Trauma responsive care is an increasingly important aspect of providing services to immigrants, refugees and other low-income individuals. This approach to care takes into account the experiences of an individual and how those potentially traumatic events shape their response to new and stressful environments and the coping mechanisms that form over time. Understanding trauma and its effect on behavior is crucial to working with both adults and children. A number of our staff  are certified trainers through programs offered by the City of Columbus as well as Masters level trainers through the ChildTrauma Academy (Dr. Bruce Perry and NMT/NME), Think:KIDS (Dr. Stuart Ablon, Harvard University) and other academic programs. These training can particularly useful for teachers and students as well as other professionals and service providers in the community.


To request trauma responsive care training, discuss presentation options or if you have any further questions,

 contact or Keri Allen-Hogan or Emily Busterat (614) 252-5362 extension 203. 

  

    Costs for Fee for Service offerings are based upon individual program needs.

Fees For Services

At ETSS we do our best to provide connections to individuals for interpretation and translation services, particularly for rare languages.When possible we will provide well-trained and prepared individuals to assist in classrooms, courtrooms, nonprofits and other venues. We may also be able to provide written translation services for information pamphlets, flyers and webs pages that need to be communicated in other languages. 

To request interpretation translation services, inquire about pricing or if you have any further questions, please contact Keri Allen-Hogan at keri.allenhogan@ethiotss.org or 614-252-5362 extension 203.

TRauma Responsive Care TRaining

Cultural Competency Training


ETSS provides opportunities for individuals, companies, educational institutions and other interested parties to engage in learning about and understanding cultural differences, inclusion, diversity and the challenges encountered and overcome by refugees and immigrants on their journey as New Americans.  Trainings and workshops are individually designed to address the interest and needs of the audience and can range from an hour to full day experiences. For more information, please contact Keri Allen-Hogan, Director of Development and Marketing at keri.allenhogan@ethiotss.org or by phone at 614-252-5362  extension 203. 

Fees are based upon individual programs.

Interpretation and TRanslation Services