Course Agenda:

9:30-10:00- Optional: Breakfast

10:00-10:10- Presenter and Attendee introductions for the day
10:10-10:20- Present Disclaimer and Presentation Framework/Pretest
10:20-10:30- Define Trauma
10:30-10:45- Influences of Attachment in Healing from Trauma
10:45-11:00- Influences of Vulnerability
11:00-11:30- The Stages of Trauma and Recovery (STAR) Model
11:40-12:00- Trauma-Responsive Techniques

12:00-1:00- Lunch
1:00-2:00- Interactive Practice of Trauma- Responsive Techniques






     




A Trauma-Responsive Approach to Delivery of Services

The Stages of Trauma & Recovery

(STAR) Model: 6.0 Workshop


 Live, In-Person

Course Description:

The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model Workshop is an innovative public mental health model which empowers and teaches individuals to claim ownership of their mental well-being and healing process throughout the lifespan.

STAR and its trauma-responsive techniques are intended to become as relevant as The Stages of Grief and bridges a continuum of care to the ACEs. STAR provides a universal framework and language that can be used across systems including educational, community organizations, substance abuse, mental and medical health systems and corporation's HR/EAP departments.

STAR is an evidence-based model based on a comprehensive body of research and clinical experience. STAR identifies and explains the effects of trauma and teaches accessible, affordable and sustainable evidence-based trauma-responsive techniques intended to be integrated into daily living activities in the same way as healthy nutrition and exercise. This practice provides early prevention and interruption of the consequences of trauma (substance abuse, obesity, suicidality and other mental and medical health conditions). The trauma-responsive techniques invite participants to experience mental health interventions in non-traditional, holistic ways and at their discretion. The trauma-responsive techniques can easily be personalized and encourage participants to incorporate their own cultural rituals and traditions.

The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model: 3.0 Workshop


Course Agenda:


​9:00-9:15- Presenter and Attendee introductions for the day
9:15-9:30- Present Disclaimer and Presentation Framework/Prestest
9:30-9:50- Define Trauma
9:50-10:10: Influences of Attachment in Healing from Trauma
10:10-10:30- Influences of Vulnerability
10:30-10:40 Break
10:40-12:20- The Stages of Trauma and Recovery (STAR) Model
12:20-1:20- Lunch break
1:20-2:20 Trauma Responsive Techniques
2:20-2:40- Interactive Practice of Trauma- Responsive Techniques
2:40-2:50- break
2:50-4:00- Continued Interactive Practice of Trauma Responsive Techniques
4:00-4:20- Wrap up questions and feedback



Responsive Recovery:


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  • Maintains participant course and performance information securely and confidentially.
  • Restricts access to online courses, webinars, and related materials for which certificates of credit are provided and grant access only to authenticated and authorized users.
  • Handles credit card information securely in a manner consistent with the most current defined PCI security standards.
  • Will not share data with third parties must inform participants and allow them to opt out.
  • Maintains that any data breach will be managed by electronic spyware and all parties will be informed of any breach upon system notice.  ​


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 Responsive Recovery Grievance Policy for                     Continuing Education Programs:
Grievances regarding workshops or conference sessions, content, speakers, facilities, non-receipt of certificates and other miscellaneous occurrences may be submitted to the Social Work Planner, Kate Travers, ktraverslcsw@gmail.com. All concerns will be responded to within 7-10 business days with the goal of mitigation of the issues. If a registered participant is unable to attend a meeting after registration, refund requests are processed on a case by case basis. If an attendee has a complaint or grievance it must be submitted in writing, via email by the participant to the social work planner. The grievance will be reviewed by the social work planner and advisory committee (for a list of advisors, see consultants on the "Who We Are" page of the Responsive Recovery website) based on the geographic distribution, experience, professional specialty, etc. All grievances will be responded to in writing. 
This policy is available to any CE participant by request. All grievances will be documented and a record will be kept of the grievance and response and this record will be shared with ASWB ACE when requested. Grievances will be used to improve future courses. 


​The Stages of Trauma and Recovery (STAR) Model: 6.0 Workshop, Course #4515, is approvedby the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE)program to be offered by Responsive Recovery LLC. as an individual course. Regulatory boardsare the final authority on courses accepted for continuing education credit. ACE courseapproval period: 12/13/2022 - 12/13/2024. Social workers completing this course receive 6General continuing education credits.


Our organization has applied for consideration of CE credits to ASWB ACE for this course.

The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model: 6.0 Workshop



The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model: 3.0 Workshop
 Live, In-Person


​Course Description:

The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) model is an innovative public mental health model which empowers and teaches individuals to claim ownership of their mental well-being and healing process throughout the lifespan.

