Blacktown RSL, Blacktown, NSW- Friday, 21st August 2020
In this one day workshop the following areas of Vicarious Trauma will be covered:
- What is Vicarious trauma and is it different to burn out and compassion fatigue?
- How do I know if I am suffering from Vicarious trauma?
- What do I need to do if I feel that I am suffering from Vicarious Trauma?
- What methods can I use in my workplace to help me to not suffer from Vicarious Trauma?
- Process what has been covered in the workshop to better reflect, understand and apply the information regarding Vicarious Trauma presented in the
By attending this workshop, the following areas will be better understood:
- Gain greater awareness of the impact of Vicarious Trauma on myself and my work place
- Awareness of how I need the organisation I work for to support the trauma work I am involved with
- Ability to be aware of where I am in the vicarious matrix
- Keeping myself emotionally healthy and resilient
Suitable for: Counsellors and/or group workers working in the field of trauma or those who are interested in this area of work and
the impact that vicarious trauma can have on the helping professions.
When: Friday, 21st August 2020 from 9.30am to 4.30pm.
Where: Blacktown RSL, Second Avenue, Blacktown NSW
Cost: The early bird booking is $275.00 if registration occurs before 21st July (GST included). The fee for registrations after the
21st July is $330.00 (GST included). Morning tea and lunch are provided.
To register: Register and complete payment below. A Tax Invoice will be emailed to you. The payment needs to be completed before the
workshop occurs, for the registration to be fully confirmed.
Facilitator: Toni Hubble
Toni has worked in the group work field for 20 years. Throughout this time frame her fields of work have varied extensively. Pertaining to Vicarious
Trauma, Toni hase been appreciative to be involved in, amongst other areas of work, two distinct areas of trauma. The first working with Vietnam
veterans co-facilitating a 5 day live in program with veterans and their wives. The second area currently involves with is working with Forgotten
Australians and the impact institutional life and childhood trauma has had on them throughout their lives. Combat trauma and childhood trauma and
both very different and similar at the same time. The resulting impact on the aging adult is profound and weighs heavily on the outcomes for the
person post the trauma events.She has been able to both see and feel the impact that working in the trauma field can have on an individual worker
and the organisation that is supporting the worker. These experiences have not only allowed for continuous growth in her own group work but has
also led to an avid enthusiasm to try to understand the way people engage with others.