Restoring Resilience

Within Teams

Team Training Focus

The Restoring Resilience within Teams is designed for work colleagues and draws upon the latest research and strategies from Educational Neuroscience, understanding the impact of early childhood adversity on the body and the developing brain. The programs generate in-school, business or workplace “Resiliency Teams” that are designed to provide ongoing training and support in the creation of trauma sensitive and trauma responsive environments.

The Resiliency Teams will “turnkey” this training back to their work. All personal will gain knowledge about Childhood Adversity, learning about the brain and strategies to de-escalate difficult situations, regulate themselves and team members, all of which increases their effectiveness at work, with clients, students and colleagues.

The Resiliency teams will connect with the latest research on how the brain reacts to stress, and how stress effects student’s behaviour and their capacity to learn

NB: All programs provide PD points with ACA and PACFA

An understanding of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) and the implication on education, health and wellbeing

Toxic Stress, Adversity & Trauma Informed Responsive Care

Creating resilient environments in our classrooms, schools, businesses, within organisations- Safety, Connection, Coping Skills

Workplace/ classroom Strategies to dampen the stress response

Implementing focused attention practices and brain aligned strategies

The skill of learning the conflict cycle- co-regulation skills for educators, managers and team leaders

Creating workplace or school resiliency teams trained to co-regulate stressed brains in a safe and productive manner

Addressing team member/ teacher well-being

The Team Will Come Away with

Capacity to co- create safety, connection and emotion regulation in their work space

Reduce stress, overwhelm and burnout in employees

Increase productivity, agency, attendance, physical and emotional wellbeing

Suited for

Secondary Schools

Firefighters

Police Force

Mental Health Sector

Paramedics

Businesses

Reflective Practice & Self Care

 

 JAN 30 MAY 29
FEB 27 AUGUST 28
MARCH 27 OCT 30
APRIL 24 NOV 27

2 facilitators per group
to ensure personalised support

Cost: $180 each

Maximum: 12 people

Who: Counsellors, youth workers, social workers, psychologists, family therapists

Time Allocation: 2.5 hours - 6:00-8:30pm

Location: Quest Mont Albert

741/745 Whitehorse Rd, Box Hill, VIC, 3127

Working With Kids for Practitioners

 

FEB 06
MAY 01
JULY 17
OCT 09

 

2 facilitators per group
to ensure personalised support

Cost: $280 each

Maximum: 10-15 people

Who: Counsellors, youth workers, social workers, psychologists, family therapists, teachers, police officers, paramedics

Time Allocation: 9:30am-4:00pm

Location: Gestalt Centre - Phillips Room

622 Lygon St, Carlton North, Vic. 3054

Participants can access FREE 2-hour parking on the street and all-day metered parking ($1 per hour) on the north facing side of the road. There is ample room for cycle and motorbike parking on site room.

Working with Teens for Parents

 

MARCH 06
MAY 08

 

2 facilitators per group
to ensure personalised support

Cost: $280 each

Maximum: 10-15 people

Who: For parents, foster parents, caregivers, guardians

Time Allocation: 6 hours - 9am-3pm

Location: Quest Mont Albert

741/745 Whitehorse Rd, Box Hill, VIC, 3127

Contact Restoring Resilience

7 + 14 =

0430 443 346

Anna Skolarikis

0412 306 965

Phyllis Traficante

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