Strategies for Counselors
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Vicki Enns, MMFT, RMFT; Regular
Vicki is the Clinical Director of the Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute, an Approved Supervisor with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and an instructor in the graduate program for Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of Winnipeg. She is the editor and co-author of our Counseling Insights book. In her private practice, she specializes in the area of trauma recovery for individuals of all ages, and she helps individuals, couples, and families build positive mental health and relational skills across developmental stages. She believes in a holistic approach to wellness that applies to both clients and helpers. Vicki also believes that it is essential for helpers to continue learning and developing their self-awareness alongside evolving clinical skills. As a trainer, she is particularly gifted at creating a learning atmosphere that is collaborative and respectful, and which embraces diversity in personal identity, skills, and cultural perspectives.
Working with people who have endured trauma can be difficult and confusing. This webinar provides a framework which describes different stages in the process of regulating and resolving the impact of trauma. Protective steps for enhancing helper wellbeing are also provided. Viewers will learn key principles and strategies for working with trauma that apply to a diverse range of experiences and can be applied to all ages.
Interested in watching the companion webinar?
Click to order: Trauma – Overview and Awareness
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Learning ObjectivesUpon completion of this webinar participants should be able to:
- List three stages to working through a traumatic experience
- Describe examples of strategies that fit with each stage of trauma work
- Identify signs of increasing health for both clients and helpers while engaging in trauma work