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Youth Mental Health & Resilience

Youth Mental Health & Resilience

Riverside Trauma Center provides training sessions for mental health professionals and paraprofessionals, schools, organizations, workplaces, first responders and others. Continuing education hours are available for Psychologists, Social Workers, LMHCs, LMFTs, and Nurses for many Riverside Trauma Center sponsored trainings. We can design a customized training to provide the information that is most applicable to your organization.

Call us at 781-433-0672, ext. 5738 for more information and to schedule a training for your organization. Click here to customize your training program with us to meet your requirements:


Implications of Islamophobia: Its Impact Beyond the Muslim Community and Key Components of Allyship

Description: This presentation examines the impact of Islamophobia within the Muslim community, especially in the identity development of Muslim youth. It discusses the far-reaching influence of Islamophobia on other marginalized and minority communities. It explores ways in which the narratives around American-Muslims are changing. Attendees learn key components of Allyship, and they explore ways in which they can become allies to these disenfranchised groups in both clinical and non-clinical settings.

Audience: Schools, community agencies, workplaces, mental health professionals, and other organizations.


Fostering Resilience

Description: While we know that traumatic stress can severely impact people‚Äôs lives, we also know that the most common outcome after any potentially traumatic event is that people maintain fairly steady levels of functioning and, in some cases, experience post-traumatic growth. Resilience is the norm and the characteristics and skills that allow people to be resilient can be developed, bolstered, and applied before, during, and after highly stressful events. This 2-3 hour training provides the groundwork for understanding what can go wrong with traumatic stress, but also what can be done to help things go right. The training provides a framework for understanding the concept of resilience. Several models of resilience are presented. Activities and a discussion guide encourage participants to think about ways they can foster their own resilience and that of people with whom they work.

Audience: Schools, community agencies, workplaces, and many other organizations


Training Rates

Two-Hour Training: Within MA: $810

Half-Day Training: Within MA $1,820 / Outside of MA: $3,570

Full-Day Training: Within MA $4,440 / Outside of MA $5,100


Riverside Trauma Center provides training sessions for mental health professionals and paraprofessionals, schools, organizations, workplaces, first responders and others. Continuing education hours are available for Psychologists, Social Workers, LMHCs, LMFTs, and Nurses for many Riverside Trauma Center sponsored trainings. We can design a customized training to provide the information that is most applicable to your organization.

To discuss any questions you may have, call us at 781-433-0672, ext. 5738.