NZ$140 – NZ$160

Understanding Trauma and Supporting Worker Well-being

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McFaddens Centre

64 McFaddens Road

Christchurch, Canterbury 8052

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Designed for supervisors, this workshop provides an overview of relational trauma, and then explores indirect trauma impacts on workers.

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Designed for supervisors, this workshop provides an overview of relational trauma, and then explores indirect trauma impacts on workers and ways to mitigate these in supervision.

By the end of this workshop participants will be able to:

  • Define relational trauma
  • Apply the SPHERE model to help understand and assess trauma impacts
  • Identify Vicarious trauma, Compassion fatigue, Burnout and Secondary Traumatic Stress
  • Describe and explore the transactional dynamics of parallel process and counter-transference
  • Apply reflective practice based questions and tools
  • Apply the Three Houses tool in supervision
  • Describe ways to prevent Secondary Traumatic Stress

Introducing…..

Dr Nicki Weld is currently a national social work advisor for Stand Children Services. She is also a Director of CNZN Ltd, New Zealand, which provides training, facilitation, supervision, consultancy and solutions for child protection and social service management and workers. Nicki is the author of E Ko te Matakahi – Therapeutic Social Work, A Practical Guide to Transformative Supervision for the Helping Professions, The Whole Sphere – Supporting well-being, and recovery from relational trauma, The Three Houses Tool - A handbook for application. She is the primary creator of the Three Houses tool used internationally.

morning tea and lunch provided

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McFaddens Centre

64 McFaddens Road

Christchurch, Canterbury 8052

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