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Trauma-Informed Care and Grief and Loss Workshops for Caregivers

Over the next few months, the Health Career Advancement Program (H-CAP) will be hosting a series of FREE online workshops for care providers like you to learn more about trauma-informed care and dealing with grief and loss.

Trauma-Informed Care

In this 1.5-hour workshop, you will learn the basics of trauma, the principles of trauma-informed care, and tools to build a trauma-informed health system for healthcare workers and those they serve. 

This introductory training is designed for healthcare workers to learn: 

  • What trauma-informed care is
  • How to apply trauma-informed care principles in the workplace
  • How workers can reduce stress, address vicarious trauma, and engage in self-care activities

  

Date

Time

Languages

Thursday, August 24 

10-11:30 am PT 

English with interpretation in Spanish 

Tuesday, September 12 

12-1:30 pm PT 

English with interpretation in Cantonese 

Thursday, October 19 

12-1:30 pm PT 

English with interpretation in Vietnamese 

 

Grief and Loss

Caregivers routinely face death and dying when caring for individuals at the end of life. In this 1.5-hour workshop, you will learn the basics of grief, loss, and mourning; understand how grief can impact caregivers; and develop the tools to cope with grief personally and professionally.  

Workshop goals: 

  • Understand grief, loss, and mourning
  • Explain the stages of grief
  • Understand how grief affects healthcare workers personally and at work
  • Identify skills and strategies to cope with grief and death

 

Date

Time

Languages

Tuesday, September 26 

10-11:30 am PT 

English with interpretation in Spanish 

Tuesday, November 14 

12-1:30 pm PT 

English with interpretation in Mandarin 

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These workshops are optional and do not count toward any training requirements. 

The Healthcare Careeer Advancement Program (H-CAP) is an advocacy group focused on workforce development in the healthcare community.

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