Past Events Hosted by The Metropolitan Council ofCommunity Mental Health Centers

Unifying the Lenses of Trauma Informed Practices, Resilience and Equity and Justice
Presented by Marsha Morgan

Thursday, July 9 – 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Briefly review history that has informed the Equity and Justice and Trauma Informed and Resilient Movements. Explore trauma informed principles noting that equity and justice are an and empowerment from a lens that deeply understands the historical and current cultures of racism and inequity

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Marsha Morgan

marsha morganMarsha retired from Truman Medical Center (TMC) February, 2016, she served as the Chief Operating Officer for Behavioral Health for 23 years. During her career of 45 years, she was always an advocate for people with mental illnesses and disabilities. At her direction, grant funding was secured to initiate several innovative community projects. These projects include: training community mental health providers, developing secondary trauma training for first responders, and trainings to create trauma sensitive schools. Her community involvement includes being a co-founder of Trauma Matters KC and serving on the following community boards and committees where she consistently promoted creating trauma informed and resilient communities: Campaign for Trauma Informed Policy and Practice, Missouri Coalition of Community Behavioral Healthcare, Chamber of Commerce Healthy KC Behavioral Health Committee, Community Network for Behavioral Health Care, and Metro Council of Community Mental Health Centers.
She is a Strengthscope Certified Pracitioner, Facilitator for Franklin Covey products and certified to provide Investment in Excellence and 8 to Great programs