Building Resiliency in the Face of Secondary Trauma – Part 2 of 3
Wednesday, April 21, 2021 | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. MT
In this training with Andrew R Laue, LCSW, you will learn how secondary trauma impacts the entire brain and body structure, and secondary trauma interventions that are designed to have maximal effectiveness in targeting all the zones that are impacted by the induced trauma.
- Increased awareness of the body and conscious body practices.
- The development of boundaries between personal and professional world, and the self and the client.
- The development of supportive group processes in the work environment that legitimates the ubiquitous nature of secondary trauma.
These resources have been organized into a Toolbox of Resiliency. Resiliency is the goal of secondary trauma work. It is key to recognize the essential traumatic nature of doing effective human service work and then to develop a set of individualized resources that allow workers to effectively be resilient in the face of this traumatic onslaught. Resiliency does not just limit the toxicity of trauma, but it creates the potential to transform toxic distress into strength. The goal of resiliency practice is to create post-traumatic growth, meaning that the life and body of the worker is enhanced and strengthened, not merely salvaged from the toxicity of trauma.
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April 7, 2021- Building Resiliency in the Face of Secondary Trauma- Part 1 of 3
April 21, 2021- Building Resiliency in the Face of Secondary Trauma- Part 2 of 3. To register to click here.
May 5, 2021- Building Resiliency in the Face of Secondary Trauma- Part 3 of 3
May 19, 2021