We are excited to announce another episode of History. Culture. Trauma.! Our next conversation is with author of the upcoming book, The Trauma Informed Pediatric Practice: A Resilience-Based Roadmap to Foster Early Relational Health, Dr. Amy King.
In this week's episode, we are excited to have Dr. Amy King. Amy King, PhD, is a licensed psychologist who provides training, consultation and education to professionals and organizations. She specializes in trauma-informed work and resilience building. Dr. King advises organizations around wellness, staff vitality and creating trauma-responsive spaces. Her specialties include working with professionals to help create resilient children, patients, and thriving families, guiding them to heal their stress and trauma through connected relationships. Dr. King has served as a national expert on trauma, relational health, and resilience. Her current work is promoting resilience by training professionals who work with children and families, through partnership and collaboration. Dr. Amy & her team serve folks who aim to be champions in connected spaces. When she’s not working to promote resilience, you can find her with her family on their small hobby farm in Newberg, Oregon.
In this episode, host Ingrid Cockhren and our guest will examine early relational health and how it impacts resilience. We will also discuss her first upcoming book, published by the American Academy of Pediatrics, that comes out in the spring of 2024, titled, The Trauma Informed Pediatric Practice: A Resilience-Based Roadmap to Foster Early Relational Health.