Training & Education Serving organizations and individuals
Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do.
BC Borstal offers three types of training. Click the heading of the one that fits your needs best, or scroll down:
Training for Professionals: designed specifically for any front line professional working with vulnerable populations, including but not limited to: first responders, correctional officers, residential facility workers, mental health workers, First Nation support, etc.
Training for Community: this training is designed to broaden the knowledge of any community member looking to gain a greater understanding of trauma. This training is less skill based than the ones offered for professionals, offering an interactive format to maximize learning.
Case Management Training: the Case Management module is specifically aimed at employees working in community residential facilities monitoring and supporting men and women on conditional release. All trainings are delivered from a trauma informed perspective.
Continued professional development is essential in human service work. The belief at the BC Borstal is that our investment on the front line will produce better employees, enhance morale, and help the mission excel
Current Training Programs:
Step 1: Building Your Trauma Lens
Step 2: Survival Behind the Mask: Our Brain's Traumatic Response Protocols
Step 3: Re-Framed: Trauma Skill Development
Step 4: The Great Intersection: Trauma Meets Culture
Step 5: Trapped: The Crisis Connection Between Trauma and Addiction
Step 6: Vicarious Trauma and Self Care
CUSTOM (custom options/material can be made available on request)
LEVEL TWO (Advanced)
Step 1: Mental Health, Grief, and Addiction
Step 2: Trauma Management (scenario based and role play learning)
Step 1: Case Management: Best Practices in Client Care and Supervision
* Note: To register your organization, please contact Tricia Collingham with your course interest, Agency name and number of participants.
Building awareness of human development; traumatic impact and recovery/resilience is part of our first pillar, trauma prevention. On a quarterly basis our team of Clinical Trauma and Addiction counsellors will open up psycho education sessions to the general public. We also welcome community input on workshops that would be of value to you!
Fathers: Whats my value? This workshop looks at the impacts of single parent families and the importance of fathers having a continued role in their child's development
Social Anxiety: Do you feel you have tried everything to address anxiety in social situations? This workshop looks at the early roots of anxiety and empowers participants to take a new next step
My Trauma is not My Trauma: Have you ever felt an unshakable burden but fail to determine the cause? This thought provoking workshop takes a revealing look at trauma transference and secondary trauma
Trauma's Companion, Addiction: Can one have addiction without a trauma history? This workshop will answer this question with a level of self-exploration that will open people up to a deeper understanding of self
* Note: To register for our next workshop or to request additional information, please contact Tricia Collingham