Trainings

At CARRE, we design and deliver tailored public and private virtual (potentially in-person) trainings to increase knowledge of forced migration trauma, migration systems, and the impact of traumatic stress on families and youth. This is done to better improve trauma treatment and service delivery. Fill out our Training and Technical Assistance form to see how we can better support you and your specific work. Stay tuned for upcoming public trainings!

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Self & Collective Attuning: Tending to Emotional Activation in these Acute Times
Join us for a special collaborative session held jointly by the School Crisis Recovery and Renewal project and CARRE (two National Child Traumatic Stress Network Category II sites) to create space for service providers (based in schools or community) who want to engage the practice of attuning and attending to our emotional landscape as we witness institutionally sanctioned and unprecedented death and violence.
Trauma Informed Engagement with Forcibly Displaced Families with University of Maryland-Baltimore (UMB)
Please join this training with the University of Maryland-Baltimore (UMB), intended to support refugee resettlement and other community-based providers in developing more effective and holistic service engagement to better support and align with newcomer children and their families in integration settings. This training opportunity will not be recorded and will be limited to the first 50 participants who register.
PC CARE Pilot Information Session #2
Please join CARRE for a 30-minute information session to learn more about Parent Child CARE (PC-CARE) and the submission process to apply for partnership funding!
PC CARE Pilot Information Session #1
Please join CARRE for a 30-minute information session to learn more about Parent Child CARE (PC-CARE) and the submission process to apply for partnership funding!
Attachment: Understanding the Impact of Early Childhood Trauma for Refugees & Immigrant Children
This webinar, facilitated in partnership with Dr. Alicia F. Lieberman, includes an overview of normative developmental fears for young children and how they can be impacted by the trauma of forced displacement. Practical examples of how parents, caregivers, and providers can support children will be discussed. After viewing this webinar, you will be able to define early childhood trauma in the context of forced displacement, describe the impact of forced displacement on normative developmental fears, and identify strategies for promoting attachment in daily work with children and families. View training slides here
Safety & Wellness Benchmarks: Case Management Tool (Option 2)
This webinar will serve as an introduction to the Safety & Wellness Benchmarks Case Management Measurement and Assessment Tool and will focus on the components of the tool, ways to use the tool in case management programs, and strategies and skills to analyze and utilize the data in program improvement, development, and reporting.
AV CARRE Informational Session (Option 2)
Please join CARRE for a 30-minute information session to learn more about Attachment Vitamins and the submission process to apply for partnership funding!
AV CARRE Informational Session (Option 1)
Please join CARRE for a 30-minute information session to learn more about Attachment Vitamins and the submission process to apply for partnership funding!
CARRE at the NCTSN All-Network Conference
CARRE was featured at the NCTSN All-Network Conference in August 2022. The presentation, “Promoting Language Justice and Communication Access,” alongside partner Gallaudet University, addresses how to implement and advocate for Language Justice in order to build bridges for better access, supporting more appropriate, effective and resonating culturally appropriate messaging and interventions.
Supporting Children and Families from Afghanistan: Part 2
In Part 2 of this series, participants will explore cultural and trauma informed integration practices for serving children and families from Afghanistan. Presenters include NCTSN providers and partners from Las Cumbres Community Services, University of Illinois Chicago, and Boston College.