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Harnessing the Power of Music to Build Resilience
Presented by Andrea Dalton

Thursday, November 12 – 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

–Review the neuropsychobiological effects of various elements of music
–Consider the implications of both positive and negative effects of music on well-being
–Identify practical applications of intentional “musicking”

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https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__DlvxQjcTQCUqvnPpqP_PA

Andrea Dalton

Andrea DaltonAndrea Dalton, MA, Board Certified Music Therapist, is a trainer and consultant with the Center for Trauma Informed Innovation, supporting individuals and organizations in promoting resiliency and developing trauma sensitive culture. Andrea works with school districts, agencies, organizations, and businesses to develop practices to support the people they serve, as well as those doing the serving. Prior to joining the Center for Trauma Informed Innovation, Andrea worked for more than a decade as a music therapist in both private and state-run inpatient mental health units, providing services to some of the most vulnerable adults and children in the Kansas City area. Andrea has an undying fascination with the way the brain works, a critical appreciation for research, a strong commitment to best practices, a creative spirit, and a calling to make the world a better place.

Approaching the holiday and important events with mercy and grace, following a Pandemic
Presented by Shane Young

Thursday, December 10 – 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Those in attendance will discuss the new norms we have adapted to in 2020.
We will talk over why change is so difficult.
We will process where we go from here.
We will evaluate the benefits of routines and organization.
We will learn about strategies and methods for honoring loss and change with mercy and grace.

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Shane Young

Shane YoungShane has worked in the Social Service field for 26 years. Shane is employed with ReDiscover as the Training and Development Coordinator where he offers Professional Development and Leadership trainings along with workplace Coaching. Shane has experiencing working in the field of hospice where he served patients and families as a Medical Social Worker and served in a leadership capacity as a Social Services Consultant. He has been employed in several aspects of Juvenile Justice (detention, residential care, and probation) this includes time as a Deputy Juvenile Officer in Buchanan and Johnson Counties in Missouri. Shane has also worked in the field of Adult Corrections (including work with the Buchanan County Drug Court). Shane completed his Masters in Social Work from the University of Missouri. During his career, he has been the Chairman, Vice-Chair, and a Board Member for the Juvenile Justice Coalition in St Joseph, Missouri. In 2012, Shane is a Certified Train the trainer for Development Assets through the Search Institute, a certified Truthought Train the Trainer, a Certified Trauma Specialist through TLC (Trauma and Loss in Children), a Certified Mental Health First Aid trainer and a Certified Mandt Systems trainer.

Shane has been providing training opportunities since 2005. His trainings include professional development topics, clinically based topics to help members of the community, and workplace coaching trainings to help teams and programs grow and work through team challenges.

During his training career he has performed professional development trainings for the Missouri Juvenile Justice Association, Missouri Coalition for Community Mental Health Centers, Missouri Western State University Child Abuse Education, Prevention and Investigation conference, the Midwest Regional Suicide Prevention Conference, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, and the Missouri Institute for Mental Health Spring Training Institute. Shane is also available to provide training and educational opportunities to service groups, churches and school districts who benefit.

Recently took the position of ReDiscover’s Training and Development Coordinator following serving as the Program Coordinator with ReDiscover’s United States District Court program. Previous to this position, he was the Social Services Consultant for Three Rivers Hospice serving 48 counties throughout Missouri. He has been employed in several aspects of Juvenile Justice (detention, residential care, and probation), Adult Corrections (including work with the Buchanan County Drug Court) and he currently works as a Consultant in the field of Hospice. Shane worked as a Deputy Juvenile Officer in Buchanan and Johnson Counties in Missouri. Shane completed his Masters in Social Work from the University of Missouri. During his career, he has been the Chairman, Vice-Chair, and a Board Member for the Juvenile Justice Coalition in St Joseph, Missouri.