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Allies in Healing

Building a Trauma Informed Community of Care

Greenhouse

Presented by...

Joe Solanto, Ph.D   (click name to read bio)

Dr. Tiffany Locke   (click name to read bio)

Indigenous Elder / Teacher (to be announced)

& Stephanie Kok, MA Clinical Mental Health Counselling

Hosted by,

Tracy Parow 

Executive Director of Providence Farm

This 8 part webinar series:

New Growth

Important Information

  • Registration is required

  • This is a free educational program with a cumulative curriculum 

  • Registration secures your seat in all 8 presentations

  •  We ask that only those committed to attending register, as seating is limited.

  • Registration allows Providence Farm (VIPCA) to contact you by email. Reminder emails will be sent.
     

  • Program materials will be provided prior to session

  • Sessions will be held online monthly via zoomwith the exception of sessions on Dec 15th and April 27th

  • Onsite sessions on both Dec 15th and April 27th will be held onsite at Providence Farm.
    Lunch will be provided.

Cost:

  • Free! Sponsored by Providence Farm​
     

Time: 12:30-2:00pm PT

 

Monthly on:

  1. Sep 22, 2021 - Introduction/Overview of Trauma Informed Practice (TIP)

  2. Oct 20, 2021 - Physical aspects of trauma responses and recovery

  3. Nov 24, 2021 - Mental aspects of trauma responses and recovery

  4. Dec 15, 2021* - Emotional aspects of trauma responses and recovery*

  5. Jan 26, 2022 - Indigenous perspectives on trauma responses and recovery

  6. Feb 23, 2022 - Wellness, resiliency, and self-care for helpers

  7. Mar 23, 2022 - All presenters panel

  8. Apr 27, 2022* - Closing summary and onsite gathering*

 

* - Attendees who are local to Vancouver Island are invited to join us onsite at Providence Farm on these dates. (Covid willing).
Lunch will be provided.

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Advisory:

Topics and discussions may have the potential to be distressing or even triggering for some. 

We trust that all participants have access to appropriate support for themselves. 

Virtual sessions will have limited availability for individual support.

In-person sessions at Providence Farm will have access to a staffed quiet room.