Zoom Logo

Exploring the Effects of Trauma, presented by the Brain Science Training Institute - Shared screen with speaker view
Jacqueline Perry
18:55
Jacqueline Perry DFS food anything Italian
Katherine Woytko
18:56
Katie Woytko, VCAP - COFFEE!
LaHoma Rodriguez
19:06
Good morning. I am LaHoma, Luminous Therapeutic Mental Health Services. Fruit, Fruit and always Avocado! Gives me energy
Kathleen Kelley (she/hers)
20:55
Thank you everyone for checking in this morning! We are so happy that you're here and ready to engage with us :)
Lorie Bissette
21:30
Good morning! Lorie Bissette-DFS
Meredith Tavani
23:35
Meredith Tavani, DSCYF/DPBHS
Laura Ryan
26:34
yes
Jacqueline Perry
26:39
yes
Sonya Tull
26:42
yes
LaHoma Rodriguez
26:43
yes
Angela Allbee
27:23
Loved this one!!
Edgar Verde
28:10
Edgar Verde - CLASI
sharlet kennedy-Blalock
41:17
my apologies for being late. I had to split a zoom with this webinar
Francine Roberts
43:22
dynamic, 1st time seeing it. so worth sharing
Alicia Pariseau
43:51
Thank you for sharing that video loved it!
Lisa Diehl
43:57
could you share the link to that ted talk to us?
Kiera McGillivray
44:05
https://www.ted.com/talks/nadine_burke_harris_how_childhood_trauma_affects_health_across_a_lifetime
Lisa Diehl
44:19
THANK YOU!!!!! :)
Lorie Bissette
44:20
thank you for the link
Kiera McGillivray
44:40
You're welcome! Glad you all want to share it!
Jacqueline Perry
56:31
The form is not clear on my end
Debra McKenna
59:20
not done yet with the scoring
Kiera McGillivray
59:39
That is fine, we are giving everyone several minutes, just posting the poll when ready.
Suehay Cano
01:01:40
While you were growing up, during your first 18 years of life:1. Did a parent or other adult in the household often or very often…Swear at you, insult you, put you down, or humiliate you?orAct in a way that made you afraid that you might be physically hurt?Yes No If yes enter 1 ________2. Did a parent or other adult in the household often or very often…Push, grab, slap, or throw something at you?orEver hit you so hard that you had marks or were injured?Yes No If yes enter 1 ________3. Did an adult or person at least 5 years older than you ever…Touch or fondle you or have you touch their body in a sexual way?orAttempt or actually have oral, anal, or vaginal intercourse with you?Yes No If yes enter 1 ________4. Did you often or very often feel that …No one in your family loved you or thought you were important or special?orYour family didn’t look out for each other, feel close to each other, or support each other?Yes No If yes enter 1 ________5. Did you often or very ofte
Jacqueline Perry
01:02:03
God it
Abigail Pennell
01:08:50
I don’t see a link
Laura Ryan
01:09:46
I am not able to open link
Kathleen Kelley (she/hers)
01:10:20
https://centerforresilientchildren.org/wp-content/uploads/DARS1.pdf
Shannon Fisch
01:10:40
Google drive with files and resources: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1P_odLAQsr14rxr3N5MSIDmBaTjRGfTgC?usp=sharing
Jacqueline Perry
01:18:31
Having to step in and care for his siblings
Kristen Fluharty-Emory
01:18:33
witness to domestic violence
Laurel Bradley
01:18:34
parents divorce
Alexis Teitelbaum
01:18:34
DV - Divorce
Lisbeth Rojas
01:18:36
parents are divorce
LaHoma Rodriguez
01:18:36
Parents divorce and witness mother physical absue
Midline Oware
01:18:36
father in prison
Alicia Pariseau
01:18:37
Divorce
Kelsey Grant
01:18:41
father not around/ DV
Geneva Barnes
01:18:43
taking on the role as parent
Alexis Teitelbaum
01:18:45
Mom works 3 jobs
Lisa Diehl
01:18:46
Divorce, drug/alcohol addicted parent, witnessing violence
Gina Baker
01:18:47
Caring for sibling, DV DIvorce
sharlet kennedy-Blalock
01:18:47
witnessing DV
Suehay Cano
01:18:48
Homework at night and tired
Joseph Halliday
01:18:52
Schoolwork after responsibilities
Stephanie Allen
01:18:54
Parents divorced; domestic abuse; father in prison
Suehay Cano
01:18:56
Father in prison
Matthew Seaton
01:18:57
father not present and having to take on the parental role
Gina Baker
01:19:01
teacher kicking him out of class for sleeping
Lisa Diehl
01:19:02
lack of caregiver
Francine Roberts
01:19:10
divorce, not doing well in school, limited sleep
Suehay Cano
01:19:18
Tired
Debra McKenna
01:19:19
absent mother too many jobs
Geneva Barnes
01:19:23
domestic violence teacher not understanding his stressors at home
Barbara Benezet
01:19:29
Death of sibling.
