Trauma-Informed Practice Live Online Workshop November 25, 2019

 

Attend live or access the replay for 30 days.

 

Almost two thirds of people have had one or more Adverse Childhood Experience

... which means they have a higher chance of developing mental and physical health issues, as well as social problems.

You know this, you see this in your work on a regular basis.

There are specific strategies that can help people mitigate the impact of ACE(s).

Learn how ACE(s) impact the people you help and specific trauma-informed strategies you can use with them.

This experiential workshop is for both new and advanced professionals who wish to understand and apply trauma-informed services.

 

Learning Objectives:

• Define Trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences

• Summarize the impact of developmental trauma (adverse experiences) on long-term health and social issues

• Compare the difference between trauma-informed services and trauma-specific services

• Explain the importance of a trauma-informed approach to compassion fatigue prevention

• Apply a trauma-informed practice approach in you work

• Utilize trauma-informed strategies for symptoms of arousal (anxiety) and avoidance (depression)

• Examine additional resources on trauma-informed practice

 

Workshop Agenda:

Monday, November 25, 2019 in Mountain Time

 

Morning Session: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. 

• Review different types of trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences

• Summarize the impact of developmental trauma (adverse experiences) on longterm health and social issues

• Compare the difference between trauma-informed services and trauma-specific services

 

Lunch Break: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

 

Afternoon Session: 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. 

• Apply a trauma-informed practice approach in you work

• Utilize trauma-informed strategies, with client handouts, for symptoms of arousal (anxiety) including; client education and stabilization skills

• Utilize trauma-informed strategies, with client handouts, for symptoms of avoidance (depression) such as; client education, behavioural activation skills and client empowerment skills

• Discover additional resources on trauma-informed practice

 

Teaching Methods:

During this workshop you will learn through lecture, case study, group discussion and experiential practices and text book (included with registration fee).

 

Continuing Education:

There will be an optional post workshop quiz where upon successful completion you will be given a certificate of attendance.

This activity is approved by the NASW for 5.5 continuing education contact hours

 

Workshop Access:

Access to the replay will be sent via email within 24 hours of the training. You can download the slides and handouts. You will have access to the video replay for 30 days.

 

Instructor:

This workshop is taught by Charlene Richard, B.S.W, M.S.W., RSW who is a social worker in clinical practice and an instructor with the University of Calgary, Faculty of Social Work. Charlene has worked as a Subject Matter Expert on Trauma-Informed Practice and has delivered trauma-informed training internationally. She is the founder of Caring Safely® and the author of 20 Quick Strategies to Help Patients and Clients Manage Stress.

 

Registration:

The registration fee for this workshop is $179 USD and include the live workshop with 30 days access to the recorded replay, slides, workbook, additional resources, optional quiz for certificate of attendance and a code for a digital copy of 20 Quick Strategies to Help Patients and Clients Manage Stress.

Registration fees are in US Dollars and there are no refunds for this workshop.

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Additional Information:

  • Taxes not included where applicable
  • Registration fee of $179 is in US Dollars
  • Receipts will show US currency as well as local currency if you are outside the US
  • Please see the FAQ section below for additional information

 

If you have any problems with registration, please email us at team(at)caringsafely.org

 

LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE TO ENSURE STUDENTS RECEIVE THEY SUPPORT THEY NEED.

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""This was a great learning for me. I wasn't sure if I would like it, but Charlene, you kept it so interesting and it made the hours fly by... Some positive items I'd like to share: access to the site after training for the hand outs, a reminder to access our items we needed before the date closed and the QUIZ was available for Education credits as we are always looking for this as Social Workers. Thanks ! "

Trauma-Informed Practice Workshop Participant
Social Worker

Who is Trauma-Informed Practice For?

Trauma-Informed Practice is for people who work in helping professions such as (but not limited to):

Health Care Providers – nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, massage therapists, pharmacists, physicians, palliative care workers.

Mental Health Clinicians – psychologists, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, educational counsellors, psychiatric nurses, addiction counsellors, crisis counsellors, intake workers.

Teachers/Educators – teachers, teacher aids, school counsellors, principals, leadership.

Community Support Workers – child protection workers, case managers, home care support workers, community social workers.

How the training is delivered

Attend live, online, or watch the replay! The Trauma-Informed Practice workshop is delivered live, online on November 25, 2019, with access to the replay and materials for 30 Days.

Self-Paced Learning

Learn on your own schedule with 24 hours access to the recorded live session and downloadable worksheets/resources.

