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Basics of Trauma Informed Services for Rape and Sexual Assault Victims

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May 8, 2014
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm


Join INCASA for an overview of, “Trauma Informed Services for Adults Experiencing Rape and Sexual Assault”.
Learning Objectives:
1. Understanding sexual trauma.
2. The brain’s response to sexual trauma.
3. Chronic shock symptoms as outcomes of sexual trauma.
4.  Basic tenets of trauma-informed advocacy services.
This webinar will be faciliated by Karen A Duncan, M.A., Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, Director of Community
                            Engagement at INCASA.
Click here to register.
Ms. Duncan serves as Project Manager for the Indiana Statewide Victim Assistance Academy and a new initiative “Making Children A Priority” focusing on community-wide educational strategies in the recognition and prevention of child sexual abuse.  She was integral to establishing INCASA’s Statewide Sexual Assault Response Team Training and implementing a statewide assessment of primary prevention efforts in Indiana.  Karen is the author of two books, Healing from the Trauma of Childhood Sexual Abuse:  the Journey for Women (2005) and Female Sexual Predators:  Understanding Them to Protect Our Children and Youths (2010).