Managing Vicarious Trauma
This one-day interactive professional development training, developed and presented by Suchitra Chari from Melbourne Australia, explores the nature, dynamics and risks of vicarious trauma (VT), contrasts it with burnout and compassion fatigue, and supports you to stay healthy and safe in your work with people impacted by diverse traumas.
This training, informed by current research, provides participants with
• The knowledge, skills, and tools to become self-aware of risks of VT in your work;
• A range strategies to manage the risks and impacts of VT -– strategies that will enable you to work effectively with your clients by managing your own responses and health;
• Tools to foster vicarious resilience and wellness
Audience/ Participants: A professional development workshop for mental health workers, drug and alcohol counsellors, child protection workers, lawyers, police, school counsellors and community workers
Date: 08 March 2019
Time: 9:00 am to 4.30 pm
Address: Ashirvad, 30, St Marks Road, Opposite to SBI ATM, Next to MTR Hotel, White house building, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
Group Size: 24 participants only
• Introductory Fee 1000 Rupees per person (Early Bird Discount closes by 22 February 2019)
• Regular Fee 1500 Rupees, 23 February 2019 onwards.
• Fill this registration form. Registration closes on 28th February 2019!
• Make payment of program fee online (bank details below)
Beneficiary Name: Enfold Proactive Health Trust
Bank Name: Union Bank of India
Account No: 5154 020 1000 7690
Bank Address: Survey of India Complex, Sarjapur Road, 2nd Block, Koramangala, Bangalore – 560 034
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PAN No : AAATE1247K
• Email your transaction ID to b2ZmaWNlIHwgZW5mb2xkaW5kaWEgISBvcmc= and aW5mbyB8IGVuZm9sZGluZGlhICEgb3Jn
• Expect nomination confirmation email based on payment made
• For additional queries: Contact Enfold Proactive Health Trust at 080-25520489
About Suchitra Chari:
Suchitra Chari is a member of the Australian Association of Social Workers and is an accredited mental health social worker, which is the gold standard for internationally acceptable standards in mental health social work services. She trained to be a social worker in Melbourne , primarily to make sense of her many traumatic experiences from early childhood into adult hood in India and Australia, where she now lives.
Suchitra considers herself to be a global citizen of Indian origin. Her experiences have led her to form a ‘humanist’ view of the world. She leads a congruent life premised on authenticity of self, compassion for those experiencing suffering and acceptance of individual differences.
Suchitra now engages in private practice as a mental health clinician / therapist focusing on mental illness, complex trauma and migrant issues. She is also a noted public speaker and has spoken in many forums, including local media and television, to raise awareness of multi-dimensional impact of domestic violence and sexual abuse on survivors’ family and society. She has extensive experience in community mental health work and is trained in a range of therapeutic interventions such as acceptance commitment therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, mindfulness-based interventions and brief intervention therapy. She is a trained Mindfulness Therapist and actively promotes Self Compassion and her own version of Elemental Healing practices to sustain recovery and wellness.
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