Trauma Informed Organisation
This 1-day workshop is designed to help people in leadership positions implement systemic changes to create trauma informed organisations.
When organisations provide a trauma-informed approach at every level, the quality of psychological safety rises, and clients, customers, and staff are less likely to be re-traumatised or traumatise others. Also, when embedded and communicated well, systems informed by trauma-informed principles remove mental and emotional barriers many traumatised people face. When policies, procedures and relevant systems present an integrated approach to viewing trauma, staff find it easier to align their own trauma-informed practices with greater success.
Who should attend?
The Trauma Informed Organisation is for leaders, team leaders, managers, executives, and People & Culture teams who would like to systemise an organisation around trauma-informed principles.
How to reduce the incidence of trauma and re-traumatisation in service delivery
How to recognise trauma in service delivery staff
Understand Trauma Informed Practice principles, and how to measure them
Translate change management principles to TI practices that enhance the necessary paradigm shift
Audit your service’s journey towards becoming a trauma-informed organisation
Identify common barriers and solutions to implementation
Create your personal roadmap for implementing TI framework
Learn skills in being a trauma-informed advocate
• Comprehensive participant manual with references for further reading.
• Participants will leave with a toolbox of practical resources.
$295 per person
Training & Support to confirm
Public trainings: Nurturing, comfortable and convenient venues. Tea, coffee and catered morning tea and afternoon tea is included.
Training Terms & Conditions
to reschedule. Please contact us and state clearly the date of your current booking and your preferred alternate date and location.
Full course refund
if more than 2 weeks notice. (less third party fees and charges).
if less than 2 weeks notice.
if less than 1 week notice.
Introduction to Mental Health
This 90 minute introduction to mental health and wellbeing is designed as the first step towards providing an understanding of what mental health is. Through this understanding participants undertake activities to reflect on their own mental health and wellbeing and develop an action plan to support improvements where needed.
Tailored to request