CWLA Dr. Mike Schultz Presents Crisis Assessment and Intervention When Trauma Strikes:A Five-Step Approach to Foster Hope, Collaboration, and Change

Crisis Assessment and Intervention When Trauma Strikes:A Five-Step Approach to Foster Hope, Collaboration, and Change

Tuesday, October 4, 11, 18 and 25, 2022

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Eastern Time

The soaring pressure and lofty expectations confronting educational and human services professionals are having an impact on all levels of the workforce. As such, it is increasingly apparent that the COVID-19 pandemic, racial unrest, political strife, and economic disparities leave many well-meaning professionals feeling overwhelmed, under-supervised, and highly susceptible to symptoms of primary and secondary traumatic stress. Facilitated conversations using a five-step approach is one way to foster the hope, collaboration, and change needed to assess and intervene when trauma and tragedy strike. These facilitated conversations seek to cultivate environments of safety and trust, significant supervisory support, increased tolerance for ambiguity and stress, and a well-formulated team orientation. This skills-based training is appropriate for clinicians, educators, healthcare professionals, and graduate students representing various disciplines. Please note: Due to the nature of this training, sessions will not be recorded so live participation is needed from registrants.The training will be facilitated by Michael J. Schultz, Ed.D., a licensed psychologist, family therapist, systems consultant, and CWLA Senior Fellow. Training registration includes his recently published book in collaboration with CWLA titled, Systems Consultation When Trauma Strikes: Stories of Hope, Collaboration, and Change.

For full details and online registration, please visit

Crisis Assessment and Intervention When Trauma Strikes Training.

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