Jake’s Cafe-Katy Pruitt, Trauma Informed Care Coordinator for Sheboygan County Health and Human Services will speak that this year’s Honors In Action project October 22. The event will be held at the LTC Cleveland Campus in the Lake Michigan Room L260 from 6pm to 8pm.
Childhood trauma can follow you into adulthood and permanently impact your life, according to Pruitt. “What happened to you is not your fault, but healing is your responsibility,” says Pruitt. “If you feel overwhelmed and you need help healing and gaining back control of your life, join us for this presentation.”
Pruitt has worked in various capacities since 1994 with diverse populations impacted by trauma, and the systems that serve them. For the last 11 years, Katy has partnered with many in Sheboygan County in effort to better serve individuals and improve system responses.
In order for Lakeshore Technical College to remain a 5 star college through the Honor Society. Phi Theta Kappa has an Honors Program, Honors in Action, designed to engage students in informed action that fosters student success and helps fulfill our mission to provide college students opportunities to grow as scholars and leaders.