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Almost all rescued Animals suffer severe stress and trauma and require special care to regain their health and happiness. Learn from leading trauma experts how you can help Animals.

  • Three-part webinar series from experts in psychological trauma and trauma-informed care
  • Learn about trauma, and how to support trauma recovery and avoid re-traumatization
  • Gain powerful insights on how to support Animals healing from trauma
  • Join a community supporting Animal dignity and freedom

Can’t, make the three dates? You can watch later. Registration gives you access to all three webinars until December 15, 2018.

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OUR PRESENTERS: LEADERS IN THE FIELD OF TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE

Dr. Sandra Bloom, MD – Dr. Bloom is a board-certified psychiatrist, graduate of Temple University School of Medicine and currently Associate Professor, Health Management and…

Mary Watkins, PhD – Dr. Watkins is chair of the MA/PhD. Depth Psychology Program, a founding co-chair of its Community Psychology, Liberation Psychology…

Darcia Narvaez, PhD (dar-sha narv-eyes) – Dr. Narvaez is Professor of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame. Her current research explores how early life…

CURRENT WEBINARS

Sandra L. Bloom, MD

Tall Blue Starry Strangeness: How the Trauma-informed Paradigm Creates Sanctuary for All Animals.

Available 12:00 pm Pacific/1900 GMT, October 21, 2018

Mary Watkins, PhD

Pathways to Mutual Accompaniment

Available 12:00 pm Pacific/1900 GMT, October 28, 2018

Darcia Narvaez, PhD

Understanding the Role of the Evolved Nest in Trauma-Informed Care

Available 12:00 pm Pacific/1900 GMT, November 4, 2018

Janet Kaylo & Gay Bradshaw

Reflections, Question, and Answers on Animal Trauma-Informed Care

Available 12:00 pm Pacific/2000 GMT, November 11, 2018

Dr. Sandra Bloom, MD

Dr. Bloom is a board-certified psychiatrist, graduate of Temple University School of Medicine and currently Associate Professor, Health Management and Policy at the Dornsife School of Public Health, Drexel University. From 1980-2001, Dr. Bloom served as Founder and Executive Director of the Sanctuary programs, inpatient psychiatric programs for the treatment of trauma-related emotional disorders. Between 2005 and 2016 over 350 social service, juvenile justice and mental health organizations have been trained in the Sanctuary Model.

Dr. Bloom is a past-president of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies and author or co-author of a series of books on trauma-informed care: Creating Sanctuary: Toward the Evolution of Sane Societies published in 1997 with a second edition in 2013; Destroying Sanctuary: The Crisis in Human Delivery Service Systems published by Oxford University Press in 2010 and Restoring Sanctuary: A New Operating System for Trauma-Informed Systems of Care, published by Oxford University Press in 2013.

She is currently co-chairing a new national organization, the Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy and Practice (CTIPP), whose goal is to advocate for public policies and programs at the federal, state, local and tribal levels that incorporate up-to-date scientific findings regarding the relationship between trauma across the lifespan and many social and health problems.

Mary Watkins, PhD

Dr. Watkins is chair of the MA/PhD Depth Psychology Program, a founding co-chair of its Community Psychology, Liberation Psychology, and Ecopsychology Specialization, and Coordinator of Community and Ecological Fieldwork at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, CA.

She is the author of a forthcoming book, Mutual Accompaniment and the Creation of the Commons (Yale 2019) and Waking Dreams, Invisible Guests: The Development of Imaginal Dialogues and co-author of Toward Psychologies of Liberation, Talking with Young Children About Adoption, Up Against the Wall:  Re-Imagining the U.S.-Mexico Border. In addition, Dr. Watkins co-edited Psychology and the Promotion of Peace (Journal of Social Issues, 44, 2).

Her work focuses at the interfaces between Euro-American depth psychologies and psychologies of liberation from Latin America, Africa, and Asia. As a clinical psychologist she has worked with adults, children and families, and with small and large groups around issues of peace, envisioning the future, diversity, vocation, immigration and social justice. For the last 15 years, Dr. Watkins has been working intensively on forced migration and citizen/non-citizen neighbor relationships.

Darcia Narvaez, PhD (dar-sha narv-eyes)

Dr. Narvaez is Professor of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame. Her current research explores how early life experience influences societal culture and moral character. She is working intensively on the evolved developmental niche for young children (natural birth, extensive on-demand breastfeeding, constant touch, caregiver responsiveness, free play, multiple adult caregivers and extensive positive social support), early life experience effects on moral development in the US and in China, and the integration of indigenous wisdom such as her 2013 paper, “The 99%–Development and socialization within an evolutionary context: Growing up to become ‘A good and useful human being’” and her 2016 conference, Sustainable Wisdom: Integrating Indigenous Knowhow for Global Flourishing.  

She is the author of numerous books including, Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality: Evolution, Culture and Wisdom (winner of the American Psychological Association 2015 William James Book Award and the 2017 Expanded Reason Award; Embodied Morality: Protectionism, Engagement and Imagination; Evolution, Early Experience and Human Development: From Research to Practice and Policy; Ancestral Landscapes in Human Evolution; Young Child Flourishing: Evolution, Family & Society; and Personality, Identity, and Character: Explorations in Moral Psychology.