May 28, 2018 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Canad Inns Transcona - 826 Regent Ave. West

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Individual 3 Day $350
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Individual 1 Day $150
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Facilitator: Cindy Rose, B.Th., M.A. Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy (Candidate), Certified Trauma Practitioner – Clinical

Download Brochure: Spring Conference 1 day


Some of the benefits of becoming trauma-informed may include:

  • An increase in safety of staff and consumers /clients
  • An improved organizational culture that offers a safe and supportive environment for all
  • Care for the caregivers, thereby reducing risk for compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma
  • Improved quality of Service
  • A reduction in negative encounters and Events
  • The creation of community of safety, health, wellness, recovery and empowerment
  • An Increase in productivity, job satisfaction, and enhanced workplace environment



  • Devotions and Prayer
  • Understanding the foundations of trauma
  • The Neuroscience of Trauma, Addictions, and Health Outcomes
  • What it means to be trauma-informed at an organization, service system and societal level
  • Core principles, guiding values and common language of trauma-informed care
  • Cultivating a culture¬† of compassion through a Higher being
  • Understanding what is helpful vs. what is harmful
  • Self-care for the spiritual leader
  • Managing conflict and creating an environment of compassionate acceptance: Honouring the unique gifts in ourselves, the clients we service, and our colleagues
  • Holding space: The practice and clinical value of therapeutic presence
  • Sensory Regulation: Techniques to Promote Regulation and Build Attachment Relationships