The FCS Healthy Relationships team is hosting a virtual session on Oct. 13 to discuss Adverse Childhood Experiences and trauma-responsive care. All of Extension is invited to attend; no registration is needed.
This virtual interactive session, presented by Dr. Nara Cho and Caitlin Tully, will explore Adverse Childhood Experiences, the neurobiological impacts of trauma, and the healing power of relationships. Participants will receive practical, evidence-informed tools to support safe connection and trauma-responsive communication. Topics will include Adverse Childhood Experiences, neurobiological impact of trauma on the brain and body, trauma-responsive care, resilience factors, resilience-based communication tools, and resources.
Caitlin Tully is a training supervisor with The Center for Family Safety and Healing in Columbus, Ohio, with more than 10 years of experience addressing trauma and family violence. Dr. Nara Cho is a second-year child abuse pediatrics fellow at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Her fellowship training includes evaluation and management of all areas of child maltreatment.
You can join the conversation from 1:15-3 p.m. via Zoom at osu.zoom.us/j/91203598036?pwd=dW1lSGlUWkZlY29nM0dDRkc2SGNGZz09. If you have questions, contact Rae Baker, FCS program specialist, healthy relationships, at firstname.lastname@example.org.