Building Personal and Professional Resiliency during Stressful Times
Julie Colpitts, LCSW
February 10, 3-4pm CST
Julie provides training nationally on responses to domestic violence, on healing for traumatized organizations and individuals, and is on faculty at Simmons University Graduate School of Social Work. She has been a Deputy Director at the National Network to End Domestic Violence and the Executive Director of the Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence. She chaired the Maine Commission on Domestic and Sexual Abuse, sat on the Maine Domestic Abuse Homicide Review Panel and the Justice Advisory Council, the National IPV Prevention Council, and participated in the White House Taskforce for Open Data Policing. Prior to her anti-violence work, Julie developed behavioral health systems of care for adolescents, children, and families experiencing traumatic stress. Julie has been training professionals in Oklahoma over the past 4 years.
CEU info: CEUs available for social work ($10 per credit hour)