BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//github.com/rianjs/ical.net//NONSGML ical.net 4.0//EN VERSION:2.0 BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:"Trauma Informed Care for the Legal Profession" is a 6 part we binar series\, focused on the core concepts of trauma informed care (Safe ty\, Trustworthiness and Transparency\, Peer Support\, Collaboration and Mutuality\, Empowerment and Cultural\, Historical and Gender Issues).The webinar will include evidence supporting the relevance of this model\, an d review how trauma is experienced and the impact of trauma on every day life. The science and neuro-biology will be reviewed\, with references to studies and articles published in academic journals. Learning objectives are specified to meet the Law Society&rsquo\;s definition of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as a means to maintain or enhance a lawyer or paralegal&rsquo\;s professional knowledge\, skills\, attitudes and pr ofessionalism.Each episode includes a one hour presentation and 30 min di scussion.Accreditation by The Law Society of Ontario:This program contain s 7 hours and 30 minutes of Professionalism content and 1 hour and 30 min utes of EDI Professionalism content.Learning Objectives:Healthy Personal and Professional BoundariesEffective Conflict Resolution and interpersona l effectivenessSelf-Compassion\, mindfulness &\; empathy for sustainab le collaborationEmotional Intelligence: Emotional Regulation\, Self Regul ation\, Empathy\, SupportSensitivity training for interviewing\, assessin g\, relating to others (clients\, staff)The 4 R's of trauma informed care Identifying risk factors for trauma\, (developmental trauma\, Big &\; Little "t" trauma)The impact of trauma on the brain (function\, structure \, development) over the lifespanSensitivity training skills to prevent r e-traumatizationA review of Adverse Childhood Event's Scale and relevance to legal professionEmpathy and Authenticity for transparency in legal pr acticeThe neuro-sequential model for stress reductionTools for a strength s based model to promote resiliency and desired outcomesEDI: awareness of trauma\, neurodiversity\, diversity and challenging beliefs/ "othering" with a model for risk and harm reduction and inclusionDiscussion of power imbalance\, organizational structure and traumatic aspects of the legal profession and tools for changeModule Six Will Cover:EDI: Understanding t he importance of cultural\, gender\, and historical issues in trauma-info rmed care\, including the impact of systemic oppression\, organizational and personal\noppression\, exclusion and biases\, and the role of cultura l humility in promoting client-centered care. Neuro-diversity\, mental he alth\, substance use and other adversities will\nbe reviewed with awarene ss of biases impacting daily practice and roles.Trauma-Informed Care and Cultural Humility: How trauma-informed care can promote\ncultural humilit y\, including understanding the impact of trauma on diverse communities\, \nrecognizing the signs of cultural bias\, and developing trauma-informed approaches to\npromote cultural humility.Trauma-Informed Communication a nd Cultural Competence: Effective communication\nstrategies for promoting cultural competence\, including active listening\, empathy\, and\nunders tanding cultural differences.Self-Reflection and Cultural Awareness: The importance of self-reflection in promoting\ncultural awareness\, challeng ing previously established limiting beliefs\, including\nrecognizing bias es and cultural assumptions\, being open to feedback\, and working\ncolla boratively with clients to develop solutions.How trauma-informed legal pr actice can promote cultural competence\, including\ndeveloping trauma-inf ormed policies and procedures that equality\, diversity and\ninclusion in to organizational\, systemic and relational aspects of legal practice. Ho w to\napproach others who feel excluded\, oppressed or victimized with sk ills for providing\ntrauma-informed legal services that are culturally se nsitive\, empathetic\, compassionate\ntowards self and others\, and worki ng collaboratively with trauma-informed professionals\nwho are culturally competent.Understanding the impact of historical trauma and inter-genera tional trauma on diverse\ncommunities\, including recognizing the signs o f trauma and developing trauma-informed\napproaches to promote healing. A review of epigenetic and generational trauma\nexperiences will enhance k nowledge. DTEND:20240527T183000Z DTSTAMP:20230921T224620Z DTSTART:20240527T170000Z SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Trauma Informed Care for the Legal Profession Webinar Series: Epis ode 6: Awareness of Cultural\, Gender and Historical Issues to Promote Eq uality\, Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession UID:a43371c0-a4b8-4b54-be15-e101807ae423 X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Trauma Informed Care for the Legal Profession Webinar Series: Episode 6: Awareness of Cul tural\, Gender and Historical Issues to Promote Equality\, Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession

"Trauma Informed Care for the Le gal Profession" is a 6 part webinar series\, focused on the core concepts of trauma informed care (Safety\, Trustworthiness and Transparency\, Pee r Support\, Collaboration and Mutuality\, Empowerment and Cultural\, Hist orical and Gender Issues).

The webinar will include evidence suppor ting the relevance of this model\, and review how trauma is experienced a nd the impact of trauma on every day life. The science and neuro-biology will be reviewed\, with references to studies and articles published in a cademic journals. Learning objectives are specified to meet the Law Socie ty&rsquo\;s definition of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as a means to maintain or enhance a lawyer or paralegal&rsquo\;s professional knowledge\, skills\, attitudes and professionalism.

Each episode in cludes a one hour presentation and 30 min discussion.

Accreditatio n by The Law Society of Ontario:

This program contains 7 hours and 30 minutes of Professionalism content and 1 hour and 30 minutes of EDI P rofessionalism content.

Learning Objectives:

Module Six Will Cover:

  • EDI: Understanding the importance of cultural\, gender\, and histor ical issues in trauma-informed care\, including the impact of systemic op pression\, organizational and personal\noppression\, exclusion and biases \, and the role of cultural humility in promoting client-centered care. N euro-diversity\, mental health\, substance use and other adversities will \nbe reviewed with awareness of biases impacting daily practice and roles .
  • Trauma-Informed Care and Cultural Humility: How trauma-in formed care can promote\ncultural humility\, including understanding the impact of trauma on diverse communities\,\nrecognizing the signs of cultu ral bias\, and developing trauma-informed approaches to\npromote cultural humility.
  • Trauma-Informed Communication and Cultural Compe tence: Effective communication\nstrategies for promoting cultural compete nce\, including active listening\, empathy\, and\nunderstanding cultural differences.
  • Self-Reflection and Cultural Awareness: The im portance of self-reflection in promoting\ncultural awareness\, challengin g previously established limiting beliefs\, including\nrecognizing biases and cultural assumptions\, being open to feedback\, and working\ncollabo ratively with clients to develop solutions.
  • How trauma-info rmed legal practice can promote cultural competence\, including\ndevelopi ng trauma-informed policies and procedures that equality\, diversity and\ ninclusion into organizational\, systemic and relational aspects of legal practice. How to\napproach others who feel excluded\, oppressed or victi mized with skills for providing\ntrauma-informed legal services that are culturally sensitive\, empathetic\, compassionate\ntowards self and other s\, and working collaboratively with trauma-informed professionals\nwho a re culturally competent.
  • Understanding the impact of histor ical trauma and inter-generational trauma on diverse\ncommunities\, inclu ding recognizing the signs of trauma and developing trauma-informed\nappr oaches to promote healing. A review of epigenetic and generational trauma \nexperiences will enhance knowledge.
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