Training – THRIVE: How do we create wellbeing and stability when faced with uncertainty and vicarious trauma?
THRIVE: How do we create wellbeing and stability when faced with uncertainty and vicarious trauma?
Building on the success of our Vicarious Trauma to Vicarious Resilience training, we are pleased to introduce our new training module – THRIVE: How do we create wellbeing and stability when faced with uncertainty and vicarious trauma?
This two-half day training session is designed for professionals supporting people impacted by emotional and physical trauma. In a professional adult learning environment, this session provides an opportunity for participants to:
- Increase understanding of burnout, compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma
- Work together to develop and build on understanding of vicarious resilience, compassion satisfaction and post-traumatic growth
- Apply a resilience framework and explore organisational and individual strategies that cultivate resilience
Drawing on the extensive knowledge and specialist experience of trauma at The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre, our trainers will apply our Creating a State of Thriving conceptual model to explore the resilience framework comprised of organisational and individuals’ strategies that strengthen professional practice and development of vicarious resilience.
Who should attend this course?
This course is designed for professionals supporting people impacted by emotional and physical trauma – this could include workers who work with clients impacted by trauma and/or are exposed to traumatic material such as people’s stories of trauma, reports with trauma content, reading material, legal reports, compensation claims, visual trauma material and media content.
Date: 20-21 September, 9.30am-12pm
This training will be delivered over two days, with a two-and-a-half-hour session each day. Participants must attend both sessions.
Where: Online via MS Teams