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Two-Day Training Sessions Held in 2019

Two-Day Seminar on Youth Trafficking

February 12-13, 2019

Goal: To provide professionals with skills and knowledge on working with these youths.

Target Population:  Professionals from various disciplines – social workers, nurses, doctors, psychotherapists, etc., from different organizations.

Number of Sessions:  2

Number of Participants:  120

Location:  OU – Tulsa

 


 

Children in the Midst of Natural and Man Made Disasters with Joy & Howard Osofsky, and Paula David.

October 24-25, 2019

Goal: To provide professionals with tools and knowledge on working with children when disasters happen.

Target Population:  Professionals from various disciplines – social workers, nurses, doctors, psychotherapists, etc., from different organizations

Number of Sessions:  2

Number of Participants:  50

Location:  OU – Tulsa

 


 

TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR SENIOR STAFF & SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS, USA

April – May 2019

Goal: To provide knowledge and tools for working with  maltreated children.

Target Population: Camp Hope directors and counselors in Oklahoma City, YMCA senior staff and summer camp counselors.

Number of Sessions: Total of 7: Camp Hope 2, YMCA 3, Camp Shalom 2.

Number of Participants: A total of 115 – 25 camp directors, 25 counselors from Camp Hope, 15 senior staff members from the YMCA and 50 YMCA counselors, 35 from Camp Shalom.

Location: OU – Tulsa

 


 

Police Training

February 3 & 4

Event Description: 2 training days “The Role of Law Enforcement in Trauma Informed Community” with Will Halvosa

Number of participants: 150 (around 75 each day)

Location: OU-Norman and OU-Tulsa

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