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Preparing for a Trauma Informed Discussion about Workplace Return
How will you navigate the return to onsite work with your colleagues? This session provides a framework for departmental discussions about trauma and self-care and helps supervisors develop a preemptive, trauma-informed approach to burnout, Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS) and Vicarious Trauma (VT). Using a train the facilitator approach, participants will identify protective factors and create individual and organizational prevention strategies. This facilitated discussion was created to meet the needs of youth and client serving organizations to provide a framework for departmental discussions about trauma and self-care. Developed by members of the Loudoun County Trauma Informed Community Network.

Content covered:
• Identify areas of trauma-informed policy and practice to support onsite return.
• Provide framework for departmental discussions about trauma and self-care.
• Understand risk factors and impact of exposure to trauma of others.
• Identify differences between burnout and Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS) and Vicarious Trauma (VT).
• Identify types of stress and protective factors.
• Identify and plan for individual and organizational prevention strategies.
Who should attend?
Leaders, supervisors and practitioners

Jun 29, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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