Physicians’ Network Virtual Event
Physicians’ Network Events are held twice a year, in April and October and are organized by the Health and Development Committee, which is facilitated by the Collaboration’s Child Development and Health Partnership Coordinator. These events are spaces for health professionals, and the broader early childhood care and education community to learn about, and explore, key issues in children’s healthy development. To see past Physicians’ Network Events, visit our Health Professionals Resources page or our Physicians’ Network Event virtual archive.
Recognizing and Addressing Trauma and Related Mental Health Disorders in Young Children
Tuesday, October 25, 2022, 7:15 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
In this free workshop for pediatricians, family physicians, social workers, advanced practice nurses, and others who care for the health and well-being of children, increase your knowledge around trauma and related mental health disorders in young children. In this workshop, you will:
- Increase knowledge of trauma, self-control and the developing brain in young children.
- Identify traumatic stress reactions from a developmental perspective.
- Apply skills to screen and assess trauma and related mental health disorders.
- Discuss interventions for trauma and related pediatric mental health disorders.
This workshop will be hosted by professionals at Illinois Doc Assist, a free pediatric and perinatal psychiatric access program that is funded by the State of Illinois Healthcare and Family Services (HFS). It’s mission is to help primary care clinicians screen, diagnose, and treat the mental health and substance use problems of children, adolescents, and perinatal women through consultation, training and referral assistance.
Diane Misch, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at The University of Illinois at Chicago, Institute for Juvenile Research, Director of Illinois DocAssist
Rhapsody Mason, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker with Illinois Doc Assist
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