Tuesdays April 11, 18, and 25, 2023
11:00am-1:00pm PT / 1:00pm-3:00pm CT
Hosted by Minnesota Council of Nonprofits
Acknowledging and effectively intervening in stress and trauma builds a resilient workforce better able to manage crisis in our lives, organization, and community. But what does it mean to be trauma-informed, and how can nonprofits build such an environment for their own teams?
In this workshop, participants will:
- Learn a shared vocabulary of trauma-informed language
- Define and learn research-based strategies to prevent vicarious trauma (including second-hand trauma exposure for indirect service staff)
- Develop skills around individual coping and resilience
- Explore what it means to be a trauma-informed workplace through a community care model
- Apply principles of trauma-informed workplace to your organization
- Identify and implement the 8 components of Trauma-informed supervision
- Implement all of these concepts and skills in a strengths-based framework grounded in the understanding of and response to the impact of trauma to approach relationships
This workshop is geared toward supervisors looking to build their skills in recognizing and managing stress responses.
This training takes place over the course of three days: April 11, 18, and 25, from 1 – 3 p.m. CST each day.
$129 for NAWA Members (Check the member resources page for the coupon code)
$169 for Not-Yet Members. Interested in becoming a member? Find more information here.
You will register for this course with the host, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits.
Nonprofit Association of Washington is proud to partner on this event hosted by Minnesota Council of Nonprofits.
Please contact the organizer with questions about this event.