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Aminata Diallo, MS, MSSP
Manager of Learning & Community Impact

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Vice President of Learning & Community Impact

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Director of Learning & Community Impact

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July 15th, 2020: Investing in Community Resilience Webinar 4: Evaluating Trauma-Informed Practice

Jul 6, 2020

Building on the Foundation’s Trauma-Informed Philanthropy series, we are pleased to present a 10-month learning series, Investing in Community Resilience. This series, presented in partnership with the eXtension Foundation, will provide vital information to funders and cooperative extension professionals for developing trauma-informed, healing-centered approaches in their work.

The third webinar, Evaluating Trauma-Informed Practice, will be on Wednesday, July 15th from 3-4pm EST.

To register, click here.

Evaluating Trauma-Informed Practice
July 15th, 2020
3-4pm EST

The webinar will explore trauma-informed principles and frameworks and what they mean for practice at the organizational, community, and systems level.

By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the role of evaluation in building organizational and community capacity to implement a trauma-informed, healing centered approach
  2. Identify methods and tools for evaluating the impact of ACEs and trauma
  3. Apply trauma-informed principles to program evaluation methods

Presented by: 

Cindy Crusto, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Assistant Chair for Diversity, Department of Psychiatry
Director, Program Evaluation and Child Trauma Research at the Consultation Center
Yale School of Medicine

Cindy A. Crusto, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry (Psychology Section), Yale University School of Medicine, is the Director of Program and Service System Evaluation at The Consultation Center. Dr. Crusto has more than 20 years of experience in developing, implementing, and evaluating preventive interventions in schools and community agencies. She also has extensive experience providing training and technical assistance to schools and to community-based organizations on the evaluation of prevention programs. She is interested in culturally relevant interventions for children from racial/ethnic minority and low-income backgrounds and in school-based behavioral health services. Dr. Crusto’s research examines the impact of family violence on children and the ecological influences on child and family well-being, and includes rigorous evaluations of community-based initiatives involving substance use and violence prevention, and the promotion of school readiness.

Dr. Crusto earned a B.A. in psychology from Vassar College, an M.A. in clinical-community psychology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and a Ph.D. in clinical-community psychology from the University of South Carolina. She completed pre-doctoral and postdoctoral fellowships in clinical-community psychology at Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry.