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Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) refers to an organizational framework wherein service providers have a strong understanding of the impact of trauma on the lives of survivors as well as the complex path to healing and recovery. TIC is designed to first avoid re-traumatizing survivors while also supporting recovery through creating physically, psychologically and emotionally safe spaces.
Basic training to include an introduction to trauma and its impact on survivors, developing a trauma lens, learning guidelines for managing difficult behaviors, and understanding vicarious trauma.
- A 2-day training followed by two months of follow-up sessions within the training participants’ work environment to encourage implementation of skills learned.
After completing the TIC training, participants will be empowered to:
- Describe abuse, exploitation and trauma and its impact on survivors;
- Recognize signs and symptoms of trauma;
- Demonstrate proper techniques for addressing challenging behaviors and conflict using trauma-informed approaches; and
- Identify and implement self-care strategies to prevent burnout.
Front-line staff working in shelter homes or service provider settings including DSWD/LGU/NGO social workers, house parents, and other service providers.
Date, Time and Venue
November 29-30, 2016 // 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM // Orchid Garden Suite, Pablo Ocampo Sr. Street, Malate, Manila (DOWNLOAD MAP AND DIRECTION)
Dr. Norieta C. Balderrama, FPPA, FPSCAP
- Associate Professor, UP College of Medicine
- Consultant, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Section, Department of Psychiatry, The Medical City and University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center
- Child Psychiatrist, Child Protection Unit
- Past President, Philippine Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists and the Philippine Psychiatric Association
- Obtained her Post-Residency Training Forensic Psychiatry at Kings College, University of London
- Published researches and book chapters on Common Behavioral Problems among Children, Common Behavorial Problems among Sexually Abused Children, Resiliency among Sexually Abused Children (Acta Medica, 2009)
- Chair, Philippine Board of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Dolores B. Rubia, MSW
- Director of Aftercare, International Justice Mission
- Part-time trainer and head, Social Services Section, Child Protection Unit, UP-PGH
- Trained family therapist/Member/Resource Person, Society of Filipino Family Therapists (2004-present)
- Holds Master of Science in Social Work degree at the Asian Social Institute (2002)
Eight Thousand Pesos (Php 8,000.00) per delegate. Fee includes the entrance to the AKO PARA SA BATA Conference on December 1-2, 2016.
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