TG Members Only Training - Trauma/Secondary Trauma 10/2/2014

The University of Georgia
J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development


The nature of the child welfare professionals’ work puts them at particular risk for developing secondary traumatic stress symptoms. This session examines causes, its effects on staff, treatment methods for work with clients to address trauma, and more.

Instructors: Brian Bride, Ph.D. and UGA Creative Research Medal for work in secondary traumatic stress and Sandy Corbin, clinical director, Multi-Agency Alliance for Children

Date and Time:
Oct 2, 2014  - 10 a.m. to 2 p.m

Youth Villages Inner Harbor Campus, Douglasville, Georgia

Complimentary registration to Together Georgia members

Contact Jason Bedgood at or 706-542-5266

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TOGETHER GEORGIA is the new name of our state’s most venerable organization for child and family services providers: the Georgia Association of Homes and Services for Children (GAHSC). Since its inception 50 years ago, GAHSC has been a tireless champion of children all across the Peach State. While we’re proud of what GAHSC has accomplished over its long history, we’ve redesigned the organization from the ground up to add even more value to the hard-working providers serving Georgia’s children and families. Find out more by being our guest at a meeting, talking with our friendly members and leadership team, and by visiting our website at

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