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Recognizing and Responding to Child Trauma in Educational Settings

January 18, 2022

Time: 1-2:30pm (on Zoom)

Free with registration in advance

CEUs for social work available – $15 for 1.5 credit hours

Dr. Julie Miller Cribbs

Oklahoma Medicaid Endowed Professor in Mental Health
Director of OU School of Social Work

Julie’s current research amplifies factors pertaining to vulnerability, strengths, and functioning in the arenas of diversity, health, and community life. She is particularly interested in health disparities and access to health care and improving social work education in the state of Oklahoma. Her publications have appeared in various journals, she has authored educational material utilized in textbooks and course outlines related to cultural diversity, and she is the author of three books.

Target Population:

Tulsa Public Schools

Number of Sessions:

1

Location:

On Zoom

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