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Trauma-Informed Care: Tools and Interventions

Event Date/Time

  • Tuesday, April 25 2017
    2:30 PM — 4:30 PM

Location

Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
40 S. Alcaniz Street
Pensacola, FL 32502
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Dr. Neil Boris, MD

Irving Harris Infant Mental Health Training Director, Florida State University--Center for
Prevention and Early Intervention Policy Consultant and Trainer--Circle of Security
International.


Graduate of Tufts University College of Medicine, Child Psychiatrist with extensive clinical
and teaching experience, including 15 years at Tulane before moving to FL in 2013. In FL, he
is actively working to support professional development in early childhood mental health at
all levels.


His experiences working in post-Katrina New Orleans contributed to his dedication to
understanding and caring for children experiencing chronic stress and their families. He
counts his 3 children as among his most important teachers.
Sponsored by Florida Infant Mental Health


Join us to learn what trauma-informed care is and how you can apply specific interventions to your work with children and families in our community.

This event is appropriate for those who serve birth to 5 year olds.


2 Hours of CE/CEU's for Nurses, LCSW's, LMHC's and Educators


DATE: April 25, 2017          TIME: 2:30-4:30

LOCATION: 

Institute for Human and Machine Cognition

40 S. Alcaniz Street, Pensacola, FL 32502

Due to limited space, if you find you are not able to attend after registering, please call Christy at 850-607-7761 to remove your registration and open the seat for another.

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