pass away, or suffer a serious medical incident


Past participants had this to say…
“I learned about many new tools and assessments for when a child or adolescent is at risk of running away. I work as a foster care social worker, so everything you explained made a lot of sense and look forward to hearing more from you in the future. Thanks again for all the great learning tools.”

“This training had a heart for runaway youth and displayed a strong effort to make changes to better identify needs and services for those youth. I appreciate that passion! I would recommend this training to professionals new to runaway youth or youth in general.”

“I liked how there was a real-world example of how communities can bring together knowledge and support from a trauma-informed perspective to support the well-being of children. I appreciated how we had examples and lived experience to learn from. I felt it was a perfect balance of the background of trauma and the effects on our mind and body and how to apply intervention.”

Is This Training For You?
  • Community Member
  • Community Corrections Officer
  • Court System Personnel
  • Educator
  • Emergency Management
  • Law Enforcement
  • Law Enforcement Support
  • Prosecutors
  • Social Workers
  • Tribes/Tribal Partners
  • Victim Service Providers
Feb
17
Fri
TBRI Intro & Overview @ Online
Feb 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
TBRI Intro & Overview @ Online

TBRI® FRIDAYS ONLINE

Crossroads NOLA is excited to offer you the ability to experience TBRI® Fridays trainings ONLINE, from wherever you are! These trainings will be happening LIVE via Zoom, giving you the opportunity to interact with the trainers and other participants as you learn. Each online session is made up of either 2 modules which are 3 hours each and spread across 2 days or 4 modules which are 1 hour each and spread across 4 days. You must participate in all modules to complete and get CEU credits for the session. Make sure to save the dates and times. Remember, it’s NOT just Fridays anymore!!

CEUs & Cost: Trainings are approved for 6 (online) foster parent training hours, MCLEs, LCA CEU hours distance learning, and clinical social work CEUs distance learning. Successful completion of course requirements is required to receive CEUs. These trainings are FREE for DCFS staff and foster parents, and only $25 for all other attendees.

UPCOMING ONLINE TRAINING SESSIONS

For each course, ALL modules and other course requirements must be completed to receive CEUs. Make sure you check all dates and times below and add them to your calendar. Registration links for each course are included below – if you haven’t set up a Moodle account yet, please do that HERE prior to registering. If you have set up a Moodle account, please log into your account before clicking the link to register.

*Participants must attend TBRI® Intro & Overview online or in person prior to attending TBRI® Connecting or Empowering Principles

TBRI® Intro & Overview
Fridays at 9:00am, Feb 17th & 24th    
Registration Link

  • Module 1: Friday Feb 17, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Module 2: Friday Feb 24, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Feb
24
Fri
TBRI Intro & Overview @ Online
Feb 24 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
TBRI Intro & Overview @ Online

TBRI® FRIDAYS ONLINE

Crossroads NOLA is excited to offer you the ability to experience TBRI® Fridays trainings ONLINE, from wherever you are! These trainings will be happening LIVE via Zoom, giving you the opportunity to interact with the trainers and other participants as you learn. Each online session is made up of either 2 modules which are 3 hours each and spread across 2 days or 4 modules which are 1 hour each and spread across 4 days. You must participate in all modules to complete and get CEU credits for the session. Make sure to save the dates and times. Remember, it’s NOT just Fridays anymore!!

CEUs & Cost: Trainings are approved for 6 (online) foster parent training hours, MCLEs, LCA CEU hours distance learning, and clinical social work CEUs distance learning. Successful completion of course requirements is required to receive CEUs. These trainings are FREE for DCFS staff and foster parents, and only $25 for all other attendees.

UPCOMING ONLINE TRAINING SESSIONS

For each course, ALL modules and other course requirements must be completed to receive CEUs. Make sure you check all dates and times below and add them to your calendar. Registration links for each course are included below – if you haven’t set up a Moodle account yet, please do that HERE prior to registering. If you have set up a Moodle account, please log into your account before clicking the link to register.

*Participants must attend TBRI® Intro & Overview online or in person prior to attending TBRI® Connecting or Empowering Principles

TBRI® Intro & Overview
Fridays at 9:00am, Feb 17th & 24th    
Registration Link

  • Module 1: Friday Feb 17, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Module 2: Friday Feb 24, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Mar
2
Thu
TBRI – 2-Day Workshop @ Healing Place Church
Mar 2 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
TBRI - 2-Day Workshop @ Healing Place Church

In Person TBRI® 2 Day Workshop in Baton Rouge

During this two-day workshop, you’ll gain a foundational understanding of TBRI and walk away with strategies and tools you can put into immediate use with the children and families you serve!

