Trauma-Informed Supervision & Resilience

9:00am - June 30, 2023 thru 10:30am - June 30, 2023 | Timezone: US/Pacific
Northwest MHTTC
Registration Deadline: June 30, 2023
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This 90-minute webinar will discuss supervision from a trauma-informed and resiliency-focused lens.


Leading and supervising people draws on many skills, including the ability to make wise, critical decisions which can empower individuals, shed light on outdated policies, improve workplace culture and facilitate societal change. We may have to think on our feet and choose what seems best when deadlines are looming, but is it also possible to make quick and crucial choices which come from a solid sense of awareness and confidence? How do we take care of our mental health while both on and off the job? Wisdom To Know The Difference views our decision-making processes through a trauma-informed lens, inviting us to view our own personal history and psycho-neuro patterns, revealing new paths to problem solving to build an even more dependable foundation of clarity and heart as they relate to mental health resiliency. 


Learning Objectives: 

  • Apply a trauma-informed lens for recognizing origins of personal decision-making patterns 
  • Cultivate and adopt critical self-evaluation skills and develop mental health resilience on and off the job 
  • Define and apply broader perspectives to leadership for more effective and inclusive outcomes 




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Rebekah Demirel, L.Ac., MPCC

Rebekah Demirel is the founder of Trauma Integration Programs, providing training and support to social services personnel, medical and education professionals, emergency services teams and corporate organizations for more than twenty years. Her background includes fourteen years as a BC Ambulance paramedic, twenty-two years as a paramedic trainer and over two decades as a registered clinical counsellor, specializing in post-traumatic stress and loss. She is a licensed East Asian medicine practitioner and acupuncturist, generating another depth of understanding to her counselling work. Rebekah’s unique skill set and experience is informed by her own traumatic childhood and teen years spent on the street and in the foster care system, giving her a special familiarity and empathy for trauma and loss. Rebekah continues to be an active volunteer and advocate for people who are unhoused, in her community and beyond.