Cardea and the South Central AETC are pleased to bring you this webinar that address the particular needs of border communities. While the border region may be designated as 60 miles from the US Mexico border, these issues affect communities throughout the United States as populations move.
This webinar is free to view. We are not able to offer CNE, SW and LPC credit for the recorded version of this Webinar. Certificates of attendance are available.
About this Webinar
All patients have histories that affect their health and perspectives on healthcare and healthcare providers. Those who are from or who cross the border between the U.S. and Mexico may have experienced trauma or other events that profoundly affect how they are able to access and process process health care.
By attending this webinar, providers will increase use of client centered skills to create a safe environment for all patients, especially those who have experienced trauma.
Who Should Attend
Physicians, nurses, administrators, counselors and staff who work with border populations.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- List the effects of trauma on behavior
- Explain how trauma impacts the health border communities
- Apply a trauma-informed approach for achieving positive health outcomes in border communities