Workshop on stress and secondary trauma – 30th November 1000-1300
Secondary trauma results from caring for, hearing details of or witnessing trauma experienced by another person.
This workshop, led by Claire Tinker from the Trauma Recovery Centre, is aimed at increasing practitioner’s awareness of the impact of stress and secondary trauma, by the end of the session it is envisaged that delegates will have gained the following:
- An understanding of chronic toxic stress and secondary trauma
- Understand the impact it has on the health of the mind, body, emotions
- Strategies for managing stress, building resilience and avoiding secondary trauma
- Tips for creating a healthy mind and body from a behaviour change perspective, with a focus on exercise, food and self-care
Claire Tinker has a Masters in Health Psychology, and has worked in the Trauma Recovery Centre for 10 years alongside a multidisciplinary clinical team.
Over this decade, Claire has developed a passion to support professionals working on the front line with traumatised people, and to equip them with understanding and strategies to reduce the risk of secondary traumatic stress conditions.
Claire has experience working therapeutically with traumatised teenagers and young people and also enjoys working with clinical data to evidence trauma recovery.
Places are limited, to book your space please go to WEBINAR Stress and secondary trauma (oscb.org.uk)