Media

Learn more about important events, news, and resources for providers and families through CTRP's media list.

News Report: Local psychiatrist discusses how Dr. Chandra Ghosh Ippen's new coloring book can help children process COVID-19

Reported on April 30, 2020.

Local psychiatrist says a coloring book can help families better understand the coronavirus

Young Children and COVID-19 Series: Dr. Chandra Ghosh Ippen & Host Tena Sloan - Episode 1 ECMHC

Host Tena Sloan speaks with renowned early childhood trauma expert and psychologist Dr. Chandra Ghosh Ippen of UCSF Child Trauma Research Program about supporting young children under the age of 6 and their caregivers through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Young Children and COVID-19 Series: Dr. Chandra Ghosh Ippen & Host Tena Sloan - Episode 1 ECMHC

Added 05/05/20

 


Mental Health in the Age of Social Distancing and Self-Isolating: Dr. Chandra Ghosh Ippen talks with KQED

Watch Chandra as a guest on KQED news on March 26, 2020. 

Mental Health in the Age of Social Distancing and Self-Isolating

Added 05/05/20

 


ACEs Aware: Educational Webinars for Providers

ACEs Aware is an initiative led by the Office of the California Surgeon General and the Department of Health Care Services to give Medi-Cal providers training, clinical protocols, and payment for screening children and adults for Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs). ACEs Aware is hosting a series of activities to promote shared learning and quality improvement among Medi-Cal providers in adopting ACE screenings and providing trauma-informed care. This includes webinars on urgent topics, such as providing services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

View upcoming webinars and previous webinars: https://www.acesaware.org/heal/educational-events/.                                                                                                                                         

Added 03/31/20


From trauma-informed to asset-informed care in early childhood: An article by Ellen Galinsky

In this article, Ellen Galinsky notes the importance of trauma-informed care and proposes that we expand beyond it to develop narratives and solutions that are rooted in families' strengths and assets. She describes Attachment Vitamins- a program developed by Dr. Alicia Lieberman to assist caregivers in helping their family heal from trauma -as an example of an asset-based solution.  Ellen Galinsky is chief science officer at the Bezos Family Foundation and executive director of Mind in the Making

Read here: https://www.brookings.edu/blog/education-plus-development/2019/10/23/from-trauma-informed-to-asset-informed-care-in-early-childhood/                                                                              Learn more about Attachment Vitamins                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

Added 03/31/20