Even before the COVID pandemic, trauma was widely prevalent in our society. The collective trauma we are all experiencing now as the result of this pandemic has only exacerbated the issue. Moreover, trauma has negatively affected organizations taxing already stressed systems of care and practitioner wellness. Trauma-informed care is an intervention and organizational approach that focuses on how trauma may affect an individual’s life and their response to services. This presentation will examine the adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) study and explore the many faces of trauma and its prevalence in society. We will discuss how the application of the six values of trauma-informed care drive connection and can be applied in multiple service settings. Never has this topic been more relevant and needed to serve each other and those depending on us for help.

Meet Our Presenter

Scott Webb is a trauma survivor himself who has worked in the behavioral health field for 35 years.  His career has included clinical, administrative, and consultative work. He is currently the Trauma-Informed Care Coordinator at the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services. He holds a Master of Science in Education degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

Since 2014, Scott has provided training and technical assistance on trauma-informed care principles to more than 15,000 clinicians statewide. His insights on trauma-informed care have been featured in articles published by Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism and Isthmus. He also has presented at numerous conferences and acted as keynote speaker for the UW-Madison School of Social Work, the National Alliance on Mental Illness Wisconsin Conference, and the Wisconsin Personal Services Association. 


Medford Campus: September 28, 1:30pm-4:30pm

Wausau Campus: September 29, 8:30am-11:30am

Antigo Campus: September 29, 1:30pm-4:30pm


$20/person - 3 CEUs

Light refreshments provided

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