About the Webinar

Introductory Level

There is now a growing awareness of the need to embrace self-care as a strategy for managing everyday pressures, stress, and trauma. Supervisors of supportive housing staff can play a unique role in cultivating a work culture that encourages self-care to support their team and peers. In this interactive course we invite supervisors to explore with us self-care strategies in the workplace that are especially helpful during difficult and stressful times.

This course is focused on tools and strategies supervisors can implement to support their teams to help to reduce burnout and to provide trauma-informed support to your team members in these challenging times. We encourage participants to join us in sharing their experiences and ideas as part of this session.

Learning Goals

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to cultivate a culture of self care throughout your organization

  • How to provide supervision to staff that supports their self care needs and reduces burnout

  • Steps for evaluating your policies and procedures to reduce burnout and increase employee retention

  • How to leverage trauma-informed approaches in your role as a supervisor to promote self care and reduce burnout

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Senior Program Manager Kate Bitney

Kate Bitney is a Senior Program Manager with over nineteen years of experience in the field of homeless services and supportive housing. She is a firm believer that Trauma-Informed Care is the core of making our world a better place and especially enjoys facilitating trainings on Trauma-Informed Care, Self-Care, and De-Escalation. Kate learns something new from every group and person she works with and loves seeing the ripple effect that quality services and interactions have on individuals, organizations, and systems.