Keeping Hope Alive: vicarious trauma and emotional wellbeing in human services practice

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Presented by Encompass Family and Community

Presented by Encompass Family and Community

The concept of ‘vicarious trauma’ is used to describe the emotional and psychological impact of working in the human services. Those who have chosen careers that require them to care about the plight of others often endure a significant impact on their own emotional health. However few of us have had the opportunity to learn about these complex processes, to reflect on our own personal experiences of caring, and, most importantly, to learn and implement strategies which allow us to practice our unique profession in ways which are safe, sustainable, and which celebrate the privilege of helping others. This workshop is presented by Matthew J Armstrong, who has researched vicarious trauma and delivered papers on the topic at national and international conferences.

Brisbane: 28 April 2017

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