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In Observance of Child Abuse Prevention Month, Berks County Children and Youth Services Presents: Operation Safe Kids: Surviving Childhood trauma

April 7, 2014

Location: Reading Crowne Plaza 1741 Papermill Rd. Wyomissing PA Timeline: 8:00-9:00am

Full Day Training regarding Childhood Trauma presented by Child Abuse & Sexual Assault Survivor and Published Author: Olga Trujillo, J.D. With astounding clarity born from years of intensive work, Olga has unraveled the impact of violence in her life. It is this insight - combined with over a decade of experience working with advocates from a national to a grass-roots level which guides and inspires her work todayREGISTRATION 9:00-4:00pm Presentation Cost: $45 per person includes a light breakfast, presentation materials & lunch.

Be sure to reserve your seat! Certificates of Attendance will be provided. Social Work CEU’s will be available. To Register or for additional Information Contact: Susan Sneddon, MSW 610-478-6700, ext. 6951 or ssneddon@countyofberks.com OR Jessica King, MSW 610-478-6700, ext. 6722 or jking@countyofberks.com

Sponsored by: Berks County Children and Youth Services, Berks County MH/DD/ Health Choices Program and the Community that Cares Campaign Training Information:

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