Trauma-Informed Practices & Conversations

About This Course

Trauma-informed practice refers to an approach that recognizes the widespread impact of trauma on individuals and seeks to create a safe and supportive environment for healing and growth. This approach is integrated into various fields, such as healthcare, education, therapy, and social work. “Conversations” in this context likely refers to how people communicate within a trauma-informed framework – fostering open and empathetic dialogues that consider the potential effects of trauma on individuals.

Upcoming Training

March 7 – April 11, 2024
Thursday’s 9:00am – 12:00pm PST | Online

Who is this training for?

Community Leaders, including parents, teachers, social workers or anyone working with children/young adults and vulnerable populations. Individuals and professionals who want to increase their skills, tools, and knowledge in the area of Trauma-Informed Practices to support their clients, teams, and communities.

No previous Trauma-Informed training or experience is required.

Syllabus

The course develops competencies that can be applied immediately using a coaching culture approach, including:

  • Understanding Trauma: Definition and Impact
  • Trauma-Informed Approaches: Creating a supportive environment
  • Dealing with Trauma: Causes and coping strategies
  • Developing Trauma-Informed Presence
  • Effective Communication: Building rapport, using open-ended questions and active listening
  • Positive Feedback Framework: Encouraging growth and resilience
  • Overcoming Challenges: Reframing, redirecting, and refocusing
  • Polyvagal Theory and the Neuroscience of Leadership
  • Self-Empowerment: “I am enough!”
  • Addressing Shame, Blame & Guilt
  • Promoting Wellness and Resilience
  • Becoming a Trauma-Informed Leader
  • Understanding Suicide Ideology

Trauma-informed practice refers to an approach that recognizes the widespread impact of trauma on individuals and seeks to create a safe and supportive environment for healing and growth. This approach is integrated into various fields, such as healthcare, education, therapy, and social work. “Conversations” in this context likely refers to how people communicate within a trauma-informed framework – fostering open and empathetic dialogues that consider the potential effects of trauma on individuals.

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