C4 Innovations

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Who Should Take This Course

Staff at all levels of health and human services agencies, behavioral health organizations, and recovery-oriented organizations

Learning Objectives

Participants in this course will:

  • 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, November 9-December 14, 2023 (skipping November 23)

Time: 2-3:30 pm ET

Practice level: Beginner and intermediate

Cost: $375 (unless a basic or advanced subscriber)

CE credit:

  • ASWB: 7.5 hours
  • NAADAC: 7.5 hours
  • NBCC: 7.5 hours

“Ashley was fantastic. Clearly an expert in her field and made challenging material accessible and easy to understand." --Participant in a training led by Ashley Stewart

“I directly supervise 14 people of different ages, backgrounds, races, and experiences of trauma. This course will help me to show up more intentionally during my supervision with all my team members.” --Trauma-Informed Supervision: Centering Equity Online Course Participant

“Hard subjects were broached and discussed in a matter-of-fact manner that made it easier to hear and do some real self-reflection.” --Trauma-Informed Supervision: Centering Equity Online Course Participant

“The presenters were fantastic in their approach and willingness to hear all participants, fully answer questions, and give valuable, tailored feedback.” --Trauma-Informed Supervision: Centering Equity Online Course Participant

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