Trauma Informed Supervision: Strategies to Avoid Burnout
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Trauma Informed Supervision: Strategies to Avoid Burnout

3/18/2019
When: Monday, March 18, 2019
9:00 AM
Where: Loyola Chicago-Schreiber Center
16 East Pearson Street
Chicago, Illinois  60611
United States
Contact: IMHCA
815-787-0515

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Trauma Informed Supervision:
Strategies to Avoid Burnout (6 CEs)



 

 

  Presenter Dr. Toni Tollerud

Specific Topics:

  • Therapists who work with populations experiencing high levels of trauma need intentional supervision that will help them address the complex issues of their clients as well as how they may be reacting psychologically and emotionally in the situations. Supervisors have a responsibility to assess these reactions in the supervisee, and, if necessary, to offer strategies and referrals that will maintain wellness and effectiveness.  This workshop will review the critical factors of a trauma-informed system of care and how supervisors can infuse this into their clinical supervision. It will explore theoretical approaches to trauma-informed supervision including a reflective supervision model.  Additionally, participants will consider trauma within the intersectionality of gender, race, and class, and how it needs to align with the mission of social justice. Finally, participants will review the psychoeducational aspects of vicarious trauma and compassion fatigue, and look at evidence-based strategies to promote self-care and wellness with supervisees.

     Learning Objectives:

    As a result of participating in this workshop, professionals will:

    • 1.    Review the critical factors of a trauma-informed system of care and how this informs clinical supervision
    • 2.    Develop a comprehensive understanding of the effects and complexity of trauma, its potential behavioral manifestations and best practices to address the needs of clients
    • 3.    Understand and recognize trauma as interpersonal and sociopolitical agent in supervision
    • 4.    Consider the intersectionality of gender, race, and class, in the creation of a trauma-informed system of care and how this needs to align with the mission of social justice in clinical supervision
    • 5.    Analyze how reflective supervision can be used to reduce re-traumatization and reinforce personal integrity
    • 6.    Review strategies used in supervision to reduce burnout and address compassion fatigue
Location:
Loyola Chicago
Schreiber Center
16 East Pearson Street
Chicago, IL 60611
Room: 10th Floor Boardroom


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Registrations, cancelled before seven days prior to the workshop less a $20 administration fee. For all trainings there is a $20 cancellation fee. No refunds can be made seven days prior to the workshop. Workshops may be cancelled or rescheduled due to  circumstances beyond our control. IMHCA is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of substitution, alteration, or cancellation of an event. IMHCA shall assume no liability whatsoever in the event that a workshop is cancelled, rescheduled or postponed due to a fortuitous event, Act of God, unforeseen occurrences or any other event that renders performance of this conference impracticable, illegal or impossible. For purposes of this clause, a fortuitous event shall include, but not be limited to: war, fire, labor strike, extreme weather or other emergency. IMHCA will make every effort to offer a substitution event in the case IMHCA cancels because of a fortuitous event or Act of God.

 

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