This is an Intermediate level course. It is a two day workshop designed to identify and describe the central constructs of trauma-informed theory, and from these constructs distill the central themes into four easily understood, and easily integrated areas that include issues of Safety, Emotions and their Management, Loss and Letting Go and Future. These four constructs are the central tenants of the S.E.L.F. Model, which is a prism, developed by the presenters, through which complexity can be more easily understood and brought to the practice setting to support recovery and resilience.
Learning Objectives: By the end of this course participants will be able to:
- Examine the central tenets of trauma theory
- Define the elements of S.E. L. F
- Recognize how the element of Safety is applicable to participants’ service settings
- Describe how the element of Emotions and their Management is applicable in service settings
- Apply Safety and Emotion Management in experiential exercises and small groups.
- Define the element of Loss and Letting Go and its applicability to service settings
- Define the element of Future as it pertains to the service setting
- Apply Loss, Letting Go and Future in experiential exercises and small groups
- Describe integration of the four elements of S.E.L.F.
- Discuss strategies to integrate the S. E. L. F. framework into your practice settings
Behavioral Health Program Staff: Each participant must have a clinical masters level degree or higher and/or a CAC or higher to be eligible for this training.
Participants must attend the entire two days, participate in activities and complete a course evaluation for each session in order to receive credits