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SURVIVING COMPASSION FATIGUE, AKA, SECONDARY AND VICARIOUS TRAUMA: THE IMPORTANCE OF SELF-CARE

This highly interactive training is designed to address the self-care needs of those working with children, youth and adults impacted by traumatic life events.

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Building Professional Resiliency and Overcoming Compassion Fatigue

In this course, trainees will learn powerful tools that are critical elements of professional resiliency and integrate them into your professional life immediately.

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Burnout or Brighten Up – Stress and Burnout in Social Work

In this course, trainees will learn the principles of and contributors to stress and understand the necessary approach to our wok to avoid burnout.

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Child Fatalities – What About the Trauma

In this course, trainees will identify systemic and individual responses to a child fatality and symptoms of vicarious trauma.

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The Formula for Maintaining a Positive Morale During Change

This workshop reviews the challenges and benefits of organizational change and reviews basic tools for being successful in going through change, including the impact of differences of culture, perspective and templates.

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Healing the Healer: Transforming Secondary Traumatic Stress Through Intentional Creativity

Description of Course: This experiential course uses Intentional Creativity, which includes painting and mindfulness practices—to give child welfare professionals personalized tools to rejuvenate, prevent and heal secondary traumatic stress (STS) and burnout so they can best serve their clients while maintaining vibrant health.

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Management Transition Training: Together Everyone Achieves Milestones

In this course, trainees will learn about the organizational shift to strength-based teamwork, and the parallel processes of individual and teamwork.

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Personal Safety for Child Welfare Social Workers: Practical Steps to Safety

In this course, trainees will learn what is meant by violence in the workplace.
Using case vignettes, trainees will identify and describe three risk factors for child welfare workers and articulate practical steps which the worker could take to reduce the identified risks.

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Sustainability as a Child Welfare Worker: Building Resiliency

In this course, trainees will examine the definition of burnout and vicarious/secondary trauma, distinguish how vicarious trauma and burnout are different and how they may intersect, and improve the ability to identify symptoms of vicarious/secondary trauma and burnout.

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Time Management for Child Welfare Services Personnel

This course is designed to improve participants’ time management and as a result improve outcomes. This course will help the participant get organized, and stay organized. The focus will be on getting things done with less effort and help participants set priorities and stay focused.

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Trauma Exposure and Response in the Workplace

For more than a decade now, terms such as Secondary Trauma, Vicarious Traumatization and Compassion Fatigue have been incorporated into the common vernacular. This training, however, will attempt to personalize these terms, explain their differences in detail, help raise awareness of early warning signs, and offer strategies to counter the sometimes debilitating effects on professionals.

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Trauma Resource Institute: Community Resiliency Model

In this course, trainees will review the concepts of the Community Resiliency Model and how to use the skills from this model for self-care.

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The Worker-Supervisor Formula for Applying Learning in the Field (TOL)

In this course, trainees will learn how to assist workers to transfer learning from the training classroom to the job.

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