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Trauma Informed Supervision

Trauma Informed Supervision

18jul1:00 pm2:30 pmTrauma Informed Supervision1:00 pm - 2:30 pm(GMT-06:00)

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Trauma Informed Supervision

Description: Working in sexual assault and domestic violence agencies exposes advocates to trauma on multiple levels—personal, social, and professional. This constant exposure puts them at high risk for secondary traumatic stress and, for some, the workplace can even trigger re-traumatization, impacting their effectiveness.

Advocates are dedicated to helping survivors, often at the expense of their own well-being. The cumulative stress from their work can affect their performance and overall health. That’s why it’s crucial for supervisors to understand and manage these stresses proactively.

Our upcoming webinar will equip supervisors with the tools and knowledge to support their teams through trauma exposure. Learn how to incorporate trauma-informed practices into your leadership and supervision to ensure a healthier, more effective workplace.


Agueda Morgan, Associate Director, CCASA – has worked in the field to end sexual violence since 2006 and has been with CCASA with since 2015. Agueda’s experience also includes working for the Women, Infant and Children program in Denver. She earned a BS in Health Care Management and Nutrition from Metropolitan State College of Denver, and an MPA with a concentration in Gender-Based Violence from the University of Colorado-Denver.


Elaine Cho, Sexual Assault Services Program Director, CCASA – has been advocating to end sexual and domestic violence since 2011 and joined  CCASA  in 2023.  She was previously the director of a confidential domestic violence shelter and has experience in working with diverse populations, managing a 24-hour crisis line, and collaborating with various community members and agencies to ensure clients’ safety and confidentiality.  Elaine has a Master of Arts in Sociology from the University of Northern Colorado.


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18th July 2024 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm(GMT-06:00)