NECON is a consortium of the field education directors from the accredited New England Graduate Schools of Social Work. We share a mutual interest in addressing the impact of the changing nature of practice on social work education and strengthening the place of field education in social work education.
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This training will provide an orientation to best practices in supervising social work interns who are either providing case management or clinical services to clients who have experienced trauma. We will discuss current theory and research related to the neurobiological impact of traumatic stress and complex trauma in an effort to provide a foundation for discussing how to prepare and enrich student learning.
Kelly Pratt, LICSW, is a staff clinician, consultant, supervisor and faculty trainer at the Trauma Center at JRI as well as an assistant professor at the School of Social Work at Simmons College. Ms. Pratt received her MSW from Boston University and has worked clinically with child and adult survivors of chronic/complex trauma in individual and family therapy for over a decade. She has worked in a variety of settings including hospitals, community mental health agencies and residential programs. Ms. Pratt has provided local and national trainings on the impact across the lifespan. Ms. Pratt has a particular interest in working with children and families involved in the child welfare system and clinical expertise in the areas of complex adaptations to trauma.