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Provider Training – Resiliency: Treating Trauma in Youth and Veterans

Thursday October 11 8am–12pm

  • $20 Registration Fee
  • Delta Hotels Utica by Marriott – Grande Ballroom
  • 8-8:45am Registration and Continental Breakfast
  • 8:45 am-12:00pm Provider Training
  • Register for Training (Click Here)
We welcome Dr. Joanne Joseph  and Jacqueline Warmuth in providing this training on how resiliency and innovative therapy methods support healing.  

Please join us: Social Workers, Community Service Providers, Case Managers, Healthcare Providers, Mental Health Providers, Addiction Treatment  and/or Prevention Professionals, School Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Domestic Violence Services Providers, and other service providers serving refugee and immigrant populations. 


Please Join us in Welcoming 
Dr. Joanne Joseph, SUNY Polytechnic Instititue
Jacqueline Warmuth, Vice President of Clinical Development, 
Sitrin Health Care Center


Childhood Trauma, Resiliency and the Developing Brain 
Presented by: Dr. Joanne Joseph, SUNY Poly 

Dr. Joseph is currently Professor of Psychology  in the Department of Community and Behavioral Health at SUNY Polytechnic Institute where she instructs courses in clinical and health psychology.  She is also a psychological consultant for Faxton-St. Luke’s Cancer Center and Sitrin’s Rehabilitation Center. As a consultant, Dr. Joseph provides direct services to children, adults and families.  She also directs Sitrin’s research component involving evidence -based projects for  the wounded warrior project and serves on the R4K steering committee for United Way.

Dr. Joseph received her PhD in Psychology from SUNY Albany.  She is the recipient of the Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Service, the Robert J. Uplinger Distinquised Service Award and the Genesis Award for Outstanding Educator and YWCA Salute to Women Award in 2013.  Dr. Joseph is the author of a number of scholarly publications including The Resilient Child and Voices of Resilience. Her current research interests include adverse childhood experiences, resilience and physical health, resilience and the bullying experience, and adverse childhood experiences and pregnancy outcomes.


Resiliency and Veterans  

Presented by: Jacqueline Warmuth, Vice President of Clinical Development, Sitrin Health Care Center. 

Jacqueline Warmuth, Sitrin’s Vice President of Clinical Development, co-founded the Military Rehabilitation Program at Sitrin Health Care Center.

Jackie received her B.S. degree from Utica College in Occupational Therapy (OTR/L), and holds her M.S. in Health Education from Cortland College.  She is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA), as well as a trained clinician in clinical procedures of biofeedback and Polarity Therapy.

As a leader in veteran care, Jackie works closely with local military service members, supervision every aspect of the program.  She collaborates with other professional. Including Psychologist, Dr. Joanne Joseph, Dance Therapists, Physical Therapists, among others.  Together, these individuals focus on each veteran’s distinctive situation, strategize personal care plans.

Jackie utilizes her experience to devise therapeutic and behavioral methods based on the obstacles and challenges veterans face as they reintegrate into civilian life.  She provides unique solutions tailored to each veterans background, concerns and needs. Jackie implements an innovative therapy approach by combining traditional treatments , such as one-on one sessions, with non-traditional treatments, including Equine Therapy, Dance/Movement Therapy, Gardening and more