Mid and West Wales Adoption service (MWAS): Offer to Adopters - in response to Covid-19

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** Mid and West Wales Adoption service (MWAS): Offer to Adopters - in response to Covid-19 **

These webinars are open to Adopters from across Mid and West Wales Adoption service (MWAS) and will also be opened up to Adopters from the North Wales Adoption Service (NWAS).

Training offer - live webinars from Kate Cairns Associates that will be delivered by Kate Cairns.

About the KCA speaker and host - Kate Cairns
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Kate is an author, speaker and trainer with an international reputation for her work around attachment, trauma and resilience, particularly in relation to vulnerable children and young people. She has been a social worker for forty years, and a trainer for twenty years.

Webinar Course 1: 'Covid-19, Toxic Stress and Community Resilience: Maintaining compassionate reason during social adversity'.

Description
Toxic levels of stress can change the way we think, feel and behave until we have recovered from the Trauma. This can happen to anyone, and at times of significant social adversity such as pandemic or climate change it will happen to many. This webinar, delivered by Kate Cairns, and the e-learning which accompanies it, enables participants to reflect on the implications of trauma-informed practice under such conditions. Trauma-informed practice has increasingly been recognised as important as our understanding of the current research evidence grows. And at a time when the whole population is living with issues of toxic stress and severe anxiety trauma-informed practice becomes essential for everyone.

Date of the Webinar 1: Wednesday 24th June 2020
Timings: 1.30pm - 3.00pm

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Webinar Course 2: 'Community Resilience and Secondary Trauma'.

Description

Trauma is catching! Anyone who works with traumatised people may find at some point that they are affected by secondary trauma, developing similar signs and indicators of trauma to the people they are with. Secondary trauma is particularly likely in situations where the whole population is facing major stress. This course enables learners to understand key issues about the impact of secondary trauma on individuals, organisations and support networks, and then identify and develop skills in recognition, prevention and management of those effects.

Date of the Webinar 2: Wednesday 8th July 2020
Timings: 1.30pm - 3.00pm

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