This half-day session will focus on deepening relational resilience: the capacity to be in safe relationship with self and others. Over the course of our time together we will explore how deep listening is a trauma responsive tool as well as a key for successful organizational and community development. When we experience trauma we are left with a sense of feeling unsafe, unseen and unheard. Together we will engage in a practice space that allows us to build the skills necessary to support self and others to feel safe, seen and heard.
Trainer: Sarah Buffie, Soul Bird Consulting
1. Participants will assess how and where they currently listen most effectively.
2. Participants will understand Reflect, Honor, Connect as a trauma responsive listening practice.
3. Participants will understand how deep listening can build developmental relationships and asset connections with at risk and multi system young people.
CEUs: 2.75 Social Work/Counselor CEUs are provided by the Butler County Educational Service Center awarded by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and MFT Boards Approvals RSX050901 & RCX051001. Prevention Credentials and CHES hours provided by PreventionFirst!
Participants must be able to use video and audio to participate in this session.
Zoom trainings will be recorded for record-keeping, quality assurance, and training purposes. Zoom meeting room discussions will not be recorded. We hope to reach a larger audience and share more knowledge from training by utilizing audio and/or video clips that we can share on social media apps and as follow-ups to training.