Diamond 5

Understanding the Importance of Screening and Assessing for Trauma in Young Children

Speakers
Lindsey Ondrak, LIMHP
Audience Level
Intermediary
Room
Diamond 5

This session will explain early childhood trauma, the importance of screening and assessing for trauma in young children, and will provide an overview of evidenced-based practices.

Intended Audience

All professionals working with children and families.

Removing Barriers: Collaborating with Interpreters at Work

Speakers
Javier Castellote, M.A.
Audience Level
Foundational
Room
Diamond 5

This training is designed to help professionals in the helping fields understand how to work with an interpreter. Participants will learn what the skill of interpretation entails, what is the role of the interpreter in different situations and helpful tips to improve the flow of communication.

Intended Audience

Mental Health Providers, Law Enforcement, Child Protective Services, County Attorneys, Education Professionals, Youth Care Agencies, Non-Profit Agencies, Day Care Providers, Church Leaders, and anyone who works with children and families.

Co‐Regulation and Responsive Relationships

Speakers
Lindsey Ondrak, LIMHP
Audience Level
Foundational
Session Track
Early Childhood Services
Room
Diamond 5

Explore the importance of parent-child engagement and social-emotional development in the early years. Parents can offer their children rich, high-quality interactions that shows positive behavioral outcomes, supports emotional repair and develops cognitive functioning. Get ideas on what to look for in parent-child interactions as well as how to better interpret the reciprocity of the relationship.

Intended Audience

All professionals working with children and families.

Trauma and Resiliency in Families

Speakers
Mike Vance, Ph.D.
Audience Level
Foundational
Room
Diamond 5

The session will discuss strategies to develop resilience in patients and their families. We will explore how providers of all levels can strengthen their own resilience to reduce burnout and maintain a quality care relationship with patients.

Intended Audience

All levels of direct care providers.

Learning Objectives
  • Participants will be able to identify the 7 C's of resilience.
  • Participants will be able to identify and apply strategies for development of self resilience.

Youth Homelessness in Nebraska

Speakers
Alexandria Labenz
Audience Level
Foundational
Room
Diamond 5

This session will provide insight as to what youth and young adult homelessness looks like in Nebraska and how community partners can best access dedicated housing resources and supportive services.

Intended Audience

Community partners who provide direct service or supports to youth and young adults, including parenting or pregnant youth, ages 24 and under.

Co‐Regulation and Responsive Relationships

Speakers
Lindsey Ondrak, LIMHP
Audience Level
Foundational
Session Track
Early Childhood Services
Room
Diamond 5

Explore the importance of parent-child engagement and social-emotional development in the early years. Parents can offer their children rich, high-quality interactions that shows positive behavioral outcomes, supports emotional repair and develops cognitive functioning. Get ideas on what to look for in parent-child interactions as well as how to better interpret the reciprocity of the relationship.

Intended Audience

All professionals working with children and families.