July 21st Training | VIRTUAL - Managing Organizational Trauma Post COVID presented by Heide Lambert

You spoke and we listened! Back by popular request, the virtual version of Managing Organizational Trauma Post-COVID. Now you can attend! 

The popularity of this event has created the need for a virtual version. If you missed the in-person event, you can attend the virtual.


VIRTUAL Training Description:

Managing Organizational Trauma Post COVID 

Managing Organizational Trauma Post COVID workshop focuses on how COVID restrictions affected our workplace. We will review the different definitions of trauma, understanding how the mind responds to trauma and what Trauma Informed Care is and is not. Then we will take an in-depth look into our workplace wellness and start the discussion of how we can better implement TIC. We will explore what stressors we noticed having over the last year and what new ones have come up now that we are returning to our offices. We'll explore opportunities to reduce and reset our minds, and continue the conversation of what we think would be useful for us in this near future.

What you will gain from attending this training:

  • How to better implement TIC post COVID
  • What worked before and what will work going forward
  • A better understanding of workplace stressors
  • A toolbox full of strategies to utilize all you have learned

Who should attend: Supervisors, managers, directors, and anyone seeking solutions on how to Manage Organizational Trauma Post COVID. 

About the trainer:

Heide Lambert is a survivor of childhood trauma and, on her path to healing, has built an extensive toolbox of healthy coping skills. She has been passionate about teaching Trauma Informed Care (TIC) and resiliency practices for the last ten years. As the Executive Director for CASA of Lincoln and Tillamook Counties, she exercises TIC with her staff, volunteers, and those they serve.  

CEUs are available! Select when registering.

When: Wednesday, July 21, 2021 9am-12:00pm

Where: ZOOM – Please note – Zoom links will be emailed to you after you have registered.

Cost: $29.00




In order to help develop a healthcare workforce to meet all Oregonians' needs, the Oregon Health Science University (OHSU) and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) are collaborating on behalf of the Oregon Health Policy Board (OHPB) to make available grant funds as part of the Healthy Workforce Training Opportunity (HOWTO) grant program. 

The Oregon Alliance and the Oregon Child & Family Services Council is honored to receive a HOWTO grant and excited to implement our training program!

HOWTO grants are intended to expand health professional training to address current and future shortages in the healthcare workforce in rural and medically underserved areas of Oregon. 

We will be providing training services for behavioral health providers serving Oregon's most vulnerable children and adolescents through a 3-year, 2-part program: 

  • A training series designed to build skills, promote safety, and strengthen professional development including trauma-informed care principles and self-care for behavioral health providers across Oregon. 
  • A six-month intensive leadership training institute for providers of color.