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The Connecticut Women’s Consortium’s Trauma & Recovery Conference aims to explore the realities of trauma as it manifests through individual and community experiences whilst simultaneously acknowledging the multiple pathways to recovery. With a combination of national and local keynote and breakout session presenters, we strive to push the boundaries of traditional trauma treatment and expand the definition of recovery, creating comprehensive, inclusive systems of care. Join us at this inaugural conference, as we seek to promote evidence-based solutions for the many people across the world struggling with the effect of trauma and searching for recovery.
PLEASE NOTE: This registration page is for DAY TWO of the conference only.
Nelba Márquez-Greene, LMFT
Nelba Márquez-Greene is the founder of the Ana Grace Project and a clinical fellow at the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. She has worked in private practice, community mental health, and academic settings in the U.S. and Canada. After Nelba’s daughter Ana Grace’s sensless murder at Sandy Hook School in 2012, Nelba, her family, and her community adopted the slogan “Love Wins.” Now, Nelba refers to that slogan as she maintains an online community of over 100,000 followers and the Ana Grace Project community where people from all over the world learn, share, grow and witness love through grief. In 2018, Nelba was selected as one of “100 Women of Color” and as a YWCA Women’s Leadership Award recipient. She is featured in the 2019 release “ The Book of Gutsy Women” by Hillary Rodham and Chelsea Clinton and in People Magazine’s October 2019 issue as one of ten Women Changing the World. Nelba has testified and advocated at the state and federal levels on many different mental health initiatives, hosted TEDx talks, and is a sought after speaker nationally.
Daryl McGraw is the CEO of Formerly Inc., Connecticut’s first criminal justice consultant agency that is uniquely staffed by formerly incarcerated individuals who seek to assist and support those impacted by the criminal justice system. Formerly Inc. was founded in 2018 by Mr. McGraw to raise awareness to the issues of injustice that exist within the criminal justice system. With over ten years of personal and professional experience with urban trauma, addiction recovery and community reintegration; Mr. McGraw is highly regarded as an expert in the field. He is a dynamic(passionate) speaker who often gives speeches, webinars, and trainings that support the recovery and reintegration process. Mr. McGraw holds state certifications as an Addictions Counselor, Recovery Support Specialist, and a Criminal Justice Professional. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management and Leadership, both from Springfield College. Prior to entering the human service field, Mr. McGraw held several leadership positions in the hospitality field working for Fortune 500 companies. His transformative work on behalf of battling addiction and overcoming obstacles facing formerly incarcerated persons upon their release is truly inspiring.
Hope Payson, LCSW, LADC is a licensed clinical social worker, alcohol and drug counselor and an EMDRIA Approved Consultant who specializes in the treatment of addiction and trauma. She has over 30 years of experience working in a variety of community settings that address the needs of individuals with histories of complex trauma. She was the Clinical Director for the EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Program for seven years and remains an active volunteer. She currently coordinates a group private practice in Winsted, Ct while also offering consultation services and presentations Internationally. Most recently, she co-produced the documentary "Uprooting Addiction: Healing From the Ground Up" which explores the root causes of addiction and the transformational power of recovery. Hope is passionate about identifying and changing the systemic issues that increase vulnerability to addiction along with assuring that evidence-based trauma treatment widely is available to all. She also identifies as a woman in long term recovery from trauma and addiction.
Please note that all times below are Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Tuesday, October 20th
10 - 10:45am: Exhibitor Hall
10:45 - 11am: Opening remarks
11am - 12:30pm: Let's Talk About the Air We Breathe with Daryl McGraw and Hope Payson, LCSW
12:30 - 12:40pm: Break
12:40 - 2pm: Various breakout sessions
2 - 2:30pm: mid-event break
2:30 - 3:50pm: Various breakout sessions
3:50 - 4pm: Break
4 - 5:30pm: On Grief, Trauma and Hope: Moving through Loss Unspeakable with Nelba Marquez-Greene, LMFT
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