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Secondary Trauma Resiliency Training
Schedule & Registration

Are you looking to register for one of our trainings just for Cancer Care-Providers?

Apply for a Scholarship

We think every category of care-provider deserves the revitalizing opportunity of the Secondary Trauma Resiliency Training. Discounts or scholarships available to qualifying agencies and individuals. Please contact Lisa Grace for eligibility.

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Why a 3 day training?

The Secondary Trauma Resiliency Training is a comprehensive approach to secondary trauma and compassion fatigue. Attendees will not be handed a standardized list of self-care tips, instead they will examine secondary trauma from a full range of perspectives and will gain valuable self-support tools unique to them. Our training changes the way care-providers process the trauma they encounter in their work. This is a powerful experiential three days. Professional effectiveness and job satisfaction will be increased. These three days give participants enough time to unwind and really get it!

Continuing Education

VitalHearts is now credentialed to offer continuing education credits for Licensed Clinical Social Workers in Colorado.  The National Association of Social Workers Colorado Chapter will award 24 hours for social workers who complete the Secondary Trauma Resiliency Training.  The NASW continuing education requirement is 50 hours every two years, so our training provides nearly one year’s worth of continuing education through the three day training.
 

For many professions, what we have learned is if participants to the training submit two items – the Agenda and Unit Objectives page (from the workbook) plus the Certificate of Achievement (provided at the end of the training), some regulatory offices are accepting the Secondary Trauma Resiliency Training as a continuing education experience. 

Coming Soon: As of March 2022, VitalHearts is in the application process to offer continuing education credit for Colorado-based nurses.