| MENTAL WELLNESS|
& RESILIENCE SERIES
|MENTAL WELLNESS & RESILIENCE|
|Workforce Wellness: Building Resilience During Stress & Uncertainty |
There are things we can do to increase our capacity to bounce back.
Learn about how to make stress manageable from a brain perspective.
· See the positive and negative effects of stress on our functioning
· Learn about common resilience boosters
· Learn how the brain interprets certain activities as more soothing
· Appreciate daily/routine “self-care” as it builds resilience in
times of uncertainty
|Workforce Wellness: Self-care at Work |
Many of us experience consistent changes with fewer resources. Being
flexible is important now more than ever. Delve deep into enriching
your self-care in simple ways to support yourself fuller in your life and work.
· Using the pinwheel of meeting needs on you and your work
· Recognizing and building patterns
· Enhancing your sensory lifestyle
· Crossing the midline
· Using the pinball effect to enhance your self-care
|Workforce Wellness: Avoiding Burnout |
Your resilience reservoir may close to empty. Learn about burnout,
vicarious, and secondary trauma. Explore gentle ideas to support you during these challenging times.
· Recognizing and meeting YOUR needs
· Routine and emergency refueling self-care
· Crisis plans
· Coming back from the edge
|UNDERSTANDING TRAUMA SERIES|
|Understanding Trauma: Science, Hope and Healing Part 1 |
Trauma is common in our society; trauma can have impacts across the
lifespan. Learn basics of trauma informed care.
· Define trauma and trauma informed care
· Explore societal impacts of the Adverse Childhood Experience Study
· Understand possible lasting impact of toxic stress on development
· Recognizing flight, fight, and freeze
· The Science of Trauma
|Understanding Trauma: Science, Hope and Healing Part 2 |
Take the next step from being trauma informed to being trauma
transformed. Increase your ability to recognize trauma as it affects
you, your co-workers and clients. Note: Parts 1 & 2 cover Trauma
Informed Oregon’s Standards of Trauma Informed Practice: 1a and 3a.
· Review trauma, brain states, and the 4 Rs
· Learn about secondary and vicarious trauma
· Explore creating a culture of trauma informed care
· Define secondary and vicarious trauma
· A culture of trauma informed care
· Trauma Informed System
|Understanding Trauma: Your Team and Your Clients |
Its time to implement being trauma informed into your organization. In this 3 hour course, we will do several activities to assist you as you move forward. Review of 3 Es, 4Rs and other key concepts included.
· begin a basic organizational assessment
· discuss priorities of next steps
· create an identity wheel
· identify hotspots in for your staff and your clients
· gauging burnout
Your team is unique. Get consultation on your needs, group and clients to serve and support.