Resiliency: How Secondary Trauma Activates Hardiness
by Andrew Laue
with Create Safe, New York
Workshop leader Andrew Laue walks participants through the elements associated with trauma. As HR practitioners already know, it is often hard to care for a staff and workforce that is experiencing trauma firsthand. The effects of that experience can profoundly impact the HR practitioner and cascade the trauma even further. In this 90-minute workshop, Andrew uses an experiential process to help HR practitioners understand trauma theory, attachment theory neuro-biology, and embodiment work. I Topics include:
I. The COVID 19 Pandemic and the Activation of the Key Affective Systems
Red, Green and Blue: Threat, Drive and Nurture, Jan Panskeep
Trauma Theory: The Window of Tolerance, Tracking With Body Cues
The Impact of Secondary Trauma on Effective Workers: Body, Cognition, Emotion,
II. Post-Traumatic Growth and the Building of Resiliency
Definition of Post-Traumatic Growth
Attachment and the Connecting Skills (Co-Regulation)
Awareness and Body Tracking (Self-Regulation)
III . Three Daily Resiliency Skills
Resources for Building Resiliency
The Tool Box of Resiliency
Morning Grounding Activity
Tracking Regulatory States Throughout the Day
This is dual delivery session with in-person or remote options. All registrants will a Zoom link in the confirmation and reminder emails. Please select your intended manner of participation when registering.
Parking permits are not required. Parking is available in a number of locations including the lots
- adjacent to the National Cemetery (north edge) on Garland Avenue (FREE)
- adjacent to the ArcBest Corporation Performing Arts Center on the east side of Wheeler (Free)
- and for a nominal rate in metered spaces and the parking garage at 715 Rogers Avenue.
Tough Topics in Employee Complaints and Investigations has been approved for 1.5 PDC from SHRM and 1.5 general hours by HRCI.