NANT 12 Pre-Conference 2 – On Being a Trauma Informed Professional

By Sue Ludwig

Learn from the experts in this topic as it relates to the NICU.

Date/Time: Thursday, March 31 – 1:30 PM-4:30 PM

Place: NANT 12 Conference @ Duke Energy Convention Center, Cincinnati, Ohio


  • Mary Coughlin, MS, NNP, RNC-E
  • Kristy Fuller, OTR/L, CNT, CLC


This 3-hour interactive pre-conference session takes you on a deep dive into the development, delivery, discoveries, and global implications of the Trauma Informed Professional Certificate Program. You will be introduced to the attributes of a Trauma Informed Professional and experience how these attributes invite you to reconnect with your authentic self through personal reflection and journaling. And you will uncover how this journey transforms how you engage with others and yourself.

In the recent policy statement (2021), the American Academy of Pediatrics highlights the urgency for child health services to become trauma informed. Becoming a Trauma Informed Professional is a first step in changing the existing paradigm to create systems of care that are trauma sensitive and developmentally aware. This pre-conference will challenge you to evaluate your trauma literacy and discover how you can become a trauma informed professional.

Click here to register and/or learn more now. Additional registration required. Packages 3 and 4 include this particular session.

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