Dr. Silvina Irwin speaks, consults, and conducts trainings with professionals the community-at-large on issues within psychology.

 
 

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Invited Lectures, Workshops, and Trainings (Abbreviated List)

"Vicarious Trauma in Social Workers: Risk factors, Resiliency, and Prevention".
University of Southern California, School of Social Work. Los Angeles, CA.

"Vicarious Traumatization: Risk factors, Resiliency, and Prevention".
Huntington Hospital, Della Martin Center for Behavioral Health Services. Partial Program. 
Pasadena, CA.

"Assessment-Based Treatment with Traumatized Children".
Training at the Department of Human Services, Sex Trauma Unit. San Francisco, CA 

"Caring for Caregivers: the effects of caring for Traumatized Children".
Training at the Department of Human Services, Sex Trauma Unit. San Francisco, CA 

"El Abuso Sexual en los Ninos: Reconosiendo los Senales y Como Ayudar" / "Sexual Abuse in Children: recognizing signs and how to help".
Invited Guest on Spanish Radio 1010AM. 

"Vicarious Traumatization in Emergency Workers and Health Care Providers".
Training for the San Francisco Police Department and the Department of Human Services.

"Psychosocial Effects of Childhood Trauma".
Guest Lecturer. University of California, San Francisco. School of Medicine.

"Ira, Temor, Tristeza, Tensión: Ayudando a Nuetros Niños a Manejar las Emociones. Anger, Fear, Sadness, Stress: Helping Nuestros Niños Manage their Emotions”
Invited radio guest. Nustros Ninos, KLOK AM, Radio Cumbia, San Francisco. 

“Vicarious Traumatization: Risk and Resiliency”.
Grand Rounds. San Francisco General Hospital. UCSF School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. 

“Domestic Violence in Latino Communities: Effects on Families and Children”.
Guest Lecturer. Homeless Prenatal Program, San Francisco, CA. 

“Domestic Violence in Latino Communities”.
Guest Lecturer. San Francisco General Hospital. UCSF School of Medicine, Child and Adolescent Services.