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Trauma-Informed Services with Survivors of Family Violence

Trauma is pervasive, and its effects are broad, diverse and often life-shaping, adapting our services can serve to support survivors’ healing in significant ways (Fallot, R.D., 2011). In this webinar, facilitators will explore the concept of Roger Fallot and Maxine Harris’ core values of trauma-informed interactions. Discussing and understanding the context of certain patterns of behavior helps us to more respectfully and effectively interact with and serve survivors of violence. In addition, this session will also include recommendations for strategies that integrate these core values into centers’ existing services.

Michelle (Shell) Schwartz, MA
Disability Services Director - Disability Services of SafePlace
Michelle (Shell) Schwartz holds a graduate degree in Psychology and is Disability Services ASAP (A Safety Awareness Program) Manager with SafePlace in Austin, Texas. Michelle gained early experience in community psychology in private and state run counseling, behavioral health, and mental health organizations. Michelle speaks nationally on issues of victimization of people with disabilities and co-authored “Beyond Labels: Working with Abuse Survivors with Mental Illness and Symptoms of...More
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