Trauma Informed Practice 2 Workshop - Vancouver

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Pacific Autism Family Network

3688 Cessna Dr

Richmond, BC V7B 1C3

Canada

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Trauma Informed Practice Workshop - Led by Kim Barthel

Learning Objectives & Methods

  • Support professionals working with people who have experiences of trauma
  • Describe and model the necessary relational skills that can rewire trauma responses and change dis-regulated coping patterns
  • Emphasize practical trauma intervention strategies, combining compassionate dialoguing, sensory strategies and environmental alterations that help support the development of self-regulation and daily function
  • Explore and build on competency in trauma informed solutions, which requires knowing yourself, your triggers and projections, leading to enhanced relationships and healthy boundaries
  • Take part in an introduction and opportunity to become part of a Community of Practice

Schedule for the Day

Registration: 8:00-8:45am

Main Learning Event: 9:00-3:45pm (Lunch 12:00-1:00pm)

Next Steps Session: 4:00-5:00pm (This session is optional to attend)

9:00am - 12:00pm

Personal Attachment Patterns: Trauma triggers and Coping strategies

Mindfulness: Self-regulation and Co-regulation

Tuning in and Holding Space: Healthy Brain Rewiring and Reflection

1:00pm – 3:45pm

Practical Scripts and Skills: Compassionate Communication

Communication Skills: Non-verbal communication as information of trauma

Supporting Others: Use of Relational Interventions

Supporting Yourself: Setting and Honouring Boundaries for Yourself and Others

Optional Next Steps Session: Developing Communities of Practice 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Following the main learning event you are invited to be a part of an optional “next steps” 1 hour planning and information session led by Kim Barthel. This session will allow us to take the learning from Trauma Informed Practice principles and begin looking at ways that we can sustain trauma informed practice on a long-term basis through the establishment of a local community of practice. Registration for this session is not required; if you are interested in participating in this ongoing initiative but are unable to stay, you will still be welcome to be involved in the future.

For those with special dietary requirements, please provide your preference for vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free options.

Please print your Eventbrite confirmation and bring it with you as the confirmation ticket is your entry to the event (registration is between 8:00-8:45am)

Tickets for the February 13th workshop are still valid for this event.

Invitees and guests shall park only in parking stall numbers 1 through 15 and 80 through 95 and shall register their vehicles with reception. Additional parking can be found in the paid parking lot at the BCIT Aerospace Technology Campus or the Pacific Gateway Hotel, all located on Cessna Drive. Should the number of participants expected at the event be greater than 30, PAFN requests that participants be asked to park in the external lots (as noted above) to ensure adequate spaces for PAFN families and tenants.

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Pacific Autism Family Network

3688 Cessna Dr

Richmond, BC V7B 1C3

Canada

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Refund Policy

No Refunds

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