First Stage Trauma Treatment
Level One Core QoC Workshop Series
This interactive, engaging workshop series will explore new ways for participants to integrate trauma-informed, trauma-sensitive practices into their work and workplace. Participants will have an opportunity to learn and practice safety and stabilization techniques that they can then share with clients.
- How to recognize trauma symptoms
- Strengthen and build on trauma-informed practices
- Explore how to create a safe and therapeutic environment
- Learn about the connection between trauma and addictions
- Review trauma-informed skills
- Explore Vicarious Trauma – how to take care of you
Who should attend this workshop series?
This workshop series is designed specifically for helping professionals. We define “helping professional” as anyone in a position of interacting with people in providing a service.
How many people can attend?
Registration for this workshop series has been capped at 35 participants.
What is a level one core QoC workshop series?
This refers to a workshop series that is a part of QoC’s core curriculum and is offered at a more basic level, though it can be beneficial to anyone regardless of their experience in the field.
Do I need to attend all of the sessions?
Ideally, you will be able to attend all of the sessions, but you must be able to attend at least two out of the three. Attendees will receive certificates of attendance for participating in a minimum of 2/3 sessions.
Will these sessions be recorded?
No. These sessions will not be recorded in order to maintain the privacy of participants. The session slides, however, will be sent out.
What is your refund policy?
We can offer refunds up to seven days before the first session. Eventbrite’s fee is nonrefundable. After this period, we can accept substitutions. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.
Who can I contact with further questions?
Contact the QoC Project Lead at firstname.lastname@example.org or 705-927-3448.
The cost of this workshop series has been subsidized through a partnership with the Peterborough Drug Strategy and its members. Bursaries are available upon request.
Thursday, January 21, 2021
Thursday, January 28, 2021
Thursday, February 4, 2021
- Ashley DavidsonAdmission Co-Ordinator
Ashley Davidson started in the mental health and addiction field in 2013. She started her work in community treatment with individuals who were living in shelters or experiencing homelessness. Ashley continued her work through assessment and triage at an addiction community treatment agency for three years. Currently, Ashley serves as the Admission Co-Ordinator at the Canadian Health Recovery Centre. She is passionate about helping to create community and connection among the guests at the Centre as they pursue their recovery journey.
- Cheryl RobinsonClinical Director
Cheryl Robinson first entered the helping professions over twenty-five years ago, by working at a shelter for men experiencing homelessness. It was there at the shelter that she became aware of the devastating cycle of addiction. Cheryl has been offering counselling for individuals concerned with their mental health and addictions for over 16 years and has been a registered psychotherapist since 2015. Cheryl has been the Clinical Director of the Canadian Health Recovery Centre since 2019 where her dream of seeing individuals being able to access the holistic resources needed to heal mind, body, and spirit has been realized.