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JUST CE97 - Trauma Informed Care - Building a Culture of Strength
This training is offered in partnership with the Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute (CTRI) and is one of their courses. Registration for this course will be made through the CTRI online system. TO REGISTER PLEASE VISIT ca.ctrinstitute.com.
CTRI is located in Winnipeg and delivers training in the Yukon and across Canada.
***Please disregard the number of seats available, as it is not an accurate representation of enrollment.***
Trauma is prevalent in our world and has an impact on many of the people we interact with, including our clients and colleagues. Compassionate and trauma-informed care is essential to providing effective support and building sustainable services. This workshop explores how to build a trauma-informed culture in a workplace setting that integrates knowledge throughout the organization. Participants will develop an understanding of the pervasive impact of trauma on individual health and relationships. Guiding principles will be explored for increasing emotional and physical safety, culturally sensitive empowerment, and creating greater resilience for all parts of an organization. Becoming trauma-informed creates a sustainable foundation in any work setting to promote strength, engagement, and recovery.
Please note: This workshop does not provide training related to trauma counselling.
Some of the Topics Included:
Definitions of Trauma for Individual, Relationship, and Public Health
Prevalence of Trauma, from Single Incident to Complex
Understanding the Impact of Trauma Across the Lifespan
Contexts of Impact – Cultural, Intergenerational, and Societal Factors
Principles of Trauma-Informed Care
Core Competencies – Putting Principles into Action
Choice, Trust, and Connection
Recognizing Innate Strengths and Resilience
Building a Trauma-Informed Culture
The Continuum of Trauma-Informed Care and Practices
A Systemic View of Healing Trauma
Building Trauma Informed Principles into Policy and Processes
Attending to Staff Safety and Secondary Trauma
No scheduled sessions