Trauma Informed Workshop
par The John Howard Society of Nova Scotia
- mercredi, 30 mai 2018 de 9:00 Matin à 4:00 Après-midi (HAA)
- NS GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES UNION 255 JOHN SAVAGE DRIVE, DARTMOUTH, NS (BURNSIDE) , Dartmouth, NS B3B 0J3
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This workshop will help justice, health, education, child welfare, and community-based workers to better understand violence and trauma, and develop practical strategies for providing the support and services people identify are needed.
PRESENTERS: ART FISHER, Executive Director, Family Service of Western Nova Scotia (FSWNS) and Co-Founder, Nova Scotia Trauma Informed Network. NANCY MACDONALD, Executive Director, Family Service of Eastern Nova Scotia (FSENS) and Co-Founder, Nova Scotia Trauma Informed Network. Art and Nancy are internationally recognized for their workshops.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided. Free parking available. Certificates of Participation will be provided.
Registration $115.00 includes HST. HST#118975093RT0001
LEARNING OBJECTIVES WILL BUILD ON THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL OF PARTICIPANTS ACROSS SUPPORT WORK AND THERAPEUTIC CONTEXTS, AND WILL INCREASE PARTICIPANT CAPACITY TO WORK WITH:
• THE TOPICS OF VIOLENCE AND TRAUMA IN SUPPORTIVE AND/OR THERAPEUTIC CONVERSATIONS
• MEN'S UNIQUE EXPERIENCES OF GENDER, VIOLENCE AND TRAUMA
• STRENGTHS-BASED PRACTICES HONORING PERSONAL AGENCY, KNOWLEDGE OF VIOLENCE, AND SKILL AT RESPONDING TO VIOLENCE
• ENHANCED COMPETENCE AT ADDRESSING SYSTEMS REPLICATIONS OF INTERPERSONAL AND STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE
• ATTENTION TO THE DISCOURSE ON WORKER "VICARIOUS TRAUMA”
• ENHANCED COLLABORATION WITH THE PEOPLE WE SERVE, AND WITH EACH OTHER AS WORKERS, THROUGH RESPONDING TOGETHER WITH REINVIGORATING "COLLABORATIVE INTELLIGENCE"
• INCREASED SKILL AT CASE MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATING INTERVENTION WITH EARLY INTERVENTION, PREVENTION, AND HEALTH PROMOTION
SPONSORED BY: The John Howard Society of NS; FREEMAN HOUSE & Family Service of Western Nova Scotia Supporting every Youth and Family to be included in safe and sustainable communities, and to be contributors to a diverse and thriving Region! Nova Scotia Justice Correctional Services and Family Service of Eastern Nova Scotia.