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The Impact of Trauma on Adolescent Development
December 5, 2019
Seth Osborn, MA
Senior Program Development Specialist, NRCYS
Seth has worked primarily in residential care settings for children and youth in direct, supervisory, and case management roles, as well as in research settings with Arkansas Children’s Hospital and the Food and Drug Administration. He supervises the Trauma Informed Care Project, through which he provides training and consulting in Oklahoma relating to trauma responsive care, youth development, crisis prevention, and staff development. Seth holds a master degree in organizational psychology from The University of Oklahoma.
Jennifer Price, MSW, LCSW
Program Development Specialist, NRCYS
Jennifer has a drive to learn and desire to cultivate relationships with families and staff in the child welfare system has served to empower her to equip parents and professionals with practical tools they can use to bring out the best of the children and youth in their care. She shares her knowledge and organizational talents with NRCYS-administered DHS support network groups through consulting, mentoring, and training. Her 16 years of experience with children and families has fueled her ambition to collaborate on curriculum development and facilitate trainings for foster, kinship, and adoptive parents and child welfare professionals, which has led to her leadership in the design and writing of curriculum within NRCYS. Jennifer is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW), which adds to her understanding of individuals and families within the child welfare system. Jennifer earned her master degree in social work from The University of Oklahoma.
This workshop will provide participants with information on adolescent development, how trauma impacts development in adolescents and what resource parents can do to assist traumatized youth in becoming more resilient while minimizing their risks and exposure to ongoing trauma.
Resources for Participants
Development and Trauma Resources
3 Realms of ACEs Infographic (PDF, 1.1MB)
Adolescent Development Explained (PDF, 12.7MB)
Empowerment Handout (PDF, 1.5MB)
Road to Adulthood (PDF, 3.3MB)
Typical Childhood Development Stages and Milestones (PDF, 430KB)
Post-Traumatic Growth and Relationships Resources
Four S's Interview: Sparks, Strengths, Struggles, Supports (PDF, 93KB)
Building Resilience Brain Frame (PDF, 1.6MB)
Developmental Relationships in Action (PDF, 396KB)
Family Conversions Brain Frames (PDF, 3.5MB)
How We React Matters (PDF, 228KB)
Post-Traumatic Growth: 5 Domains (JPEG, 211KB)
Post-Traumatic Growth Handout (PDF, 346KB)
Snapshot of Parent-Youth Relationships 2017 (PDF, 1.6MB)
Accommodations on the basis of disability are available by contacting Danielle Harbinger at (918) 660-3700 as soon as possible.
December 5, 2019
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.