Being and Becoming a Trauma Informed Nonprofit

  • Tuesday, April 05, 2022
  • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Online via Zoom
  • 23


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Trauma Informed Teaching Strategies | Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

*if you missed the event and would want to purchase the recording, it will be available in our Online Store by 4/15/22

Workshop Description -
Nonprofits who acknowledge and effectively intervene to address stress and trauma have better mission outcomes. This occurs through building a resilient workforce that is better able to manage crisis in not only their own our lives, but serve clients, organization, and community more effectively. But what does it mean to be trauma-informed, and how can nonprofits build such an environment for their own teams?

In this workshop, participants will learn what it means to be trauma-informed, as well as some of the basic principles and components of a trauma-informed workplace and building trauma informed programs. These principles are applicable to any size or type of nonprofit, and create a strengths-based framework grounded in the understanding of and response to the impact of trauma to approach relationships.

During this session we will seek to define trauma, recognize it’s prevalence and how it shows up in our organizations, and ways to respond to it knowledgeably.

Designed for -
Leadership, Development Staff, Volunteer Coordinators

*This event will be recorded and shared with paid registrations.


Cost/s: Nonprofit Network Members ~ $25
Guests of members ~ $15

Future Members ~ $45.00 
Guests of same organization or board ~ $30


Facilitated by:

Katena Cain, PhD
Nonprofit Management Consultant

Katena loves to engage her audience. She has facilitated hundreds of workshops and easily connects with each participant.  She uses cognitive questions to help people customize information and then connect that information to their specific circumstances. People appreciate how approachable and relatable Katena is and how she creates comfortable spaces for honest conversation and impactful discussions. Read more about Katena HERE

Regina Pinney
Executive Director

Regina empowers people with knowledge and information, creating opportunities to build people’s strength and self-sufficiency. She rarely removes her coaching hat and loves to see people shift their perspectives. She connects every “what” with a “why” to ensure that you not only have a recipe for success but also understand how to use every ingredient for success in multiple ways. People enjoy that she is straightforward and provides impactful examples that allow people to apply the knowledge.
Read more about Regina

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