trauma informed training

Trauma-Informed Training

Dr. Logan has more than 30 years experience as a trainer and facilitator. As a trauma specialist, he is prolific at presenting transformative care principles and life skills for paraprofessionals, non-clinical caregivers, and industry leaders desiring to affect change within their culture.

Trauma-
Informed
Training

Available Seminars

Making Space to Live & Work
Trauma-Informed

Receive certified, non-clinical training that provides you with practical, pragmatic skills for elevating your personal and professional life.

Participants will learn how trauma, toxic stress, or a history of adversity impacts the brain and the body, and how behaviors, emotions, and thinking are reflecting the state of the body - not one’s state of mind.

There can be much confusion over what is trauma and how trauma is created. This training provides participants with the science that answers those questions, as well as principles for elevating compassion for others. These principles will further serve to equip care providers on how to approach and support those who struggle to self-regulate.

Discussions and demonstrations will include introduction to skills for self-care care and self-improvement.

Among those who will benefit from this training are: foster and adoptive parents, educators, social workers, counselors, pastors and spiritual leaders, professional & non-professional care/service providers, and support staff.

Making Space for the
Spiritual Side of Parenting

An ancient proverb says, “train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart.” Is this true? Is it true today? How can I instill spiritual values and a spiritual awareness in my child? What does a spiritual home look like and how can I have one? The ancient proverb says, “train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart.” Is this true? Is it true today? How can I instill spiritual values and a spiritual awareness in my child? What does a spiritual home look like and how can I have one?

Sooner or later every parent comes to asks these questions or ones that are similar. Most parents struggle with how to pay forward values and principles that they believe will serve their child well as he/she grows into adulthood. This training explores spiritual principles for parenting dating back more than 4000 years, and have proven — from one generation to the next — to be effective for securing a child’s future.

Among those who will benefit from this training are: biological parents, soon-to-be parents, foster and adoptive parents, grandparents, kinship parents, pastors and spiritual leaders, and child counselors and advocates.Sooner or later every parent comes to asks these questions or ones that are similar. Most parents struggle with how to pay forward values and principles that they believe will serve their child well as he/she grows into adulthood. This training explores spiritual principles for parenting dating back more than 4000 years, and have proven — from one generation to the next — to be effective for securing a child’s future. Among those who will benefit from this training are: biological parents, soon-to-be parents, foster and adoptive parents, grandparents, kinship parents, pastors and spiritual leaders, and child counselors and advocates.

Making Space for a
Spiritually Sound Marriage

How is marriage a spiritual experience? How can harmony exist when two people are so different? How can a couple steer clear of the social dominance game in their relationship? Most couples struggling in a marital relationship have come to believe their primary issue is communication, but research shows this is not the case.

This training explores the reality of what it means for a woman to be a woman and a man to be a man, and how the two can effectively connect and build a meaningful relationship; one that is mutually supportive and collaborative. Couples participating will be exposed to a depth of spiritual principles that are more than 4000 years old, and yet are amazingly relevant for the contemporary couple who hold to spiritual values.

Among those who will benefit from this training are: married couples, engaged couples, first marriages, second-plus marriages, pastors and spiritual leaders, and marriage counselors and advocates.

Making Space for Fostering or Adopting

How should I prepare myself and my household for foster care or adoptive parenting? What should I expect once I have placement of a foster or adoptive child or sibling group? These are the primary questions that this training addresses.

Drawn from years of research and in-the-field experiences, the participant will be introduced to 31 impacting factors that every parent or soon-to-be parent should know before taking placement. Each of these insights have been shown over and over to increase the happiness that can be found in parenting and to decrease the likeliness of a disrupted placement. This information is both empowering and revealing of the essentials that Foster Parent College and PS-MAPPS neglected to bring to the women and men seeking state credentials for fostering and adopting.

Among those who will benefit from this training are: individuals contemplating foster care or adoption, foster families in need of CE (6 hours CE offered), agency workers, caseworkers, child welfare workers, grandparents, guardians, kinship parents, attorneys, social workers, and juvenile court staff.

Hone Your Skills Through Online Coaching

Personal or group online coaching strengthens the implementation process of the principles discussed in the seminar training. Training deals with the big picture and  coaching addresses the specifics of implementation within each participant’s unique situation. Participant share their circumstance and Dr. Logan helps broaden the understanding of how the principles can best serve their particular need.

New Seminars Coming Soon

Making Space for Me

Coming soon.

Making Space for the Stranger

Coming soon.

Schedule Your Own
Trauma-Informed Training Event
or Speaking Engagement
Dr. Roderick Logan
Dr. Roderick Logan
DPTH, CCTS. FFTT CFTP

Scheduling a Training Event or Speaking Engagement

Dr. Logan is accepting invitations for keynote addresses, workshop trainings, and seminar events.

To schedule and learn more information, please contact Dr. Logan by email or by phone: 602.492.3836.

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