Learning About Trauma-Informed Care and Workplace Application

Date: Fri, 04/08/2022

Watch this Lunch and Learn webinar about trauma-informed care, presented by Kelley Blanck (Clinical Instructor), and Natalie Moser (Director of the MSU Psychological Clinic).

Learning Objectives:

  1. Define trauma and the manifestations of trauma in the workplace.
  2. Describe the principles of a trauma-informed organization.
  3. Define at least two of my your own potential needs related to practicing in a trauma-informed manner.

About the Speakers:

Kelley Blanck Headshot

Kelley Blanck is a Clinical Instructor with the School of Social Work. Kelley’s areas of expertise include Foster/Adoptive Care, Respite and Support Service Development, Youth and Caregiver Trauma Education and Supports, Mental Health Program Development and Best Practice, Evidence Based Practice Implementation, and Compliance and Model Fidelity. She is a licensed master social worker (LMSW) in both clinical and macro areas. Kelley is also a Certified Trauma Trainer and trauma-informed development professional.

Kelley holds a BA in Psychology from Oakland University, as well as an MSW from Michigan State University.

Natalie L. Moser Headshot

Natalie L. Moser, Ph.D. is the Director of the MSU Psychological Clinic. Natalie received her doctorate from the University of Delaware and completed her predoctoral clinical internship at the Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware. During this internship, Natalie received specialized training in pediatric psychology, the assessment and treatment of children with chronic medical illnesses and children who experience medical symptoms with no known medical etiologies. Subsequently, Natalie held a postdoctoral position at The Brown Psychology Training Consortium in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown University. She worked in the Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, where she focused her practice and research on the psychological treatment of children with gastroenterology symptoms. During this fellowship, Natalie also received training at a nationally renowned center for childhood anxiety disorders.

Natalie supervises clinical psychology graduate students who work in the clinic and occasionally teaches undergraduate courses. Natalie worked with graduate students to design a group-based curriculum for middle school students who have experienced negative peer interactions (Getting Back up Again), which is now offered annually through the clinic. Natalie maintains an active private practice in the community where she provides cognitive-behavioral, evidence-based services to children with a broad range of emotional and behavioral problems. She continues to specialize in pediatric psychology and the treatment of child anxiety disorders.