Lizette Ubides, LCSW-C is a graduate from New York University with 25+ years of experience as a Clinical Social Worker. She has provided trauma treatment and training to mixed aged groups and at-risk populations within various systems including Child Welfare, Psychiatric Hospitals, Community Organizations, and Institutions including John Hopkins, University of Maryland, and University of Baltimore. She is a contributing author in L.O.V.E. is the Answer "Walking While Black"; a book about race and police relations. She has been featured in the NY Times highlighting the successful startup of The Bronx Truancy Prevention Center (2001). Ms. Ubides has an extensive history in program startups and program development.
She is presently an Adjunct Professor at the University of Baltimore, a Field Instructor at the University of Mayland and Hood College. She is a graduate and trainer for the ROPER Victim’s Assistance Academy and a SAMSHA Certified Train the Trainer in "Trauma-Informed Care and Trauma-Informed Care and HIV."
Lizette Ubides, LCSW-C maintains a trauma-responsive private psychotherapy practice in Frederick, MD serving children, adolescent and adults and uses a Holistic, CBT, and DBT approach. Please use the make a difference page for inquiry about Trauma-Responsive Psychotherapy.
|Member First Name||Lizette|
|Member Last Name||Ubides|
|Business Name||Responsive Recovery|
|Member Job Title||Chief Innovations Officer|
To provide systems, organizations and the general public with a standard, universal framework and language to understand and remedy the effects of trauma associated with the pandemic and other life events by learning the evidence-based: The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model.
To influence 21st Century mental and medical health systems in integrating The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model as a standard universal framework and language needed to educate and empower the general public in the management of mental health.
EFFECTS OF TRAUMA
TRAUMA-RESPONSIVE SYSTEMS & ORGANIZATIONS:
Recognize the widespread impact of trauma, minimize re-traumatizing inducing practices, understand paths for recovery by integrating The Stages of Trauma & Recovery (STAR) Model to increase an individual's capacity to heal.
As we enter society and evaluate the effects of trauma associated with COVID-19 we recognize the similar effects seen within various systems i.e. child welfare, substance abuse, criminal justice, and many others, an increase in substance abuse, disruption of families and communities; these are normal responses to the impact of unresolved trauma and the outcomes are highly impacted by historical life events and Adverse Childhood Experiences.
|Business Website Address||http://www.responsiverecovery.com/|
|Business Phone Number||347-607-8797|