STAR and its trauma-responsive techniques are intended to become as relevant as The Stages of Grief and bridges a continuum of care to the ACEs. STAR provides a universal framework and language that can be used across systems including educational, community organizations, substance abuse, mental and medical health systems and corporation's HR/EAP departments.


STAR is an evidence-based model based on a comprehensive body of research and clinical experience. STAR identifies and explains the effects of trauma and teaches accessible, affordable and sustainable evidence-based trauma-responsive techniques intended to be integrated into daily living activities in the same way as healthy nutrition and exercise. This practice provides early prevention and interruption of the consequences of trauma (substance abuse, obesity, suicidality and other mental and medical health conditions). The trauma-responsive techniques invite participants to experience mental health interventions in non-traditional, holistic ways and at their discretion. The trauma-responsive techniques can easily be personalized and encourage participants to incorporate their own cultural rituals and traditions.





 Responsive Recovery Grievance Policy for Continuing Education Programs:
Grievances regarding workshops or conference sessions, content, speakers, facilities, non-receipt of certificates and other miscellaneous occurrences may be submitted to the Social Work Planner, Kate Travers, ktraverslcsw@gmail.com. All concerns will be responded to within 7-10 business days with the goal of mitigation of the issues. If a registered participant is unable to attend a meeting after registration, refund requests are processed on a case by case basis. If an attendee has a complaint or grievance it must be submitted in writing, via email by the participant to the social work planner. The grievance will be reviewed by the social work planner and advisory committee (for a list of advisors, see consultants on the "Who We Are" page of the Responsive Recovery website) based on the geographic distribution, experience, professional specialty, etc. All grievances will be responded to in writing. 
This policy is available to any CE participant by request. All grievances will be documented and a record will be kept of the grievance and response and this record will be shared with ASWB ACE when requested. Grievances will be used to improve future courses. 


The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model: 3.0 Workshop, Course #4549, is approved by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program to be offered by Responsive Recovery LLC. as an individual course. Regulatory boards are the final authority on courses accepted for continuing education credit. ACE course approval period: 11/28/2022 - 11/28/2024. Social workers completing this course receive 3 General continuing education credits.

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The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model: 3.0 Workshop

 Live, In-Person


Fusion Academy Tysons

Date: Friday, December 2, 2022 9:30am-2pm

      Location 1934 Old Gallows Rd/Ste 200

Vienna, VA 22182

Fusion Academy participants by Invitation only at no cost.

Please register by Dec 1, 2022 at 5pm with:

Olga Marble

Director of Outreach

301 275-0342






                              Presenters:

Lizette Ubides, LCSW-Cwas born and raised in the Bronx, NY and is a Graduate from New York
University the Ehrenkranz School of Social Work. She has provided mental health services and treatment to mixed aged and at-risk individuals within various clinical settings for 20+ years. Ms. Ubides has led several startup programs and collaborative projects: The Bronx Truancy Prevention Program and The Community of Hope Collaborative, Baltimore City. She has held several administrative positions within the Westchester County Child Advocacy Center, Sheppard Pratt, and Building Families for Children. Ms. Ubides presently works for Johns Hopkins, JHHCG. She is a Field Instructor for The University of Maryland and Hood College. Ms. Ubides is a certified SAMSHA, Train the Trainer in Trauma-Informed Care and a Graduate Adjunct Professor for School of Criminal Justice at the University of Baltimore. Ms. Ubides is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Responsive Recovery and the co-author of the innovative public mental health model: The Stages of Trauma and Recovery (STAR) Model. (©2019, Ubides/Oliver).​

Kate Travers, LCSW-C:  a graduate of University of Maryland has 20+ years of experience working with
trauma survivors in systems ranging from international adoptions to the prison system to treatment foster care. Ms. Travers was a regular contributor to Fostering Families magazine and had several chapters published in The Kinship Care Toolbox and maintains a parenting blog. Ms. Travers’s primary focus of treatment is to enable clients to heal their attachment and trauma wounds. She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP). Ms. Travers is a Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) Practitioner and Educator. She has worked with trauma survivors in all stages of life. Ms. Travers is the Chief Innovations Officer at Responsive Recovery
and the co-author of the innovative public mental health model: The Stages of Trauma & Recovery
(STAR) Model. (©2019,Ubides/Oliver).

​​​​​​​​Live In-Person Workshop

The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model Workshop: 3.0 workshop is a live in-person workshop for beginner or intermediate mental health professionals. All participants must be present for the start of the workshop and stay the entire day to earn 3 general CE credits. The required workshop attendance is 4 hours long including the lunch break and earns 3 general CE. Certificates of Completion will be distributed at the end of the day upon completion of the course evaluation at the end of the workshop.


