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The First Nations Telehealth Network is proud to partner with Little Warriors. Little Warriors is a national, charitable organization based in Canada committed to the awareness, prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse. Through this new partnership, we are proud to present a new Telehealth Learning Series titled, Trauma Information. This will be a 6 part series focused at providing participants with information about trauma, attachment, abuse and healing. Each session will be hosted by the First Nations Telehealth Network and presented by the workers at Little Warriors. These sessions are open to all users wanting to expand their knowledge of trauma. Listed below are the upcoming sessions and their scheduled dates.


The First Nations Telehealth Network invites you to join the first of six sessions in the Trauma Information series. Participants in this session will learn about the Be Brave Ranch. This multi-modal intensive, treatment facility offering children year long treatment for childhood sexual abuse and assistance and support for their parents. The vision of Be Brave Rach is provide a safe and secure place of treatment and healing, aimed at the mind, body, heart and spirit of child victims and their families.

The following handouts are available for this session: Be Brave Overview , Trauma Information Series Overview

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The Prevent it! Workshop is brought to you by Little Warriors, a national charitable organization based in Canada committed to the awareness, prevention, and treatment of child sexual abuse. The evidence based education workshop was developed by researchers at the University of Alberta and research shows it significantly improves attitudes, knowledge and behaviour. This workshop is unique in Canada and was developed using research-informed methods and evaluated with scientific rigour.

The Prevent It! Workshop offers hope in the fight to stop child sexual abuse. This hope comes from the knowledge that adults who take it can become more supportive of children and begin using more behaviours that are believed to reduce children’s vulnerability to sexual abuse.
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The following handouts are available for this session: Prevent It! Workshop , Prevent It! Sign Up Sheet, Prevent It! Slideshow, Trauma Information Series Overview

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Join us for the third session in the Trauma Information Series. This session This session will focus on the different types of trauma for and individual, family, as well as larger community and the impacts across the spectrum of what is defined as “trauma”.  Inter-related issues of addictions, family dysfunction, and mental health will be briefly presented. We will discuss evidence-based treatment interventions relating to brain science and briefly review the key principles of trauma-informed care.

The following handouts are available for this session: Trauma 101 , Little Warriors - Trauma 101 , Trauma Information Series Overview

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The session will take the audience from a definition of art therapy, through principles of Trauma Informed Art Therapy, and then examples of some of the art 
therapy directive used at the Be Brave Ranch, including the different ways they help the children visualize their trauma, and explore creative solutions to some of the obstacles they encounter in dealing with their trauma.

The following handouts are available for this session: Art and Expressive Therapy for Trauma Treatment, Art and Expressive Therapy Powerpoint

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In this session, participants will be given an introduction to Attachment Theory, and will learn about Attachment Trauma, Attachment Disorders, and the continuum of Attachment. Additionally, participants will learn about the importance of healthy/secure Attachment and ways to foster secure Attachment

The following handouts are available for this session: Trauma and Attachment, Trauma and Attachment Powerpoint , Trauma Information Series Overview

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Trauma changes the brain and the body in substantial ways. This session will take a deeper look into clinical problems such as PTSD, anxiety and mood disorders, and developmental trauma. How our understanding of trauma informs parenting practices will be explored briefly, as well as the effect of trauma on the family system.

The following handouts are available for this session: How the Brain Responds to Trauma, Impact on the Individual and Family System, Trauma Information Series Overview

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