The Society and its members regularly hold events throughout Australia and New Zealand. Some of the listed events may only be open to members of the RMSANZ, whilst others may be open to all interested parties. Please contact us with information about your event so that we can add it to our calendar.

Loading Events

« All Events

ASORC: Recorded webinar: Why a trauma-informed approach requires shame-sensitive practice

Monday 7 November, 2022 @ 8:00 am - Tuesday 7 November, 2023 @ 5:00 pm

Do you provide trauma-informed services to clients? 

ASORC is delighted to introduce international speaker, Associate Professor Luna Dolezal, from the University of Exeter UK, who has prepared a special (recorded) webinar to introduce the concept of shame and how understanding its effects is central to achieving trauma-informed practice.

Shame is a core after effect of traumatic experiences, and until now has not been part of the conceptualisation of trauma-informed approaches, nor an explicit focus in its practice.

This webinar recording will demonstrate how having shame competence, and the emotional intelligence that shame-competence affords, will give you greater awareness to provide trauma-informed practice with more empathy, humanity and sensitivity.

A/Profesor Dolezal leads two major research projects that investigate how shame is relevant in healthcare and public health: ‘Shame and Medicine‘ and ‘Scenes of Shame and Stigma in COVID-19’. Part of her research has been to consider the relevance of shame in experiences of trauma and post-trauma states. Along with her research team, the aim of Luna’s current research is to develop principles of ‘shame-sensitive practice’ that can be applied within healthcare contexts, and also within other care and social services.

Due to UK/Australia time difference, A/Professor Dolezal will provide the recording for viewing at your convenience. Viewers of this recording will have the opportunity to submit questions through ASORC for A/Professor Dolezal to provide further information and clarification.

If you are new to trauma-informed practice, or have been using this approach for some time, this webinar is not to be missed!

Recording available from 7 November 2022.

For more information and to pre-order your copy:
Why a trauma informed approach requires shame-sensitive practice

The recording is able to be purchased until 2023, however the ability to clarify questions with the presenter is only available for the month of November.

Details

Start:
Monday 7 November @ 8:00 am
End:
Tuesday 7 November, 2023 @ 5:00 pm
Event Category: