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Trauma Informed Care of the Trans Population

August 15 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

This training has been moved to an online platform via Zoom. To attend this meeting, please click the zoom link here:     https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85211716452

Trauma affects everyone, either directly or indirectly. The transgender population is no exception; they are more likely to experience trauma. They are often revictimized by well-meaning people who don’t know how to minimize or eliminate further harm. This 1-hour trauma-informed care course with a focus on the transgender population has the following objectives:

  • Identify various responses to stress
  • Recognize reactions to trauma triggers
  • Understand how to develop and support resilience
  • Identify strategies to interact with and help trauma survivors

Speaker: Rook Bartz

Rook Bartz, RN BSN is a registered nurse with 16 years of experience in trauma and emergency care, 12 years as a forensic nurse examiner, and 5 years as a Level I trauma prevention program coordinator. He is an accomplished author, peer reviewer, speaker, and educator with many years of experience delivering educational training seminars to adults of many different professions and walks of life. He presents often to large audiences using motivational, empowering, and impassioned methods to recruit others on his crusade of health equity and safety for all.

For more information, contact kdillon@nunm.edu.

Time: 11 am-noon

Location: NUNM Academic Building, Room 310 | Mitchell Hall

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Date:
August 15
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8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Venue

310 Mitchell Hall

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ND Dept