Intervening with Trauma and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (IDD) in Families



This webinar will focus on the intersection of trauma and intellectual and developmental disabilities (e.g., autism, ID, FAS, etc).  This talk will focus on three main areas.  The first will be “myth-busting” of common myths surrounding this population (e.g., the myth that kids who have autism don’t actually feel the trauma).  The second will examine specific interventions and practices that are used for this population and why they are effective.  The last will be resources and in-the-pocket tools you can use to help this population in whatever role you have (e.g., therapists, school providers, legal advocates, etc).

Speaker and Presenter Information

Dr. Michael Gomez is currently on staff at Bradley Hospital, Lifespan Institute, one of the teaching hospitals for the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University and the nation’s first, and oldest, psychiatric hospital specifically for children and adolescents and is committed to the dissemination of evidence-based practices in psychology.

Relevant Government Agencies

Dept of Justice, Judicial Branch Agencies, Municipal Government, State & Local Government


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Event Type
Webcast


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When
Thu, Nov 3, 2022, 1:00pm - 2:15pm ET


Cost
Complimentary:    $ 0.00


Website
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Organizer
Justice Clearinghouse


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