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This is a “Virtual Conference”. You will need appropriate equipment to participate (i.e. laptop, desktop, etc...)*. You will be required to sign into our Zoom virtual platform by entering your name. Workshops require attendee interaction to verify attendance, chat, Q & A sessions, etc....


*We ask that you do not use a cell phone as this may limit your interaction, which may impact your ability to verify your attendance and receive continuing education credit.


  1. You MUST log in using your first and last legal name as your profile name (no nicknames). This should also be the name you use when registering.

  2. As attendees log in and out for each session, it is documented with a time stamp.

  3. You will not receive CE credit for a session if you log in more than 10 minutes after a session starts. 

  4. Moderators will be available to monitor attendance at sessions as well as chat room activity.

  5. A confirmation code will be given at the end of the session to note on CE evaluation form.

  6. Evaluations will be matched up with time stamps and moderator’s attendance logs for sessions before CE Certificates are granted.

Participants should download the CE Acknowledgment Form. To receive a CE certificate, this form MUST be completed and emailed to FTC Prevention Services at by October 8th. If you do not complete this form and send in, you WILL NOT receive a certificate.

As a part of the application process to become approved to offer continuing education credits/units at the Mississippi Trauma-Informed Care Virtual Conference, the Mississippi Department of Mental Health agreed to adhere to the policies and procedures of each individual credentialing board. the Mississippi Department of Mental Health does not have the authority to deviate from the agreed upon processes.


Participants must attend approved sessions in their entirety to receive credit for session attendance and complete an evaluation for each one attended. DMH is not responsible for participants’ inability to access the virtual platform or evaluation links due to computer or internet issues that may originate with the participants computer, Internet access, or agency security settings. It is the responsibility of the participant to ensure their ability to access and maintain access to the conference virtual platform and sessions.

The educational portion of this activity is presented by the Mississippi Department ef Mental Health. Continuing education is a separate registration which is required at the beginning if the conference.


The educational portion of this activity is presented by the Mississippi Department of Mental Health.

The Mississippi Department of Mental Health, Division of Professional Licensure and Certification, has approved up to 14.0 hours for Certified/Licensed Mental Health Therapists, Certified/Licensed Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Therapists, Licensed DMH Administrators, Certified Community Support Specialists, Certified/Licensed DMH Addictions Therapists, and Certified Peer Support Specialists.

The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification has approved the conference for 14.0 CRC hours. Sessions approved include Keynotes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7.  Breakout Sessions include A3, A4, B1, B3, C2, C4, C5, D2, D3, D4, E4, and E5.   E4 was approved for Ethics.

The Marriage and Family Therapy Continuing Education Committee of the MSBOESWMFT has approved the conference for 14.0 general hours for marriage and family therapists.  The approval number is MS22-087. 

Jackson State University, College of Public Service School of Social Work, is approved as a provider (#SWCU1203) by the Mississippi Board of Examiners for Social Workers and Marriage & Family Therapists. They maintain responsibility for the educational program. Social Workers may receive up to 14 hours for full attendance/successful completion in this course. The following session is approved for Ethic Hours: E2. The following sessions are approved for Diversity Hours: C2, C4, D2 and K7.


2022 Mississippi Trauma Informed Care Conference has been approved by NBCC for NBCC credit. Sessions approved for NBCC credit are clearly identified. MS Department of Mental Health is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. NBCC Approval No. SP-3962.


The following session are approved for NBCC Hours:

Keynotes Sessions approved include K2, K3, K4, K5, and K6. Breakout Sessions approved include, A2, A5, B3, C2, C3, D2, D4, E4 and E6.

The following sessions are not approved for NBCC Hours:

A1, A3, A4, A5, B1, B2, B4, B5, C1, C4, C5, D1, D3, D5, E1, E2, E3, E5, K1, and K7.

The following session is approved for Ethics: E4

The following sessions are approved for Diversity Hours: C2, D2, and K6.


Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training

The Board voted to approve the conference for 14 Hours






MS College, Office of Continuing Education has approved this training opportunity for 1.4 hours. There is a fee of $15.00 dollars payable to MS College.


Mississippi Association of Addiction Professionals

Approved by MAAP for 14.0 Contact Hours for the following- credentials: CIC, CADC (l.1 1), CAADC CCS, APS PS, CPM and CCJP.  Approval No. 22-610.


Nursing Home Administrators

The MS State Board of Nursing Home Administrators has approved 10.0 CE Hours for the conference. Sessions approved include Keynotes 1, 5, 6 and Breakout sessions A1, A5, B2, C4, D2, El, E2 and E4.

Awaiting approval from various discipline credentialing agencies.

The 2021 Mississippi Trauma-Informed Care Conference is pleased to partner with FTC Prevention Services, LLC to provide professional event services inclusive of conference planning and management, virtual platform hosting and support, continuing education services, and technical support.


For assistance please contact Marc Fomby, 601.874.0100 ext 7 or

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