C4 Innovations

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Who Should Take This Course

  • Current supervisors in the health and human service fields
  • Individuals interested in becoming supervisors in the health and human service fields
  • Individuals from organizations who are interested in implementing best practices

Learning Objectives

  • Learn techniques for holding space for compounding and intersectional oppression inside and out of the workplace
  • Build skills to help supervisees reduce the impact of secondary trauma
  • Learn how to provide constructive feedback in supervision through a racial equity and trauma-informed lens
  • Understand race-based traumatic stress, acculturative stress, insidious trauma, and historical trauma in the context of supervision
  • Identify what equity-centered trauma-informed supervision looks like in practice and why it is critical to organizational and individual wellness

Course Facts

Dates: Thursdays, October 20-November 17, 2022

Time: 2-3 pm ET

Practice level: Beginner and intermediate

Cost: $350

CE credit:

  • ASWB: 5 hours
  • NAADAC: 5 hours
  • NBCC: 5 hours

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