Suehay Cano
01:19:35
Misunderstood
LaHoma Rodriguez
01:19:39
added home responsibility
Lisa Diehl
01:19:40
economic stress
Stephanie Allen
01:19:42
acting as a parent taking care of the sibling not a child
Suehay Cano
01:19:50
Eating well
Alexis Teitelbaum
01:19:50
SW set up a mentor
Kristen Fluharty-Emory
01:19:51
Neighbors help
Suehay Cano
01:19:55
Sleeping more
Midline Oware
01:19:55
Mentor
Kelsey Grant
01:19:56
neighbors help
sharlet kennedy-Blalock
01:19:57
not giving up
Jacqueline Perry
01:20:02
SW in school giving assitance
Francine Roberts
01:20:02
supportive counselor, socal worker, teacher
Gina Baker
01:20:03
The social worker putting all the services in place for him in the family
sharlet kennedy-Blalock
01:20:04
someone who cares
Suehay Cano
01:20:04
Building relationships
Lisa Diehl
01:20:05
starting to form social connections now
Alicia Pariseau
01:20:05
Social Worker
Kristen Fluharty-Emory
01:20:06
school social worker
Alexis Teitelbaum
01:20:09
TIA for the class and teacher
Suehay Cano
01:20:09
Acceptable to help
Kelsey Grant
01:20:11
still going to school despite being tired
Geneva Barnes
01:20:12
Feeling heard
Lisa Diehl
01:20:13
gets a mentor
Francine Roberts
01:20:14
gets help for mom
Debra McKenna
01:20:14
support at school
Francine Roberts
01:20:18
food bank
Stephanie Allen
01:20:25
Helpful neighbor, School social worker, teacher, and mentor, self regulating
Suehay Cano
01:20:27
Mother loves him
Midline Oware
01:20:40
grades are improving
Suehay Cano
01:20:44
Eating healthier
Alexis Teitelbaum
01:20:44
Relationship with SW in and outside of school
LaHoma Rodriguez
01:20:45
With proper supports in place like SW, mentor he gains resiliency skills he is able to regulate
Lisbeth Rojas
01:20:57
discuss the issues with social worker, good grades
Michael Bowlin
01:31:01
Thank you
Laurel Bradley
01:31:06
Thank you!!
Meredith Tavani
01:31:11
Thank you!
Lorie Bissette
01:31:15
thanks!
Katherine Woytko
01:31:21
Thank you!!!
Viviane Sanchez
01:31:26
Thank you!
Stephanie Allen
01:31:26
Providing a healthy relationship can build resilience for someone with ACEs
Midline Oware
01:31:26
Great presentation! Thank you!
Mary Ryan
01:31:29
thank you
Latasha Coley
01:31:30
Thank you
Alexis Teitelbaum
01:31:32
Thanks!!
Debra McKenna
01:31:36
Great Refresher about ACE's
Stephanie Allen
01:31:37
Thank you
Gina Baker
01:31:37
Thank you! :)
Jacqueline Perry
01:31:40
Identify and knowing how to obtain resources. Thanks so much looking forward to next week
Alicia Pariseau
01:31:41
I really liked learning about the Ace's
Geneva Barnes
01:31:45
Thank you
Sonya Blake
01:31:47
Excellent presentation! Thank you!
Kelsey Grant
01:31:47
thank you !
Lisbeth Rojas
01:31:53
Thank great presentation, I learn a lot!
sharlet kennedy-Blalock
01:32:02
I really enjoyed the ted talk
Francine Roberts
01:32:04
the importance of connections, I often think of resilience as mostly internal
Matthew Seaton
01:32:09
While we focus on the negatives, it's important to focus on the positives during that time that enable us to be resilient
sharlet kennedy-Blalock
01:32:11
very informative
Laurel Bradley
01:32:18
resiliency is both inward and outward actions
Joseph Halliday
01:32:21
Thank you
Stephanie Allen
01:32:26
May we receive resources for this webex
Latasha Coley
01:32:33
VSC website?
Nancy Wilkerson
01:32:44
a lot of good information, thank you
Kathleen Kelley (she/hers)
01:33:35
To check out this and previous VSC recordings, visit: https://cjc.delaware.gov/victims-services-conference/
Nancy Castellanos
01:33:35
Great information.. Thank you !
Kathleen Kelley (she/hers)
01:33:46
Our next VSC session provides an overview of Law Enforcement’s use of the Lethality Assessment Protocol in intimate partner violence situations on March 2nd at 10:30am. Follow this shortened link for more info: https://bit.ly/34DcTLG
Kathleen Kelley (she/hers)
01:34:02
Join us next Thursday for the final session facilitated by Kiera and Shannon exploring trauma. To access the materials associated with this and upcoming Trauma Exploration sessions, visit: https://bit.ly/3GQXe8I
Stephanie Rodriguez
01:34:07
What email to we use to request the cert?
Kathleen Kelley (she/hers)
01:34:13
Regarding certificates, please email me directly! I am prone to lose requests in the chat. With an email, I'll respond directly with an attached PDF. Contact KathleenD.Kelley@delaware.gov
Kathleen Kelley (she/hers)
01:34:22
For any questions regarding this session, contact: Kiera and Shannon at: shannon.fisch@cffde.org & kiera.mcgillivray@cffde.org
Stephanie Rodriguez
01:34:25
Thank you!
Jennifer Farrelly
01:35:36
Thank you so much!
Alicia Pariseau
01:35:48
Thank you!!!