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WEB 1181 Trauma Informed Wellbeing: a case study (FREE Mental Health Awareness Week Webinar)

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This webinar is FREE and open to all members. Please email amira.rady@ilpa.org.uk to book your place. 

The interwoven, multi-layered and intersectional nature of trauma, and the experiences of staff, volunteers and supporters, mean that human rights organisations and frontline services have very distinct requirements and considerations relating to the wellbeing of staff and wider organisational health. This webinar will explore how applying a trauma informed lens to staff wellbeing can enable both individuals, and the organisation as a whole, to recognise and respond to this inherent risk of trauma exposure. 

The webinar will conclude by presenting an organisations experience of developing and implementing a Trauma Informed Wellbeing Framework to support an organisational wide approach to reducing and mitigating these risks.

This session is not a vicarious trauma training session, although it will discuss the inherent risks of providing services to and for trauma survivors and the resulting considerations for staff wellbeing.

Details

Date:
May 10
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Event Tags:
Tutor details:
Leanne Dagger, Wellbeing Lead at Freedom from Torture
Tutor biographies:
Leanne is the Wellbeing Lead at Freedom from Torture, a British registered charity which provides therapeutic care, and medico-legal services for survivors of torture. With a background in Public Health and Safeguarding, she has worked in the NHS and charity sector for 20years delivering and leading services aimed at addressing inequalities and promoting welfare, inclusivity and accessibility.

Leanne is passionate about promoting wellbeing as an essential strategy in workplace culture, influencing systems to effectively support individuals and our wider communities. 
 
CPD Hours:
1.5
Venue:
Zoom
Aim of Course:
To introduce how an organisation can recognise and respond to the inherent risks of trauma exposure upon its workforce. Informing on both the individual and the wider organisation considerations which can mitigate the risks inherent within human rights work.
To share learning and best practise relating to the development and application of a Trauma Informed Wellbeing Framework.
 
Spaces Left:
53
Level:
Intermediate
Audience:
This webinar is open to all ILPA members, but will be of particular interest to NGOs, frontline organisations, Law Centres and any organisation working with vulnerable clients who have experienced trauma.
Methods:
Webinar with case studies
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