From Trauma Recovery to Trauma Resilience: a 'blue/pinkprint' for trauma with sexual/gender minorities
Presented by: Daniel Pugh (he/him). BSW Hons., MSW, RSW, CCTP-1 (in progress), CGCS (in progress). Registered Social Worker, Psychotherapist - private practice; Mental Health Clincian - Casey House hospital.
Date & Time: Tuesday, December 8, 2020 | 1:00 to 2:15 PM EASTERN STANDARD TIME
Description: The purpose of this webinar is to share insights and experiences about a unique, (psychoeducational) trauma recovery skills group for sexual/gender minorities, as well, develop a ‘community of practice’ that attends to trauma while recognizing the distinct and unique relationship that sex and gender play in our trauma processes and responses.
- To explore the impact that gendered messages have on sexual/gender minorities to process and recover from trauma/PTSD;
- To engage participants in a review of the T.R.E.E program as an adapted model of trauma-informed/specific programming;
- To build new communities of practice that connects sex & gender into trauma-informed practice.
Daniel Pugh (BSW Hons., MSW, RSW, CCTP-1 (in progress), CGCS (in progress)) is a mental health clinician at Casey House and his own private practice, Daniel Pugh Psychotherapy and Social Work Consulting. Daniel worked as a clinical social worker and mental health counsellor on the LGBT Team at the Sherbourne Health Centre in Toronto, ON. Daniel is also student director on the Board of Directors for the Ontario Association of Social Workers. Prior to shifting into clinical social work, Daniel spent ten years working in gay men’s health and HIV, most recently with Ontario’s Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance as the Manager of Health Promotion.