CFCC 1090: Trauma Informed Organization
Each of these Trauma-Informed Career Development Practice workshops are evidence-based courses that reflect current trauma research. They provide career development professionals and organizations with informed skills and strategies to identify challenges, along with tangible tools to work effectively with individuals who have a history of trauma and are engaging in career development. These courses are not intended to train CDPs to diagnose trauma in their clients but are intended to provide CDPs with the tools to help clients through instruction, deep discussions and specific case studies/strategies.
This course offers strategies and tools to foster an organization that realizes trauma exists in both clients and staff, recognizes the signs and symptoms in the workplace and responds in ways such that career professionals are supported to work in trauma-informed ways by both policies and colleagues.
- Prevalence and impacts of trauma on staff, clients, and business outcomes
- Rethinks ways of working from client interactions to mentally healthy psychologically safe workplaces.
- Explores approaches for adoption of trauma-informed organizational practices through systems-based tiered models, change management theories, and referral networks
It is ideal if you have already taken CFCC 1070: Trauma Informed Career Development Practice
This class is offered in a fully online (asynchronous) delivery mode from May 5 – 25, 2024
To register call 604 527 5472 and quote CRN 21030
- Language: English