Lynne Cripe Trauma Conf 2016

UPDATE: Las Cumbres' Trauma-Informed Conference, An Offering of Hands, is pleased to announce its Keynote Speaker Lynne Cripe, Ph.D., who will speak to attendees about courage and the role it plays for providers in establishing resilience and how important for those in the community providing trauma-informed care to be recognized and acknowledged. Her keynote speech is entitled "Courage: The Heart of Resilience"Lynne is a social psychologist with nearly 20 years' experience in international relief and development. She has particular expertise working with organizations and individuals to foster resilience in the face of challenges and crises. Additional presenters will bring topics to the conference including what professionals need to know about secondary trauma; somatic approaches to self compassion; and leadership practices that include intentionality and building connection.

Las Cumbres is hosting An Offering of Hands: Resilient Communities for Resilient Families, a trauma-informed conference on Friday, March 4th, 2016. The conference emphasis is resiliency through staff care, self care, team building, networking and communication for community providers in Northern New Mexico.

The conference will be held at Northern New Mexico College in Española with registration beginning at 8:30am and the day closing at 4:30pm. Advance mail registration will open shortly with a registration fee of $50.00. Select CEUs will be provided. Email the agency's Director of Development and Communications for more information on the availability of CEUs here.

UNICEF defines resilience as "the ability of children, communities and systems to anticipate, prevent, withstand, adapt to and recover from stresses and shocks advancing the rights of every child, especially the most disadvantaged."

Through the agency's ongoing work to provide wrap around services to children and families facing adversity and risk for secure emotional stability and well-being, we recognize the impact that this work has on providers. Other conference presenters will include Joe Ansera Jr., Beverly Billie, Raven E. Cuellar, Rebecca Ezecukwu, Cynthia Koons, and Patty Shure. Lunch will be available as well as afternoon activities for reflection and play.

For more information or to receive notification when additional information becomes available, please contact Robyn Covelli-Hunt by clicking here.

Española

Administrative Office

Please note that if you are seeking information on Child and Family services in Española, please refer calls or fax referrals to Española Early Childhood Services Center numbers below- 
For referrals or information on programs in Santa Fe, see Santa Fe listing below.
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102 N. Coronado
Espanola, NM 87532
phone 505.629.1813
fax 505.747.0421

Española Early Childhood Center

404 Hunter Street
Española, NM 87532
phone: 505.753.4123
fax: 505.753.6947

For referrals, ask to speak to Rebecca Quintana at ext 129

Adult Services

104 N. Coronado
Española, NM 87532
phone: 505.747.4715
fax: 505.747.4524

TTY/TDD/Audio Relay 711 National Voice Relay available:
Dial 711 to be automatically connected to a Telecommunications Relay Service operator who can initiate a call from any telephone, anywhere in the United States.

Santa Fe

Santa Fe Early Childhood Center(including Family Infant Toddler/Early Intervention)

1911 Fifth St., Suite 100
Santa Fe, NM 87505
phone: 505.955.0410
fax: 505.955.8577

Los Alamos
(Adult Home)

2056 Peach Street
Los Alamos, NM 87544
phone: 505.662.4703 [Women’s Apartment]
phone: 505.662.7653 [Men’s Apartment]

Chama Office

493 Terrace Ave., Suite 1
Chama, NM 87520
phone: 575.795.4681 or 575.209.0347

Taos Office

1332 Gusdorf Rd., #A
Taos, NM 87571
phone 575.224.3197
fax: 575.224.3198

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