This training will lay the foundation for practices in trauma informed care in any work setting. It will also discuss trauma at the individual level, community level, as well as the impact of secondary trauma on staff and faculty.
- Be able to define concepts such as intergenerational trauma, the neurobiology of trauma, the behavioral consequences of trauma and the six major principles of Trauma Informed Care
- Obtain trauma informed interviewing techniques, supportive tactics as well as a space for participants to reflect on their own trauma responses and its impact on their work
Presented by the Office of Advocacy & Support
Designed for GW faculty and staff, the Raise Up GW REACH program seeks to build student Resilience by promoting Engagement with and Access to Campus Health and well-being resources. Faculty and staff have the opportunity to engage in workshops that will provide information about student well-being trends, availability of services, and how to make appropriate referrals to those services.
This session is for faculty and staff. Please register for this session with your GW email.