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 Four Will Cover:Understanding the v alue of peer support in trauma-informed care\, including the impact of\nt rauma on others (employees\, employers\, colleagues\, support staff\, cli ents\, professionals)\nand the role of peer support in promoting well-bei ng and resilience\, using a strengths based\napproach.A review of the typ es of peer support available to legal professionals\, the risks of not\ne ngaging in peer support\, the benefits of peer mentoring\, peer coaching\ , and peer support\ngroups on personal and professional success and menta l health will be discussed.The evidence validating peer support will be d iscussed\, with benefits including increased\nconfidence\, self-awareness \, distress tolerance\, personal growth\, likability\, personal success\, \nenhanced job satisfaction\, professional growth and success and improve d overall wellbeing. Furthermore\, holding skills to support others perso nally or professionally.Trauma-informed approaches to peer support\, incl uding understanding the impact of\ntrauma on others (professionals)\, the resistance to seeking peer support among\nprofessionals\, recognizing th e signs of trauma in professionals\, skills for addressing\nconcerns and developing trauma-informed strategies for supporting colleagues.The impor tance of self-compassion in peer support\, including red flags for burnou t\, risk\nfactors for legal professionals with statistical review and a m odel for growth involving\nsustainable self-care practices\, accessing re sources and support. A review of cognitive\nbehavioral therapy\, mindfuln ess based stress reduction\, narrative therapy and relationship\ntools fo r vicarious trauma\, perfectionism\, negativity and stress management.Imp lementing Peer Support: Strategies for developing peer support programs\, promoting\nparticipation\, and evaluating effectiveness in all sized pra ctices.Identifying personal and professional values\, developing training associated with values\, a\nreview of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with tools for practice. DTEND:20240129T193000Z DTSTAMP:20230921T231633Z DTSTART:20240129T180000Z SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Trauma Informed Care for the Legal Profession Webinar Series: Epis ode 4: The Value of Peer Support in the Legal Profession UID:9ab67b5a-f56a-4b4a-a7ab-7e8b443fa3ca X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Trauma Informed Care for the Legal Profession Webinar Series: Episode 4: The Value of Pe er Support in the Legal Profession

"Trauma Informed Care for the L egal Profession" is a 6 part webinar series\, focused on the core concept s of trauma informed care (Safety\, Trustworthiness and Transparency\, Pe er Support\, Collaboration and Mutuality\, Empowerment and Cultural\, His torical and Gender Issues).

The webinar will include evidence suppo rting the relevance of this model\, and 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 Soci ety&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 i ncludes a one hour presentation and 30 min discussion.

Accreditati on by The Law Society of Ontario:

This program contains 7 hours an d 30 minutes of Professionalism content and 1 hour and 30 minutes of EDI Professionalism content.

Learning Objectives:

Module Four Will Cover:

  1. Understanding the value of peer support in trauma-informed care\, including the impact of\ntrauma on others (employees\, employers\, colle agues\, support staff\, clients\, professionals)\nand the role of peer su pport in promoting well-being and resilience\, using a strengths based\na pproach.
  2. A review of the types of peer support available to legal professionals\, the risks of not\nengaging in peer support\, the b enefits of peer mentoring\, peer coaching\, and peer support\ngroups on p ersonal and professional success and mental health will be discussed.
  3. The evidence validating peer support will be discussed\, with benefits including increased\nconfidence\, self-awareness\, distress tole rance\, personal growth\, likability\, personal success\,\nenhanced job s atisfaction\, professional growth and success and improved overall wellbe ing. Furthermore\, holding skills to support others personally or profess ionally.
  4. Trauma-informed approaches to peer support\, inclu ding understanding the impact of\ntrauma on others (professionals)\, the resistance to seeking peer support among\nprofessionals\, recognizing the signs of trauma in professionals\, skills for addressing\nconcerns and d eveloping trauma-informed strategies for supporting colleagues.
  5. The importance of self-compassion in peer support\, including red fl ags for burnout\, risk\nfactors for legal professionals with statistical review and a model for growth involving\nsustainable self-care practices\ , accessing resources and support. A review of cognitive\nbehavioral ther apy\, mindfulness based stress reduction\, narrative therapy and relation ship\ntools for vicarious trauma\, perfectionism\, negativity and stress management.
  6. Implementing Peer Support: Strategies for devel oping peer support programs\, promoting\nparticipation\, and evaluating e ffectiveness in all sized practices.
  7. Identifying personal a nd professional values\, developing training associated with values\, a\n review of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with tools for practice.
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