Workshop Details:

Thursday and Friday, March 2-3, 2023
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Cost: $85 Early Bird (ends 1/25/23); $100 Regular Price

Healing Place Church
19202 Highland Rd
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70809

Lunch included both days – CEU approval pending

Hosted by CROSSROADS, LSU School of Social Work, and EBR Juvenile Court

Trust-Based Relational Intervention, listed on the California Clearinghouse for Evidence Based practices, is an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention that is designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children and families.

TBRI educates and equips caregivers with knowledge and skills that empower them to provide healing care for a child who has experienced trauma. TBRI is specifically designed for children who have histories of relational trauma or have experienced early adversity such as maltreatment, abuse, neglect, multiple home placements, and violence. This holistic, multidisciplinary approach has been used in homes, schools, residential treatment centers and other programs serving children. TBRI offers practical tools for parents, caregivers, teachers, or anyone who works with children, to see the “whole child” in their care and help that child reach his highest potential.

During this two-day workshop you’ll gain a foundational understanding of TBRI and walk away with strategies and tools you can put into immediate use! Attendees also have the opportunity to attend follow up TBRI intensives that provide deep dives into each of the three TBRI principles. This event is for professionals and those who care for and interact with children who have experienced trauma, including: Child Welfare Workers, Judges, Foster Parents, CASA Staff and Volunteers, Teachers, Counselors, Policy Makers, Nonprofits, Community Leaders.

REGISTRATION

Mar
22
Wed
Trauma-Informed Strategies @ Online
Mar 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Trauma-Informed Strategies @ Online

This training will provide a brief review of trauma and its impacts as well as introduce the 6 Principles of a Trauma-Informed Approach. Using these principals, participants will learn strategies for creating physical & psychological safety, developing collaborative & supportive relationships, empowering others through voice & choice, and addressing systems of oppression.

*Continuing Education Approval from NASW Virginia Chapter is pending

This is the third training of a three-part series on Trauma & Resilience. Training #1 is Introduction to Trauma & Trauma-Informed Care on 1/25/23. Training #2 is Overcoming Adversity & Building Resilience on 2/22/23.

All trainings are free to attend, but there is a fee associated with purchasing CE credits. 1 training (2 CE credits) = $25; 2 trainings = $40; 3 trainings = $60.

To register and find instructions for purchasing CE credit, visit bit.ly/SCANTraining

May
2
Tue
What Are They Running From? Youth Trauma and Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences @ Online
May 2 @ 10:00 am – May 3 @ 5:30 pm
What Are They Running From? Youth Trauma and Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences @ Online

Discuss why juveniles runaway and dangers that apply to youth during this time-frame. Explore strategies for interrupting chronic runaway behavior, while providing a tool to help assess and document runaway reasons, behaviors, and intervention options. Consider trauma that can occur during these runaway events and approaching youth during traumatic events.

This is a Live Online Instructor Led Course. Pre-registration is required. You will receive virtual classroom instructions in your confirmation email and in communications leading up to training.

REGISTER

For information concerning continuing education units, please view our policies page.

Training Schedule:
May 2, 2023 | 10:00 am – 5:30 pm CST
May 3, 2023 | 10:00 am – 5:30 pm CST

The latest research has successfully concluded that young people who run away from home are often victims of physical, sexual, or emotional abuse. They have also suffered trauma as a bystander to domestic violence, substance abuse in the home, the death of a loved one from an overdose or violent act, or when a parent or guardian is arrested. Also, many children of these children abuse substances and are at high risk of human trafficking. Community stakeholders such as police officers, educators, mental health professionals, and child protective service providers must work together to identify these young people and develop effective community wide plans in providing protective factors. During this training, you will learn how to develop an action plan and implement various proven tools to provide protective factors to this critically at-risk population.

