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Trauma Informed Care in the Workplace - Shared screen with speaker view
Sheree Brown
51:49
ok thank you!
Allie Rasmussen
01:05:03
That it is "safe" to ask questions without worry about negative consequences
Carrie Wichman
01:05:46
Feeling that sharing ideas are welcomed and encouraged.
Sheree Brown
01:05:59
I feel as though there are varying definitions of safety, and people often conflate that with comfortability. Which can actually be dangerous at times.
Lorin Wakefield
01:09:56
Really appreciate the conversation on the distinction of comfort and safety!
Lorin Wakefield
01:10:43
Can we also get a link to the SAMSHA document that was shared in the presentation.
Lorin Wakefield
01:11:21
Thank you!
Carrie Wichman
01:11:31
Trust to me is when someone aligns words with actions
Carrie Wichman
01:25:21
I'd invite them to share more with me and show them I care about their feelings
Taylor Romero
01:25:23
I think I would first apologize and remind them I am their friend then try and find out what happened
Sheree Brown
01:26:08
I understand that trust was broken, and you have every right to feel what you feel. (reiterating that it wasn’t their fault)
Allie Rasmussen
01:30:16
I would say thank you for sharing and see if there is an opportunity to talk about how this isn't their fault
Sheree Brown
01:30:23
Reiterating that they’re not alone, and revert back to the strengths and resources. remind them of their sovereignty. and that they didn’t deserve.
Allie Rasmussen
01:33:51
Wow that sounds really hard. Would you want to talk about ideas for working through these emotions?
Taylor Romero
01:34:00
I would tell them that they are not alone and that they don't have to always hold it together. Crying in the bathroom at work is the best sometimes.
Carrie Wichman
01:38:10
Thank you, the information shared has been very helpful.
Taylor Romero
01:38:51
One thing that I found very interesting was that you can develop an autoimmune disorder from trauma. I was just recently diagnosed with an autoimmune disease so that was something I never considered!
Allie Rasmussen
01:40:07
This was very helpful. Thank you
Jill Sohlden
01:40:16
Thank you for the informative training!
Sheree Brown
01:40:53
Thank you!
Taylor Romero
01:40:55
Thank you!