Live Support From Instructor

Optional live, online, session on November 25, 2019 with Charlene and your peers to ask questions and review case examples. These are recorded for those who can't attend live.

Textbook Included

Your registration includes a digital copy of Charlene's book 20 Quick Strategies to Help Patients and Clients Manage Stress.  

"“Excellent! It was really an engaging process. I was not able to attend it live but did the two sessions on two different evening as it fit into my schedule. I would absolutely recommend it. I think it definitely allows for much more flexibility to attend on your own schedule and as you time allows. I am happy to be able to print off a certificate that i can use the hours towards ACSW credits which is so valuable.”"

Trauma-Informed Practice Workshop Participant
Social Worker

Frequently Asked Questions

This training is for (but not limited to):

Health Care Providers – nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, massage therapists, pharmacists, physicians, palliative care workers.

Mental Health Clinicians – psychologists, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, educational counsellors, psychiatric nurses, addiction counsellors, crisis counsellors, intake workers.

Teachers/Educators – teachers, teacher aids, school counsellors, principals, leadership.

Community Support Workers – child protection workers, case managers, home care support workers, community social workers.

In order to access the content each week, you will need to log into a program with a username and password that you will create when you register.  If you have logged in and watched my free video training, then you have everything you need to access the course material.

There are video and audio files that you can watch/listen to. There are worksheets in Adobe Format that you can download. Adobe has a free program you can download to open the documents and there is a link to it inside the course platform.

You should have a basic understanding of logging into programs with a user name and password for this program.

Technically, these can be done on a desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone. Keep in mind there are worksheets to print in each module and this is not always available from tablet/phones.

You can download the slides and workbook to keep indefinitely, however, the video trainings are formatted and not downloadable.  You have access to them through the library for the duration of your program.

You will have the option to complete a quiz at the end of the program for a certificate of completion for 5.5 hours of continuing education.

It is up to you to see if your regulatory college will accept this training.

Trainings offered through Caring Safely® have been previously accepted for continuing education hours through various organizations, including: NASW (Missouri Chapter), the Alberta College of Social Workers (Category A), The BC Nurses Union. 

Here is information that you can provide your regulatory body for this training (you can copy and past it if you’d like):

In order for someone to receive a certificate of completion for this training through Caring Safely, they must complete a pre and post test, a program evaluation and a final quiz that contains no more than 10% true and false questions with a passing grade of 80% or higher. The trainer that has a Master of Social Work degree and is provided by an organization that has a privacy officer. The trainer’s credentials include a bachelor of social work, a masters of social work, a clinical registration to provide psychosocial restricted activities and over 10 years of direct clinical practice. The trainer is registered with the Alberta College of Social Workers (ACSW) (Registration #11958) and the Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW).  Caring Safely training has previous been accepted by both the Alberta College of Social Workers and the Canadian Association of Social Workers and is a certified education institute in Canada.

Signing up for continuing education is an investment of time and money. As we have limited registration spots available, we do not offer refunds, so please take the time you need to decide if this training program is for you. 

As of 2018, Caring Safely is a certified education institute in Canada and tuition for the Trauma-Informed Practice workshop is eligible for a tax deduction for those in a designated field. 

 

While Caring Safely is located in Canada, the nature of online training means that we have customers from various countries around the world, primarily in the United States. The US currency is the most widely recognized currency globally and for these reasons Caring Safely does charge registration fees in US dollars. We do our best to ensure people are aware of the currency by listing it on the course information page, the registration/payment form and the in purchase agreement.

Instructor Bio

Charlene Richard, B.S.W, M.S.W., RSW

Charlene is a registered social worker in Calgary, Alberta who has been working in addictions and mental health since 2005 in various settings, including; crisis shelters, university counselling centres, community health centres, primary care and private practice.

She has been providing training for individuals and organizations on compassion fatigue resilience and mental health since 2008.  Charlene is the founder of Caring Safely® a certified educational institute in Canada. She is also a sessional instructor with the University of Calgary, Faculty of Social Work and a Subject Matter Expert in Trauma-Informed Care. She is the author of 20 Quick Strategies to Help Patients and Clients Manage Stress.

 

Register Here

Additional Information:

  • Taxes not included where applicable
  • Registration fee of $179 is in US Dollars
  • Receipts will show US currency as well as local currency if you are outside the US
  • Please see the FAQ section below for additional information

 

If you have any problems with registration, please email us at team(at)caringsafely.org

 

LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE TO ENSURE STUDENTS RECEIVE THEY SUPPORT THEY NEED.

Click Here to Register for Trauma-Informed Practice Workshop
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