Supporting Our Teams: Trauma-Informed Approaches to Supervision – Webinar
March 2, 2022
Supervisors play a key role in ensuring that trauma-informed practices are diffused throughout an organization. Supervisors ensure safety by making sure those they supervise are trained in best practices around physical and mental safety and support.
This webinar helps supervisors use the 5 principles of a trauma-informed culture (e.g. Safety, Choice, Collaboration, Trustworthiness, and Empowerment) to create and sustain practices that support their workers as they face internal and external stressors.
Leigh-Anne Royster, P.h.D.
Leigh-Anne Royster is an educator, facilitator, and administrator focused on inclusion and equity development through policy, education and intervention.
Dr. Royster is currently the Assistant Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Duke University. She joined Duke from Elon University where she served in multiple roles including the Director of the Center for Equity and Inclusive Excellence and the Director of Health Services. Dr. Royster holds a B.A. from UNC Chapel Hill, an MPA from the University of Colorado, and a Ph.D. from UNC Greensboro.
Jennifer Craft Morgan, P.h.D.
Dr. Jennifer Craft Morgan is an Associate Professor in the Gerontology Institute at Georgia State University. Her research focuses on jobs and careers, attempting to understand how policy, population, workplace, and individual-level factors shape how work is experienced and how work is organized across care settings. Dr. Morgan is a national expert on recruitment, training, and retention of direct care workers.
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