Course Content:

Working with survivors of trauma and exclusion can be emotionally and spiritually challenging for those who support them. Emotional Wellbeing and Resilience examines how principles based in emotional intelligence, reflective practice and mindfulness can lead to an emotionally informed, emotionally integrated and emotionally healthier workplace and work practice – for us and for the people we serve.

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Who Should Apply?

Social Services employees, Corps Officers/workers, anyone whose role involves supporting vulnerable people.

Venue & Dates

William Booth College
27-28 September 2017
21-22 February 2018

Course provides two full days:
Day One: 09.00 to 17.30
Day Two: 09.00 to 16.30

Learning Outcomes:

• To recognise different emotions at work and to put into place mechanisms to deal with them effectively
• To identify and understand personal wellbeing needs as well as needs of colleagues and service users
• To understand the impact that supporting survivors of trauma can have on personal emotional wellbeing
• To apply principles of emotional intelligence, reflective practice and mindfulness to daily work practice
• Learn methods to develop personal resilience and to contribute to supporting resilience in others

Presenter(s):

Viv Mumby
BA(Hons), Diploma Counselling, Diploma supervision, Cert ED (FE), Cert Mediation Studies MBACP

Facilitator:

Tim Anderson

Learning Hours:

16 hours

Places Available:

Sept 2017: 0
Feb 2018: 0