Course Objectives:

  • Name the 6 stages of trauma.
  • Name  6 trauma-responsive techniques supporting recovery.
  • Summarize and explain the STAR Model.
  • ​Identify 3 trauma-responsive techniques that you can integrate into your mental health practice.

Requests for Accessibility accommodations: Requests for accommodations may be made in writing 5 days prior to start of the training via email to: Lizette.ubides@gmail.com. Every effort will be made to support requests. Confirmation of requested accommodations will be confirmed within 5 days of registration.

Cost and Refund Policy: All costs will be reflected in prom0tional material and the website for each individual date.  For questions email lizette.ubides@gmail.com.  Cancellations made 10 or more days in advance will receive a full refund. Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to the event will not be refunded. Appeals may be made in writing.


Presenters:

Lizette Ubides, LCSW-C: was born and raised in the Bronx, NY and is a Graduate from New York
University the Ehrenkranz School of Social Work. She has provided mental health services and treatment to mixed aged and at-risk individuals within various clinical settings for 20+ years. Ms. Ubides has led several startup programs and collaborative projects: The Bronx Truancy Prevention Program and The Community of Hope Collaborative, Baltimore City. She has held several administrative positions within the Westchester County Child Advocacy Center, Sheppard Pratt, and Building Families for Children. Ms. Ubides presently works for Johns Hopkins, JHHCG. She is a Field Instructor for The University of Maryland and Hood College. Ms. Ubides is a certified SAMSHA, Train the Trainer in Trauma-Informed Care and a Graduate Adjunct Professor for School of Criminal Justice at the University of Baltimore. Ms. Ubides is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Responsive Recovery and the co-author of the innovative public mental health model: The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model. (©2019, Ubides/Travers).​


Kate Travers, LCSW-C:  a graduate of University of Maryland has 20+ years of experience working with
trauma survivors in systems ranging from international adoptions to the prison system to treatment foster care. Ms. Travers was a regular contributor to Fostering Families magazine and had several chapters published in The Kinship Care Toolbox and maintains a parenting blog. Ms. Travers’s primary focus of treatment is to enable clients to heal their attachment and trauma wounds. She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP). Ms. Travers is a Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) Practitioner and Educator. She has worked with trauma survivors in all stages of life. Ms. Travers is the Chief Innovations Officer at Responsive Recovery
and the co-author of the innovative public mental health model: The Stages of Trauma and Recovery
(STAR) Model. (©2019,

Responsive Recovery


The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model: 6.0 Workshop

 Live, In-Person

Registration Online:   www.responsiverecovery.com

Location: C. Burr Artz Public Library, 110 E. Patrick St, Frederick, MD 21701

Date: TBD

​Cost: $179.99


​​Responsive Recovery:

  • Restricts access to a participant’s account and related information and grants access only to authorized individuals.
  • Maintains participant course and performance information securely and confidentially.
  • Restricts access to online courses, webinars, and related materials for which certificates of credit are provided and grant access only to authenticated and authorized users.
  • Handles credit card information securely in a manner consistent with the most current defined PCI security standards.
  • Will not share data with third parties must inform participants and allow them to opt out.
  • Maintains that any data breach will be managed by electronic spyware and all parties will be informed of any breach upon system notice.  

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Course Objectives:

  • Name the 6 stages of trauma and recovery.
  • Name  6 trauma-responsive techniques supporting recovery.
  • ​Identify 3 trauma-responsive techniques I can integrate into daily living activities.
  • Participants will be able to summarize the significance of addressing trauma from a neuro-psychosocial perspective.

                 Live, In-Person Workshop

The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model: 6.0 Workshop is a live, in-person workshop. All participants must be present from the start of the workshop and stay the entire day to earn 6 CEs. The workshop is 7 hours 20 minutes  long including breaks and lunch and earns 6 general continuing education credits. Certificates of Completion will be distributed at the end of the day upon completion of the course evaluation at the end of the workshop. Evaluations must be completed before leaving the workshop. 


Requests for Accessibility accommodations: 

Requests for accommodations may be made in writing 5 days prior to start of the training via email to: Lizette.ubides@gmail.com. Every effort will be made to support requests. Confirmation of requested accommodations will be confirmed within 5 days of registration.

For more information: including grievance policy, please continue reading:

Cost and Refund Policy: All costs will be reflected in promotional material and the website for each individual workshop.  For questions email: lizette.ubides@gmail.com.  


Cancellations made 10 or more days in advance will receive a full refund. Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to the event will not be refunded. Appeals may be made in writing via email to:

lizette.ubides@gmail.com