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Trauma Informed, Resiliency Oriented Tools for SUPERVISORS!

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September 11, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Nan Carmack
Trauma Informed, Resiliency Oriented Tools for SUPERVISORS!

Join Dr. Ami Roeschlein, with the National Council for Behavioral Health, for the second installment of TIRCS training, this time specifically for Supervisors!

General concerns and anxieties can be difficult to manage during the best of situations, but what happens when you are trying to manage them during an international pandemic and provide supportive leadership? Demands on our time, focus and emotions at work, lead us all to a level of exhaustion that is unhealthy for ourselves, our patrons and our organizations.

In a time where we are being asked to do more with less, join us to practice infusing Trauma Informed, Resilience-Oriented Care principles into our supervision work. This will re-energize us in our work and adapt our leadership styles to minimize the impact of anxiety on our staff during this unprecedented time to increase our staff’s job satisfaction and engagement.

Outcomes for this webinar include:

  1. Recognize the impact anxiety has on staff productivity, and how to lessen the impact
  2. Explore the Trauma-Informed (TI) Principles and how to integrate into your current supervision practice.
  3. Develop their own TI Supervisory Disclosure form and understand the importance of transparency in the supervisory relationship
  4. Identify what they need to Keep, Change, Start and Stop in their current practice to increase supervisee engagement and satisfaction.

If you did not attend it, please view the TIRCS 101 webinar recording, in preparation for this training.


Register HERE.

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