Trauma-Informed Care Supervision
JUNE 30, 2021 | 9:00am – 12:15pm
Deadline for registration is June 29
This training is approved for CE for social workers, counselors, and marriage and family therapists in the state of Ohio. This training is approved for prevention professionals in domain PS2 and clinical supervisors in domain S1.
Level of Course | 200 Intermediate
This training will present strategies to address trauma response in the supervisory relationship. Trauma Exposure Response can negatively impact staff’s ability to be engaged, supportive, motivated providers. Supervisors must be prepared to identify and address staff trauma responses. This training will define supervisory strategies to address trauma response in supervision. Course participants will be able to ask questions via webinar chat during the Q&A portion of the course.
- Define and describe Vicarious Traumatization, Secondary Traumatic Stress, Compassion Fatigue and Trauma Exposure Response.
- Describe the impact of trauma exposure on practitioners and their work.
- Identify and apply techniques that assess for Trauma Exposure Response.
- 9:00am – Introductions
- 9:15am – Define and describe terminology
- 9:45am – Discuss the changes that occur in Practioners and their work resulting from exposure to client’s trauma
- 10:15am – Assessment tools to identify Trauma Exposure in particpants and staff will be discussed
- 10:45am – Break
- 11:00am – Using the person-centered supervision model, supervisory strategies will be discussed and applied using case scenarios as related to preventing and addressing Vacrious Traumatization and Compassion Fatigue
- 11:30am – Q&A
- 12:15pm – Close
Participants are required to stay logged-in for the Q&A portion of the training for successful completion, as it is part of the educational portion of this course.
Jorie Schwartz, LISW-S
Community Lecturer, College of Social Work at Ohio State University
Jorie Schwartz has been a licensed social worker in Columbus for more than 20 years. She is a graduate of the MSW program at The Ohio State University and has worked primarily in the areas of community mental health and school-based prevention. Another area of interest she has is professional self-care. She has worked as a field coordinator and community lecturer in the College of Social Work at OSU and is now in what she describes as her “dream job” as Associate Professor of Social Work and Human Services at Columbus State Community College.
Angela Fry, LISW-S
Clinical Supervisor, Family Strengthening Division.
Angela Fry, MSW, LISW-S, graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Social Work and a Master of Science in Social Work. Angela’s first job out of school was at CHOICES, a local domestic violence agency in Columbus, Ohio, as a case manager for the women and children staying at the safe shelter. Angela then worked at Catholic Social Services for ten years in a variety of capacities: as a home-based clinician working with families involved with child protective services; as an individual, couple’s and group counseling clinician; and finally as the Clinical Supervisor of the Family Strengthening Division.
Evaluations will be distributed within 24 hours after the training via email. You will receive a link where you can submit the completed evaluation. Evaluations must be completed to receive CE credits. Certificates will be available to download once the once the evaluation is received.
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