The ILCPP Learning Collaborative Faculty are pleased to offer another educational opportunity for those interested in learning more about Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP). CEUs are being sponsored by Casa Central.
Do Zero to Threes Really Need Trauma Treatment?
Date and Time: Friday February 24, 2017 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sign in and Breakfast at 9 a.m.
Location: Erikson Institute Room 201
Presenters: National CPP trainers Lili Gray, LCSW and Tina Dorow, LCSW
Training Description: Do you ever wonder how babies and toddlers are affected by trauma? Do you work with other adults who say babies are too young to remember frightening things that have happened to them? This training will increase your knowledge of 0-3 development and ways to create alliances with caregivers, who are skeptical that babies are affected by trauma. Case examples will be used to promote participants’ reflection.
For further information and to register for the workshop, contact Lis Guimaraes at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about the Presenters:
Lili Gray, MSSA, LCSW, is a National CPP trainer. Ms. Gray has over 25 years of experience providing mental health treatment for young children and families. She is a sought out and popular trainer, speaker, and consultant for psychotherapists, Early Intervention providers as well as other early childhood workers in day care and preschools. She offers both didactic trainings as well as reflective consultation on trauma treatment, early childhood disorders and family engagement. In 2005 Patricia Van Horn, JD, PhD, trained Gray as the lead clinical supervisor piloting CPP in Illinois. Gray co-authored a chapter in the 2nd edition of Young Children and Trauma by Guildford Press. In 2001, she presented at the NTI Zero to Three Conference on Embedding and Sustaining Evidence Based Practice in Child Welfare Settings.
Tina Dorow, MSW, MS, LCSW, is a national CPP trainer and faculty member of the ILCPPLC. Ms. Dorow has been a therapist for over twenty years, working with families who have experienced trauma/loss within the child welfare, Early Intervention, and community mental health systems. Currently, she provides therapy to families and clinical consultation to a variety of early childhood and mental health professionals and programs.