Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm AEST
Psychological trauma can occur when a person is unable to cope with a distressing or overwhelming event.
Clinicians, frontline staff, supervisors, managers and other professionals can experience vicarious trauma when hearing about another person’s trauma and witnessing their associated distress. Over time, this work-related exposure to clients’ trauma can have a significant impact on health and wellbeing.
This workshop will explore different types of trauma, and how they can impact staff and organisations. Factors that enhance and undermine resilience will be discussed. We will also outline strategies that you can use to manage vicarious trauma and maintain your wellbeing at work, and at home.
At the end of this workshop, you'll be able to:
Organisations, employees and clinicians from all sectors who work with or support clients who are experiencing challenging circumstances.
Felicity McCudden is a program facilitator at Relationships Australia Victoria. Tertiary qualified in behavioural science, workplace assessment and psychotherapy, Felicity is an inspiring learning facilitator with extensive experience in technical and soft skills training. She is a passionate leadership coach with a proven track record in supporting individuals and groups through periods of change.
Please note that you'll need access to the following to participate in this workshop:
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