Professional Development

Culturally Responsive Trauma-Informed Care (for Aboriginal Workers only)

Community sector workers are often supporting people with complex and interpersonal trauma in ways that help recover, manage, and rebuild their lives. Chronic exposure to trauma can be impactful which leads to burnout, fatigue, and chronic health issues.

 

This workshop will coverKey Takeaways from this training
Complex and Collective TraumaImproved understanding of culturally responsive trauma

informed care

Culturally Responsive Trauma Informed CareApplying Trauma Informed Care in everyday practise
Trans generational impacts and Vicarious TraumaIncreasing worker well-being strategies

 

Who should attend this workshop?

For Aboriginal workers working in TEI-funded organisations in Western Sydney Nepean Blue Mountains Area.

Facilitator

 

 

This event is part of the ‘Aboriginal Workforce Development Program’, a partnership between Blacktown City Council and LEAD.

 

More Information

LEAD, ph (02) 9620 6172 or email info@leadpda.org.au

Code: AW2442

Artwork by © Amy Allerton, Contemporary Aboriginal Artist of the Gamilaroi, Gumbaynggirr and Bundjalung Nations.

REPRODUCED WITH PERMISSION AND GRATITUDE.

The event is finished.

Aboriginal Workforce Development Program

Date

Tuesday 08 November 2022
Expired!

Time

9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

More Info

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Labels

Aboriginal Workforce Development Program

Location

Kimberwalli
1 Mimika Ave, Whalan NSW 2770

Cost

  • Non-Member: $45.00 + GST
  • Aboriginal Workers of TEI Funded Services: FREE

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