Joseph Solomita, LCSW
Stars Training Academy
(310) 221-6336 ext 109
Stars Behavioral Health Group
1501 Hughes Way
Long Beach, CA 90810
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The Stars trainers have brought a unique skill set that includes personal experience in the field... Trainings have proven to be very interactive and engaging... Trainers have done an excellent job in tailoring each training to be site specific...
Bradley F. Grigg, MA
Children’s Behavioral Health Specialist
State of Alaska
Our agency, our staff, and our clients truly benefited from the training... The TIP Model™ helped our agency increase positive outcomes and helped our young adults become selfsufficient... Stars consists of brilliant training facilitators who are also very motivating, diligent and supportive...
Joana A. Pavo, LMFT, Team Leader
Transition Age Youth Program
Mental Health America – Los Angeles, CA
The Trauma Informed Care for Young People training offers a detailed blueprint for developing the trauma informed capacity of both individual providers and programs. Front-line staff, supervisors, peer mentors and leaders are asked to assess their own competencies by using the “Trauma Informed Inventory” (What’s in Your Tool-Kit?) as a guide to determine what skills they have and what skills they need. Trauma Informed Care for Young People is based on a “common elements” approach to trauma disorders, which means looking across several well-established trauma models to identify shared interventions.
The training will also cover the emerging concept of Developmental Trauma, which expands and elaborates on the current understanding of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Information on the groundbreaking research of the Adverse Childhood Events Study (ACES) and from the field of neuroscience will be discussed.
Specific learning objectives for the training include: