Presented by Sarah Buffie, CEO, Soul Bird Consulting
The Trauma Informed Biographical Timeline (TIBT) is a trauma informed assessment that helps to put a person’s current situation in context with their life experiences. It is a way to help see the whole person, not just the case files. This 37 minute webinar and subsequent follow-up introduce you to the TIBT concepts and provide a brief preview of what to expect during Sarah’s full-day training.
Sarah Buffie’s Trauma Informed Biographical Timeline (TIBT) training preview webinars. | Click on image to view video of session.
Sarah Buffie’s webinars and trainings were a part of the CIP’s Healthy Kids Learning Community initiative, a dissemination endeavor designed to create an accessible, continuing resource for clinicians and caregivers dealing with the surmounting crises and dimensions that has occurred during the Ohio opiate epidemic over the past half decade.
In keeping with this mission, the Center for Innovative Practices, in collaboration with WraparoundOhio.org and the Healthy Kids Learning Community initiative, partnered with some of Ohio’s foremost experts in their respective fields to lend their perspectives via their areas of expertise in a community share for the Buckeye State’s youth, families, clinicians, and various stakeholders dealing with the challenges and recovery of those youth and families.
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Adverse Childhood Experiences – Click on image to visit websites..
Social Emotional Development – Click on image to view PDF.
PACEs Connection and Red Flags National Framework and Tool Kit – Click on image to visit website.
About Sarah Buffie
Sarah Buffie MSW, LSW, founding director of Soul Bird Consulting believes that nothing has the power to heal like supportive relationships. Specializing in trauma responsive care, she helps organizations and individuals disrupt current models of thinking by building empathy and understanding around the effects of trauma. Sarah has worked in community organizing- specifically, Asset Based Community Development, for over a decade and has a deep passion for her work. Her focus is to spread awareness about how trauma affects the brain and body, and teach effective approaches for developing resilience within the people organizations strive to serve, and the people closest to the work, caregivers and direct providers. Sarah received her Masters in Social Work from Northern Kentucky University with a focus in trauma, positive psychology, and mindfulness. With years working closely in her Cincinnati community through her Americorps service as well as abroad with her Peace Corps service in Namibia, Africa, Sarah brings a unique community building lens to the work.
Sarah received her Masters in Social Work from Northern Kentucky University with a focus in trauma, positive psychology, and mindfulness. With years working closely in her Cincinnati community through her Americorps service as well as abroad with her Peace Corps service in Namibia, Africa, Sarah brings a unique community building lens to the work.
Healing traditionally implies fixing something that is broken, but our philosophy explores healing as an ongoing process of growth and support. Our brains and bodies have an innate capacity to heal themselves and that is amplified when we are in safe relationships with others.
– Hands on approaches to educate, empower and energize.
– Honor and value the work of direct care providers for clients and communities.
– Conduct asset mapping and trauma mapping for clients.
– Working Towards Equity: Consensus Building Workshops
– Affinity group facilitation
– Understanding Personal Bias Training
– Support leadership in developing organizational practices that improve staff retention and decrease burnout.
– Make knowledge accessible and get to the heart of ‘what’s next’ for clients.
– Share easily adaptable self-care practices.
– Breaking Down Organizational Bias
– Identifying Blind Spots for Consumer/Client Relationships
– Leadership Training- Building Authentic Inclusive Workspaces
Let’s work together to challenge the notion of ‘impossible’. Nothing has the power to heal like supportive relationships. We help organizations and individuals disrupt current models of thinking by building empathy and understanding around the effects of trauma and systems of oppression.
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