- Understand how trauma may impact disclosure and cooperation with the justice system.
- Learn ways to create/change or update environments to become trauma safe.
- Create strategies and tools to enhance relationships with victims and families
About the Presenter
Tomiko Mackey is a licensed clinical social worker who has provided services to children, adolescents, and adults for more than 20. Tomiko worked at Family Crisis Services, a children’s advocacy and rape crisis center, in Oxford, Mississippi for 22 years as a therapist, forensic interviewer and clinical director, supervising the forensic interview, family advocate and the mental health programs. Tomiko has trained countless professionals in the art of forensic interviewing using the ChildFirst Forensic Interview Protocol. Through the National Children’s Alliance and Baylor University, Tomiko trains mental health providers throughout the nation in the use of evidence-based assessments.
Tomiko Mackey earned her Master of Social Work degree, with a concentration in children, youth and families, from California State University, Long Beach. She is an EMDR trained and certified TF-CBT clinician. Tomiko has a private therapy practice in California and Mississippi.
Registration is Free!
Registered attendees will receive a Zoom link 1 week and 1 day before this training event starts.
We are excited to start the new year with this training. The Alliance believes trauma-informed, anti-racist, and culturally responsive services are essential to helping children heal. We continue to offer virtually the highest quality training, with nationally renowned speakers.
Continuing Education Credits
POST and Social Work credits will be available for all eligible participants providing services in Minnesota, US.
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