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      Integrating Trauma Informed Approaches into Practice in Great Falls

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      April 5, 2019

      Friday  10:00 AM

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      Integrating Trauma Informed Approaches into Practice

      What does it mean to be trauma-informed? Why is being trauma-informed not enough? What can you do once you've identified a client or patient who has been exposed to multiple Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)? What is the ARC approach to working with youth exposed to multiple ACEs? What is the SMART approach? We welcome you to attend an interactive training with Dr. Eric Arzubi, Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Billings Clinic and Medical Director of Project ECHO Billings. Dr. Arzubi has Board Certifications in Child/Adolescent Psychiatry and in General Psychiatry.  He completed all his medical and psychiatric training at the Yale School of Medicine, graduating from medical school in 2008, completing general psychiatry residency in 2011, and completing child/adolescent psychiatry fellowship in 2013. In Connecticut, he served as the Co-Director of Public Policy for NAMI and he is currently President of the Big Sky Regional Council for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Arzubi considers himself an advocate first and a physician second; he believes that all Montanans deserve access to evidence-based psychiatric care. This free training has been developed specific for health care personnel. Registration is requested and lunch will be provided. Reserve a spot now!

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