Hope & Healing Training Institute

April 4, 2022 @ 10:00AM — December 8, 2022 @ 4:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) Add to Calendar

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Training Schedule

In 2022, you can purchase each individual training or you can purchase one of our bundles!

Professional Bundle: $175

  • Includes registrations to all 9 training opportunities, speakers, and the annual training conference.
  • Up to 23 available CEs!

Student/Young Professional Bundle: $150

  • Includes registrations to all 9 training opportunities, speakers, and the annual training conference
  • *Available to all students and people under 25 years old*
  • Up to 23 available CEs!

April 2022 – Sexual Assault Awareness Month

“What Do I Tell My Child?”: Working with Survivors with Children Conceived through Rape
April 4th
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM – 2 CEs - $25

Almost 3 million women in the United States experience rape related pregnancy during their lifetime according to the CDC. This presentation will explore the impacts and challenges of navigating the unique issues in survivors who become pregnant due to sexual violence.

Protecting but not Protected – Military Sexual Trauma
April 14th 4:00-7:00 PM - $50 2.5 CEs

An estimated 1 in 4 female veterans and 1 in 100 male veterans in the VA healthcare system report experiencing Military Sexual Trauma. It is important to note that by percentage women are at greater risk of MST, but nearly 40% of veterans who disclose MST to VA are men. This presentation will feature keynote speakers; Natalie Khawam, attorney representing Spc. Vanessa Guillén’s family, the solider that was tragically killed at Fort Hood after months of sexual harassment and Heath Phillips, a Navy Veteran and male on male rape survivor.

Foundations of Change: The Eradication of Racial Trauma
Dr. Curtis Kwodwo Williams II, Therapist & Community Relations Manager, Minority Behavioral Health Group
April 26th 1:00-3:00 PM – 2 CEs - Donation Based

Guest presenter Dr. Curtis Kwodwo Williams will discuss how power and control dynamics found within IPV are also used against survivors of IPV and sexual violence throughout societal systems. This presentation will examine the barriers survivors of color face after experiencing IPV and sexual violence, as well as best practices for working with survivors and challenging racial trauma.

May 2022

Supporting Caregivers of Children who have Experienced Sexual Abuse
May 10, 10:00-11:30 AM – 1.5 CEs - Donation Based

The aftermath of a child’s disclosure of sexual abuse can be traumatic and overwhelming for caregivers. This presentation will identify common issues for caregivers, provide information on childhood sexual abuse and its aftermath, and resources for support. This presentation is appropriate for professionals working with co-survivors, as well as co-survivors seeking information on the aftermath of childhood sexual abuse.

Rape Culture: What is It and How Does it Impact the Mental Health of Survivors?
May 24th – 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM – 3 CEs - $40

The participant feedback from our original presentation requesting a more intensive training on this topic was received! Our 3-hour training will offer participants more in-depth knowledge on societal elements and systems that contribute to rape culture, the impacts of rape culture on survivors of sexual violence, ways to challenge rape culture, and best practices in working with survivors of sexual violence

October 2022 – Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Death of an Abuser: Navigating Grief & Loss with Survivors of IPV
October 4th 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM – 2 CEs - $25

The death of an abuser can create complicated grief experiences for survivors as they death occurs within an existing traumatic context due to relationship violence. Within IPV, abusers may threaten suicide to maintain power and control over the victim. What are the impacts on the survivor when the abuser follows through with the threat of suicide? Death may also occur naturally, leaving the survivor in a complex state of grief and trauma. This presentation seeks to examine these impacts and present strategies for working with survivors.

Resources for Resilience: Sensory Interventions for Children Impacted
by Domestic Violence & Sexual Violence
October 18th 10:00 AM-12:00 PM – 2 CEs - $25

Sensory-based interventions provide safe opportunities for children to revisit traumatic experiences. This presentation will focus on utilizing sensory interventions for trauma recovery with children who have been affected by domestic violence and sexual violence. The facilitator for this presentation is a certified Structured Sensory Interventions for Traumatized Children, Adolescents and Parents (SITCAP) clinician.

Healing the Trauma of Narcissistic Abuse
October 27 10:00 AM -12:00 PM – 2 CEs - $25

Narcissistic abuse is a complex system of abuse tactics that may include emotional, mental, physical, spiritual or sexual abuse. Gaslighting and manipulation are commonly found within narcissistic abuse causing the victim of narcissistic abuse to question their reality and perceptions of themselves and the world. This presentation will examine the unique dynamics of narcissistic abuse, the impacts on survivors, and strategies for working with survivors of narcissistic abuse.

December 2022 - Annual Conference

Hope and Healing Survivor Resource Center Annual Conference
December 8th 2022 – 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM – 6 CEs - $50

For more information please contact: Sarah at SarahK@hope-healing.org or 330-436-3467

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