Develop skills to be the best you can be when practising support during a tragedy. Learn how to offer support without burn-out and be able to support your colleagues and agency. This workshop will focus on recognising and acknowledging traumatic experiences and how to work through them effectively.
Understand trauma in the context of your professional practice and personal boundaries
How acknowledging trauma and using trauma informed practice can provide effective support
Understand grief, loss, change and adjustment
The nature of Vicarious Trauma
How to be empathetic and compassionate without taking on the experience
Recognising the signs of compassion fatigue and burn-out in yourself and others
Gain tools and resources to use when working amongst trauma
How to keep yourself well and safe
The importance of mindful practice
1. Working with people experiencing mental health and addiction needs
3. Working with whānau
4. Working within communities
7. Maintaining professional and personal development
Jackie has been an active member of the mental health and addiction sector since 2001 and held the co-chair role at Navigate Waitaha (Canterbury Mental Health and Addiction NGO Leadership Group) for four years. Her experience across a range of roles and organisations provides insight into mental health service delivery, strategic health direction and organisational development.
Workshop Type: Introductory | Workshop Level: Four | Catering: Refreshments provided
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