Trauma Informed Practices to benefit businesses serving high crisis employees

November 25, 2020

Posted In: Elevate Magazine

Stable families are key to creating healthier communities. One way we can do that is through creating systems that help people succeed and maintain employment. The obstacles and challenges people face each day don’t go away the moment they clock in. It is important for businesses to acknowledge the innate dignity and worth of every person and build relationship to create opportunities for professional and personal growth.

To help businesses learn how to best serve high crises employees, Elevate Rapid City has partnered with Children’s Home Society, Career Learning Center of the Black Hills and Palecek Therapy and Consulting to offer free virtual trainings on Trauma Informed Practices. As business leaders work to develop this level of support, our community can better achieve the mission of elevating the Rapid City region for all.

December 2
Effective Practices for Working with High Crisis Employees
Presenters: Tracy Palecek, NCC, LPC, QMHP; Tifanie Petro, Advocacy and Prevention Program Director, Children's Home Society

December 9
Designing Interventions around the Science of Behavior
Presenters: Tracy Palecek, NCC, LPC, QMHP; Tifanie Petro, Advocacy and Prevention Program Director, Children's Home Society

December 16
Resource Navigation and other Tips for Retention and….
Tracy Palecek, NCC, LPC, QMHP; Tifanie Petro, Advocacy and Prevention Program Director and Lori Larson, Program Coordinator/Mentor, Career Learning Center of the Black Hills