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Staff Communication using the Trauma Informed Model: Relationship Building with the Trauma Client
January 22, 2019 @ 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM$60.00Get Tickets
Relationship Building with the Trauma Client
CEU: None per CCL for Administrators but good for mandatory in-service hours for all staff.
FOR: GH,STRTP, ARF,RCFE
PRICE: $60 Group discount available for 2 or more.
When applicable, Early Bird Discount can be seen at checkout.
Relationship Building with the Trauma Client is the first course in a 3 part series on Trauma Informed Communication.The Trauma informed staff member or agency will fully seek out appropriate measures to teach and have daily check ins that help the client deal with possible flash backs to trauma related events; or the frustration of PTSD that is featured in our clients’s struggles with basic friendships, sleeping patterns and volatile outbursts when given instructions they are not sure how to accomplish.
We stress what clients can’t do (Rules) in many forms throughout our agencies. Consequences, Group limitations, Home pass regulation just to name a few. These all have a place in progressive discipline for a client but should not be the basis for which the agency stands on. It should be on finding what motivates, and produces a relationship that open(s) an individual up to facing the issues that are currently challenged with.
Relationships refer to the interactions or connections people have with each other. If strong positive and meaningful relationships are desired or needed, steps must be set into motion to achieve those goals. If a building is to be strong, its foundation must be laid properly, and relationships are no different. Relationships that are built on shaky or shoddy foundations can easily crumble. In other words, relationships that are important will be given the attention needed to help them grow and maintain stability.
In true Trauma Informed principles: we are seeking what safe things, i.e.: experiences, creating positive self- regulation, for our clients which creates a willingness to share. Once the client is willing and feels safe the door is open to therapy that is not only felt by the individual but the family as well as by the staff, who can now create a dynamic and impact plan or healing.
Also in this 3 part Trauma Informed Communication training series
Session Two: Role of the caregiver and Core Practices utilized
Session Three:Self Reflection and Our Purpose
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