This course will be offered online, in 3 two-hour segments. The focus of the training will be to examine how the principles of trauma-informed practice apply in the supervisory context. The course will examine approaches to supervision and performance reviews, strengthening the team’s ability to implement trauma-informed care. Approaches to incident debriefing will also be explored, with particular emphasis on client and staff safety. Finally, supervisory supports to mitigate vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, and burn out will also be discussed. Participants may be new managers seeking to develop their supervisory skills, or seasoned managers looking to learn more about trauma-informed approaches to supervision.
- Learn how to apply trauma-informed practices in supervision
- Have strategies for addressing performance issues within the staff team and in alignment with trauma-informed approaches
- Have increased resources and strategies to support their teams in addressing issues of vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue and burn-out
Member Fee: $169.50 (includes HST)
Non-Member Fee: $220.35 (includes HST)
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Kathryn Mettler, BA.Psy., MSW
Kathryn is a professional development specialist who brings 20 years of experience in social service and community health-care sectors. Kathryn has held senior leadership positions in the areas of child and youth care, homelessness and social housing, and mental health and addictions services. She is passionate about trauma- and dignity-informed approaches to service delivery, and supervision.
Currently, Kathryn is a Program Coordinator and Faculty Member at Humber College, and is pursuing a Doctoral degree with a focus on trauma-informed practices. Kathryn lives and works in Toronto, on the traditional territory of many nations, including the Haudenosaunee, Anishnawbeg, Mississaugas of the Credit, and Wendat peoples. Kathryn is committed to anti-oppressive and inclusive practices that foster collaborative, and transformational learning.