Trauma Informed Workplaces
CPHR Manitoba and ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership & Workplace Performance have partnered to present this workshop.
Trauma is prevalent in our world and has an impact on many of the people we interact with, including our clients and colleagues. Trauma informed approaches are essential to providing effective services and building healthy workplaces. This workshop explores how to build a trauma informed culture into 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.
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 a Trauma Informed Approach
- 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 Approaches
- A Systemic View of Working with Trauma
- Building Trauma Informed Principles into Policy and Processes
- Attending to Staff Safety and Secondary Trauma
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8:00AM – 8:30AM – Breakfast and registration
8:30AM - 4:30PM - Workshop
|Cost (add GST):
Non Member: $300
||Continental breakfast, breaks and lunch
|| This event is governed by our general Professional Development Cancellation, Refund & Transfer Policy. To learn more, click here.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR:
David has provided leadership for various non-profit organizations for over 25 years. He has a degree in philosophy, a diploma in counselling, as well as certifications in conflict resolution and mediation. In addition to training with ACHIEVE, David works in the field of mediation where he volunteers as a mediator for the court diversion program in Manitoba. In whatever role David finds himself, his passion for motivating people to continue on their personal journey of learning and growth shines through. David believes that no matter what our role is in the workplace, we can all continue to grow in our skills to improve our own life and to help improve the lives of others. As a trainer, he is known for his dynamic workshop facilitation that combines humour and real-world application.
This is an introductory-intermediate level workshop intended for anyone interested in learning more about the value of trauma informed workplaces.
At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:
- Discuss the prevalence and impact of trauma on individuals, communities and organizations.
- List guiding principles for incorporating a trauma informed approach across roles.
- Describe steps for creating safer work settings for both service providers and clients.
- Design an action plan for trauma informed goals in service delivery and program planning.