Wednesday, 05. June 2019, Family Intervention Services, Trauma-Informed Clinical Supervision: June 5, 2019

Workshop Description
The vast majority of individuals seeking services in behavioral health, child welfare, and shelter settings have personal histories of trauma. Providing trauma-informed care requires the practitioner to deliver services that recognize the impact trauma has on individuals, families and communities, and respond with trauma-informed practices to prevent retraumatization. It is necessary for those working with trauma survivors to understand the potential this work has on them and the risk it poses for vicarious traumatization.
Trauma-informed clinical supervision is focused on teaching trauma-informed practices as well as preparing supervisees for the impact of vicarious trauma and its management. The same trauma-informed care values embodied in the helper-client relationship frame the supervisor-supervisee relationship. Trauma-informed clinical supervision is both reflective and relational.
This 5-hour workshop will provide the participant with a framework for trauma-informed supervision, which includes trauma-informed and reflective supervision components, and recognition and management of secondary traumatic stress in the helper. Participants will learn skills for relationship building, recognizing secondary stress and vicarious traumatization, and fostering resilience in supervisees and themselves.
*It is expected that participants will have a basic understanding of Trauma-Informed Care.
Workshop Objectives:
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

Describe signs and management of burnout, secondary traumatic stress, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma in supervisees.
Define trauma-informed care principles.
Describe components of trauma-informed supervision and reflective supervision.
Demonstrate trauma-informed supervision skills.
Identify practices that promote resilience in supervisees and supervisors.

10:00am                  Sign In of Registered Participants
                                Introduction and Overview
10:10am                  Compassion Satisfaction and Compassion Fatigue Assessment

Dyad Activity, Large Group Processing

10:35am                  Defining Burnout, Secondary Traumatic Stress, Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Trauma & Recognizing Signs in the Worker/Therapist

Video Clip, Lecture        

11:05am                  Managing Secondary Traumatic Stress, Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Trauma in Supervisees

Lecture, Large Group Discussion

11:20am                  Self-Care for Supervisors and Supervisees

Dyad Activity – Self-Care Plan

11:40am                  Definitions: Trauma/Traumatic Stress, Sociocultural Factors, Trauma-Informed Core Values and Principles

Lecture, Large Group Discussion

11:55am                  Integrating Trauma Informed Care Principles into Supervision

Large Group Discussion

12:10pm                  Trauma-Informed Supervision: Priorities, Components and Supervisor Roles

Lecture, Large Group Discussion

12:35pm                  LUNCH
1:35pm                    Reflective Supervision Elements, Structure and Parallel Process

Large Group Activity: Role Play
Video Clip , Small Group Discussion

2:45pm                    Putting Knowledge into Action: Compassion Satisfaction, Vicarious Resilience and Transformation

Dyad Activity   

3:45pm                    Summary and Evaluation

Trauma-Informed Clinical Supervision: June 5, 2019

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