Rethinking Resilience

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Online Only

Presenter: Jill Hinton, PhD, Clinical Director, NCSS                                                                                                                                 

                                                                                                                                                      

Featured Panelists: TBD

Learning Objectives 

  • Develop a common conceptualization of resilience
  • Identify the connection between risk of vulnerability and resilience
  • Explore how a narrow view of resilience may intensify trauma and stress
  • Demonstrate strategies for supporting and building resilience for people with IDD-MH

All live Q&A events are held via Zoom from 1:00-2:00 ET / 12:00-1:00 CT / 11:00-12:00 MT / 10:00-11:00 PT.

 

Jill Hinton is a woman with short grey and brown hair wearing a yellow scarf and dark blue v-neck shirt

Jill Hinton, PhD is a Clinical Psychologist with over 30 years of experience working with people with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and mental illness. Her experience with The Arc of NC, Autism Society of NC,  EastersealsUCP, and the NC Council on Developmental Disabilities includes direct clinical work, organizational leadership, clinical consultation, and policy work. She has co-chaired the AUCD MHIDD SIG which seeks to enhance understanding of mental health in IDD and promote best practice. She also serves on the IDD Committee for American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 

 

 

As the Clinical Director of The National Center for START Services, Dr. Hinton ensures clinical integrity and adherence to the START model across all START programs. She works with the Director of Training and the Director of QA to ensure training and quality measures are aligned with the START model and best practices. She provides consultation and training to START teams across the country and facilitates a monthly practice group for START Clinical Directors. She currently serves as Project Manager for New York START and California START where she supports development and implementation.  Through the Clinical Director Practice Group, she leads discussion on emerging and best practices and how they relate to the START model. Jill's professional interests include trauma informed care and trauma treatment. She received EMDR certification through EMDR Institute. She has extensive background in autism spectrum disorder and is also interested in loss and grief in people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Jill enjoys spending time with family and vacationing with her travel friends. As part of her volunteer work, she facilitates a LQBTQ+ Support Group and supports a non-profit that works with youth transitioning our of foster care. 

 

How to subscribe: Many individuals can access the NOTS for free by partnering with their local START program. If you or your agency are interested in enrolling in the National Online Training Series (NOTS), please fill out this NOTS interest survey. A member of our training department will connect with you for next steps. 

Accommodation Requests: It is our goal to make the NOTS live Q&A accessible for all. CART services will be provided for every live Q&A and does not require an accommodation request. Should you have additional accommodation requests, please complete this form and we will make every reasonable effort to meet that request. Someone from NCSS will contact you about the status of your request. 

Disclaimer: Speakers and presenters participating in sessions are encouraged to express their findings, experiences, and conclusions on specific topics. They are selected for their areas of expertise and personal and professional knowledge. Therefore, points of view or opinions of our speakers and presenters do not officially represent the National Center for START ServicesTM, the Institute on Disability, or the University of New Hampshire.