2023 Childhood Trauma Impact Conference
Presented by the Montgomery County Trauma-Informed Task Force
Friday, OCTOBER 20, 2023 | 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Church Project | 602 Pruitt Road, The woodlands, tx 77380
ABOUT THE CTI CONFERENCE
The Montgomery County Trauma-Informed Task Force invites you to the 2023 Childhood Trauma Impact Conference on Friday, October 20, 2023, at Church Project in The Woodlands, Texas.
This one-day conference is more than sharing ideas. In addition to learning more about the efforts to address childhood trauma at the county, state, and national levels, you will receive real tools and practices that you can implement in your organization immediately.
- Earn CLE, CEU, or TCOLE credits
- The Foundation of the Trauma-Responsive Model
- Organizational Culture Change: Making the Shift
- Panel discussions
- Demonstrations & resources
- In-depth Q&A and MUCH MORE!
- Additional session topics TBA
SCOTT LEPOR, D.O.
Medical Director | Texas Juvenile Justice Department
Scott LePor is a family physician who resides in Austin, Texas. He is a husband, father, foster and adoptive parent. Through his experiences as a foster parent, Scott sought further training through Texas Christian University Institute of Child Development to help heal the life traumas of children from hard places with the evidence-based neuroscience of Trust-Based Relational Intervention®. The principles have proved to be so life-changing that Scott now shares this training through lectures and workshops to foster/adoptive parents as well as other health care professionals and various organizations and states. These principles also became the foundation for becoming Medical Director of Patient Experience and Physician Engagement at the hospital where he worked through building a culture centered around meeting the needs of others through trust-based relationships. Scott is currently the Medical Director of the Texas Juvenile Justice Department and is using the evidence-based neuroscience of interpersonal neurobiology to implement the “Texas Model” to their youth in need. Having a strong spiritual worldview has also been a driving force for his purpose and passion for helping those in need. Scott has also enjoyed sharing knowledge on various aspects of health in publications, podcasts, and social media.
KIMBERLY GLAUDY, LMFT, MS
Family Therapist | Family Foundation Initiatives
Kimberly Glaudy is a resident of Houston, TX who has worked in youth and community development organizations for over 20 years. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology and coupled that with a Master’s in Organizational Management and Leadership. Kimberly’s dedication to serving others led her to career opportunities working alongside homeless families, Somali refugees, children and youth in state custody, minor females who survived sex trafficking, as well as lay church members. In 2018, Kimberly joined the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development at Texas Christian University. In this position, Kimberly taught Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®) to service providers in various sectors throughout the United States and globally.
Today, Kimberly leads a therapeutic group practice dedicated to meeting the clinical needs of underserved populations and people of faith. When Kimberly is not providing therapy, training, or participating in public speaking engagements, she is making great memories with her wonderful husband or with one of her five dynamic adult children.
Texas Model Director of Leadership Development | Texas Juvenile Justice Department
The Juvenile Justice Department’s Texas Model is a comprehensive approach to managing and improving the juvenile justice system. The purpose of the Model is to help youth increase their chances of success in life while also making our communities safer. In developing and refining the Texas Model, the TJJD uses science and evidence to find ways to reach the youth in its care.
Trauma-informed corrections is central to the vision of the Texas Juvenile Justice Department. Every day in their facilities, they have interactions with youth that have the potential to end in violence or self-harm. TJJD’s goal is always to provide the best possible outcome, but too often, past treatment options overlooked the underlying cause of a youth’s behavior, in particular a history of childhood trauma.
Check back for additional announcements about event speakers and the conference agenda.
TICKETS & TABLES
Montgomery County Advocates: Please contact your Case Supervisor to request the link to register at a discounted rate!
Registration requested by Wednesday, October 11, 2023**: PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS HERE.
*Included in your admission is a continental breakfast, lunch, and light snacks. Beverages will also be available throughout the day.
**If you need to request an invoice to submit for payment by check, please email Info@CASASpeaks4Kids.com and include the number of tickets/tables needed, names of attendees (if possible), contact name, contact email, and the mailing address of the company/organization.
TRAVEL INFORMATION & LODGING
If you will be traveling to the conference from outside of the area and would like to book a hotel, we have room blocks reserved at the following (good for check-ins/stays on Thursday, October 19 and/or Friday, October 20):
Room Block Code: CASA CTI CONFERENCE
HYATT PLACE – THE WOODLANDS
COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT
FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES
If you have questions or need additional details, please contact Info@CASASpeaks4Kids.com.