Reflective workshop:

Awakening the healing power within: Insula, neuroception, dyadic contemplative presence and Zhuangzi in trauma informed care

 

Trauma-informed Care Series

 in helping professional practice

 

Reflective workshop:  Awakening the healing power within: Insula, neuroception, dyadic contemplative presence and Zhuangzi in trauma informed care

 

Facilitator : CFCSC trauma team

Target:  The participants should attend "Awakening the healing power within: Insula, neuroception, dyadic contemplative presence and Zhuangzi in trauma informed care".

"Learning without thinking leads to confusion. Thinking without learning ends in danger."

 

Kongzi

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PT-190503

Awakening the healing power within: Insula, neuroception, dyadic contemplative presence and Zhuangzi in trauma informed care

Trainer:

Dr. Danny Yeung

Workshop Description:

There is always discrepancy between theory and practice. After a fruitful lesson, we may still encounter difficulties when coming to practice. In order to consolidate the knowledge, you are cordially to be invited to join our reflective sessions. The sessions would cover the revision of the learning materials and case discussion with supplementary notes provided.

 

Objectives:

  1. To integrate the learned knowledge in the clinical practice.

  2. To apply cases discussions in the workshop with the comments of the trainer(s)*

  3. To provide platform of self-reflection on the applications

Target Group:

  1. Workers with 0-5 years casework experience are preferable.

  2. Workers who are interested in consolidating the knowledge in casework and group work practice.

The participants should attend the relevant trainers’ workshops.

Facilitator : CFCSC trauma team

*Remarks :

The participants could provide the cases (with client written consent for the case discussion and sharing on the reflective workshop), the CFCSC trauma team colleagues will contact the trainers before the workshop. The comments of the trainers could be shared in the workshop.

 

 

 

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