Trauma Certification Course
August 6th, 2020 - September 10th, 2020
6 Sessions from 1:30 - 3:00 PM EST
Course Payment Information:
Course Fee: $300 USD per person
20% discount for ESD Global Level 1 Alumni and ESD Global Community Members.
15% Discount for NWMAF, AWMAI and PAWMA members.
(Discounts cannot be combined)
Partial scholarship is available through application and qualification.
Interest - free payment plans are available.
This Course is open to anyone in the ESD Global community who is interested in gaining knowledge and skills about trauma and how it relates specifically to teaching Empowerment Self Defense. This 6-part web-based training series teaches participants how trauma and the principles of trauma informed care affect our classes and have the opportunity to assess their own classes through a trauma informed lens. They will gain the ability to apply this learning to their own ESD Instructor skill base.
The goal is to have this online training be as participatory as possible. There will be homework each week (approximately 1 to 2 hours). Upon completion, participants will receive an ESD Global Trauma Training certificates. CEUS are pending for social work, marriage and family and counseling.
Julie Harmon, PhD is Executive Director of IMPACT Safety, a Columbus-based empowerment personal safety and violence prevention organization with affiliates across the United States and internationally. For the past 30 years, she has been involved all aspects of anti-violence programming; from organizational and agency safety policy development, the development of skill-based personal safety curriculum for youth and adults and empowerment programs for seniors, those who are homeless, survivors and community organizations. She has trained staff and communities in prevention approaches to addressing interpersonal, emotional, physical, organizational and systemic safety, across the United States, Mexico, Israel and for ESD Global. As a consultant, she has helped individuals and organizations address practices and policies that increase emotional and physical safety...Cont.
Julie Harmon, PhD
Carly Mesnick is the CEO of Mesnick Counseling and Consultation LLC, where she specializes in counseling, education, training, and consultation on trauma informed care in organizations, businesses, healthcare, and community settings. Carly is also the program manager of Mount Carmel Health System's Crime and Trauma Assistance Program (CTAP) in Columbus, Ohio. As a part of Mount Carmel's Community Health and Wellbeing department, the program provides evidenced based individual and group trauma counseling, clinical case management, therapeutic advocacy to victims, survivors, and co-survivors of crime and trauma at no cost to those served. Carly is a licensed clinical professional counselor with her supervision designation and has been working as a clinician and director of programs managing the treatment of trauma and related disorders for 15 years. Carly is an advisory board member and steering committee member of the Central Ohio Reach and Restore Human Trafficking Coalition, Community Collaborative on Sexual Violence, The Columbus CARE Coalition, and most recently has been published in the Catholic Bioethics and Social Justice publication on Catholic bioethics and invisible problems: human trafficking, clinical care, and social strategy. On a personal note, Carly often enjoys playing pickleball, kayaking, and creative expressive arts through art and music.