Training – Wellbeing and Sustainability for Primary Prevention Practitioners
Wellbeing and Sustainability for Primary Prevention Practitioners
Designed for practitioners working in the prevention of violence against women and family violence or gender equality roles.
As we work towards preventing this violence from happening, we are working with data and stories informed by people’s lived experience of violence in the midst of creating long term change, in a continually evolving environment.
In this professional environment, this training workshop provides opportunity for participants to:
- Explore the drivers and elements of burnout, compassion fatigue, moral distress and vicarious trauma
- Gain an understanding of vicarious resilience, compassion satisfaction and moral resilience in a prevention of violence against women and family violence context
- Explore some of the challenges and opportunities specific to working in primary prevention
- Explore resilience framework, organisational and individual strategies that strengthen professional practice and practitioner sustainability
Cost: Free for December session – Fully booked
Cost: $70 for April session
Duration: 3.5 hours