Intersectionality and Trauma-Informed Care Principles: A 2-part series presented by Dr. Crystallee Crain on Thursday, November 4th 9am-12pm and Thursday, November 18th, 9am-12pm 




In this training, participants will learn:

  • In-depth analysis of intersectionality and trauma-informed care approaches
  • Identify values-based actions to incorporate these perspectives in their work
  • Engage with each other in ways to critically examine problems faced in working with individuals, groups, and families

Who should attend?

  • People who are passionate about deepening their practice. 
  • People interested in intersectionality and trauma-informed care principles. 
  • Any level of professionals working in social or behavioral health, public policy, organizing, or advocacy work.

Where: Zoom link will be send before the event

When: Thursday, November 4th 9am-12pm and Thursday, November 18th, 9am-12pm 

Cost: $39.00 (for both half days) 


About the trainer:

Dr. Crystallee Crain has 15 years’ experience in violence prevention training and program development. Dr. Crain is a leader in equity based planning and project development. She has worked as a lecturer, researcher, and writer. Dr. Crain has a passion for working with communities impacted by poverty, violence, and incarceration. She holds a Masters of Arts in Social Science and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Transformative Inquiry from the California Institute of Integral Studies.

Crystallee Crain Ph.D. is an entrepreneur, academic, and artist. Dr. Crain is a human rights scholar and advocate around the world. She has traveled to 23 countries and counting! She is committed to living her best life and contributing to the highest good in the world. Through her own healing journey, she came to realize her passion for coaching and has been working with individuals and groups for over 10 years. She specializes in working with people with trauma from violence and abuse. 
Certified Anger Management Specialist - CAMS II (National Anger Management Association)
Certified Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner & Coach - Neuro Masters Academy (Australia)






In order to help develop a healthcare workforce to meet all Oregonians' needs, the Oregon Health Science University (OHSU) and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) are collaborating on behalf of the Oregon Health Policy Board (OHPB) to make available grant funds as part of the Healthy Workforce Training Opportunity (HOWTO) grant program. 

The Oregon Alliance and the Oregon Child & Family Services Council is honored to receive a HOWTO grant and excited to implement our training program!

HOWTO grants are intended to expand health professional training to address current and future shortages in the healthcare workforce in rural and medically underserved areas of Oregon. 

We will be providing training services for behavioral health providers serving Oregon's most vulnerable children and adolescents through a 3-year, 2-part program: 

  • A training series designed to build skills, promote safety, and strengthen professional development including trauma-informed care principles and self-care for behavioral health providers across Oregon. 
  • A six-month intensive leadership training institute for providers of color.