Do you work in health, social work, or justice where trauma,
addiction and mental health issues are part of your work?
Do you work in small urban centres, rural, remote or isolated areas?
Then this gathering is for you!
'DOING THE WORK - RURAL AND REMOTE' - 2014
Trauma & the Client, the Worker, the Workplace and Community
A 2 day gathering of caring, like-minded folks.
North Bay, Ontario, Canada
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Doing The work - 2012 Gathering
Approved for 12 Credits with
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Questions? info@cast-canada or 705-749-6145
- Outreach, support, counselling, helping and sharing circles ...
- Harm reduction, service provision, intervention, education and prevention ...
- Homelessness & housing, employment, justice ...
- Trauma and addictions ...
- Mental, physical and spiritual health ... More than a conference ...
'RURAL & Remote'
We know that working in small town, rural, remote and isolated areas carries unique burdens and challenges. These gatherings will connect you with other folks 'Doing the Work' in similar settings. We will honour your experience, share successes, strategies, tools and hope.
Much like a conference there will be presentations, workshops and forums, but this will be a gathering of caring, active folks with much conversing, sharing and connecting. And we will keep the conversation going after this gathering in ways chosen by you, the participants. We are interested in bring a gathering or segments of it to your area.
- Exploring "Rural & Remote": What are the unique challenges? What successes can be shared?
- Trauma: Background, foundations, a general understanding, root causes.
- Trauma and the Client: Understanding and becoming comfortable with the various complex traumas (ex: attachment, cyclical abandonment, brain injury) that cause people to become stuck in addictions and other problems.
- Healthy Worker/Workplace - Exploring he various emotional burdens of the work. Learn to distinguish and prevent vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue and burn out.
- Healthy Community: Exploring ways to heal and maintain healthy communities.
- Opioids: Very practical, helpful information on opiates and various interventions & therapies.
- Your ideas: We are open to hearing what issues you feel are important! Please call or email.
" We are seeking more input from our Aboriginal and Francophone brothers and sisters and Elders from these communities to help and guide us in this process of gathering and sharing information and the building of healthy relationships. During and after the gathering, we intend and encourage continued conversation to help in developing and supporting each other through partnerships and gatherings. Thank you. "
Wa ben a Kwe (Dorothy 'Dot' Beaucage-Kennedy)
Nipissing First Nation and of Eagle Clan.
Presented by CAST Canada
Tom Regehr and Becca Partington More ...
Dot Beaucage-Kennedy, Dot is Wa ben a Kwe of the of the Nipissing First Nation
and of Eagle Clan, North Bay, ON
Sean Lee-Popham, Bancroft, ON