An introduction to the principles and practices of Trauma-informed Self-care, with activities to help you consider how and when you might incorporate self-care in your work with disaster-impacted individuals and communities.
Working with disaster-impacted individuals and communities can be both rewarding and challenging. While worker wellbeing is a shared responsibility, there are a range of strategies that workers might proactively employ to enhance and maintain their resilience and wellbeing. This short course will encourage participants to consider when these strategies might be employed, and will provide a number of audio resources that workers can use to further develop self-care skills.
This course is designed to teach frontline workers, who support disaster-impacted individuals and communities, skills and strategies to manage and maintain their own and colleagues wellbeing.