International Trauma-Informed Practice Symposium
Moral Injury Support Network for Servicewomen President and CEO, Dr. Daniel Roberts will be the keynote speaker for the international Trauma-Informed Practice
Symposium to be held on August 8, 2023, at 7pm EST. Dr. Roberts will spearhead the symposium with the topic Viewing Moral Injury Through the Lens of Empathy, Equity, and Diversity.
Sponsored by the Toronto Center for Excellence on Empathy, Equality, and Diversity (CEEED), this is a multidisciplinary perspective on trauma in the workplace. Trauma may result from injustice at work, violence, sexual assault, racism, bias, harassment, etc.
As a practice-oriented session it uses the lens of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA) to give an overview of trauma and its importance to individuals, teams, and organizations. Participants will gain an IDEA-based approach for implementing an empathetic care program.
Featuring noted practitioners and researchers in the field, including Dr. J. Cody Nielsen, Janeen Bryant, Katherine Manning, Vitor Manoel Marques da Fonseca, Sevdenur Karaca, Asli Baran, and Kirsten Wright, as well as Dr. Roberts, this international symposium will be instrumental in strengthening your care program. Trauma has a profound impact on individuals’ lives, often leaving them feeling disconnected, overwhelmed, and vulnerable. By integrating mindfulness into their self-care routine, trauma survivors can learn to cultivate a healing presence that fosters resilience and supports their journey of recovery. Informed practitioners are essential for this healing.
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