What’s In It For You

Upon completion of this training, you will be able to:

  • Utilize the Runaway Risk Screening Tool to identify children that have runaway due to their exposure to adverse childhood experiences.
  • Identify young people who are most vulnerable to human trafficking recruitment
  • Establish a local “Youth Huddle” which is essential in preparing an individual youth action plan to help children exposed to violence and other adverse experiences
  • Utilize the Home Safety Worksheet and Children Exposed to Trauma Form to identify children that have been exposed to adverse childhood experiences
  • Enhance the safety of all involved in this effort including front line law enforcement officers, victims of domestic violence, and young people exposed to domestic violence
  • Initiate community-wide protective factors for children exposed to trauma including the arrest of a parent, witnessing a loved one pass away, or suffer a serious medical incident


Past participants had this to say…
“I learned about many new tools and assessments for when a child or adolescent is at risk of running away. I work as a foster care social worker, so everything you explained made a lot of sense and look forward to hearing more from you in the future. Thanks again for all the great learning tools.”

“This training had a heart for runaway youth and displayed a strong effort to make changes to better identify needs and services for those youth. I appreciate that passion! I would recommend this training to professionals new to runaway youth or youth in general.”

“I liked how there was a real-world example of how communities can bring together knowledge and support from a trauma-informed perspective to support the well-being of children. I appreciated how we had examples and lived experience to learn from. I felt it was a perfect balance of the background of trauma and the effects on our mind and body and how to apply intervention.”

Is This Training For You?
  • Community Member
  • Community Corrections Officer
  • Court System Personnel
  • Educator
  • Emergency Management
  • Law Enforcement
  • Law Enforcement Support
  • Prosecutors
  • Social Workers
  • Tribes/Tribal Partners
  • Victim Service Providers
Sep
25
Mon
What Are They Running From? Youth Trauma and Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences @ Online
Sep 25 @ 10:00 am – Sep 26 @ 5:30 pm
What Are They Running From? Youth Trauma and Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences @ Online

Discuss why juveniles runaway and dangers that apply to youth during this time-frame. Explore strategies for interrupting chronic runaway behavior, while providing a tool to help assess and document runaway reasons, behaviors, and intervention options. Consider trauma that can occur during these runaway events and approaching youth during traumatic events.

This is a Live Online Instructor Led Course. Pre-registration is required. You will receive virtual classroom instructions in your confirmation email and in communications leading up to training.

REGISTER

For information concerning continuing education units, please view our policies page.

Training Schedule:
September 25, 2023 | 10:00 am – 5:30 pm CST
September 26, 2023 | 10:00 am – 5:30 pm CST

The latest research has successfully concluded that young people who run away from home are often victims of physical, sexual, or emotional abuse. They have also suffered trauma as a bystander to domestic violence, substance abuse in the home, the death of a loved one from an overdose or violent act, or when a parent or guardian is arrested. Also, many children of these children abuse substances and are at high risk of human trafficking. Community stakeholders such as police officers, educators, mental health professionals, and child protective service providers must work together to identify these young people and develop effective community wide plans in providing protective factors. During this training, you will learn how to develop an action plan and implement various proven tools to provide protective factors to this critically at-risk population.

What’s In It For You

Upon completion of this training, you will be able to:

  • Utilize the Runaway Risk Screening Tool to identify children that have runaway due to their exposure to adverse childhood experiences.
  • Identify young people who are most vulnerable to human trafficking recruitment
  • Establish a local “Youth Huddle” which is essential in preparing an individual youth action plan to help children exposed to violence and other adverse experiences
  • Utilize the Home Safety Worksheet and Children Exposed to Trauma Form to identify children that have been exposed to adverse childhood experiences
  • Enhance the safety of all involved in this effort including front line law enforcement officers, victims of domestic violence, and young people exposed to domestic violence
  • Initiate community-wide protective factors for children exposed to trauma including the arrest of a parent, witnessing a loved one pass away, or suffer a serious medical incident


Past participants had this to say…
“I learned about many new tools and assessments for when a child or adolescent is at risk of running away. I work as a foster care social worker, so everything you explained made a lot of sense and look forward to hearing more from you in the future. Thanks again for all the great learning tools.”

“This training had a heart for runaway youth and displayed a strong effort to make changes to better identify needs and services for those youth. I appreciate that passion! I would recommend this training to professionals new to runaway youth or youth in general.”

“I liked how there was a real-world example of how communities can bring together knowledge and support from a trauma-informed perspective to support the well-being of children. I appreciated how we had examples and lived experience to learn from. I felt it was a perfect balance of the background of trauma and the effects on our mind and body and how to apply intervention.”

Is This Training For You?
  • Community Member
  • Community Corrections Officer
  • Court System Personnel
  • Educator
  • Emergency Management
  • Law Enforcement
  • Law Enforcement Support
  • Prosecutors
  • Social Workers
  • Tribes/Tribal Partners
  • Victim Service Providers