Course curriculum

    1. The Intake Process

    2. Intake Activity

    3. Active Listening

    4. Active Listening Activity

    5. Taking a Non-judgmental Stance

    6. Taking a Non-judgmental Stance Activity

    1. Informed Consent

    2. Informed Consent Activity

    3. Confidentiality

    4. Confidentiality Activity

    5. Meeting with Clients

    6. Meeting with Clients Activity

    1. Communication 101

    2. Communication 101 Activity

    3. Strength Based Communication

    4. Strength Based Communication Activity

    5. Managing Boundaries

    6. Boundaries Activity

    7. Self-disclosure

    8. Self-Disclosure Activity

    9. Avoid Victim Blaming

    10. Avoiding Victim Blaming Activity

    1. Finding and Identifying Strengths

    2. Finding and Identifying Strengths Activity

    3. What is Strength-based Communication?

    4. What is Strength-based Communication Activity

    5. Finding Strengths

    6. Finding Strengths Activity

    1. Empowering Those Experiencing Economic Insecurity

    2. Empowering Those Experiencing Economic Insecurity Activity

    3. Empowering Survivors of Violence

    4. Empowering Survivors of Violence Activity

    5. Empowering Those Experiencing Systemic Oppression

    6. Empowering Those Experiencing Systemic Oppression Activity

    1. What is Trauma?

    2. What is Trauma Activity

    3. Trauma and Triggers

    4. Trauma and Triggers Activity

    5. Using a Trauma-Informed Approach with Survivors

    6. Using a Trauma-Informed Approach with Survivors Activity

    7. Course Insight

About this course

  • $60

About the 3SGF BRAVE Program

BRAVE is designed to equip direct service providers with tools and resources to serve vulnerable populations in a trauma-informed manner. When providers are BRAVE-trained they are better equipped to meet the unique needs of those they serve in a safe and respectful manner. Individuals receiving services from trained, trauma-informed advocates are more likely to engage in support services. This increases the chance of their safety and long-lasting well-being.

Why This Course?

  • Build Rapport

    Building rapport is a key component to the success of the relationship between you, as the Case Worker and the client. It is also crucial for the journey to employment.

  • Communication

    Knowing how to communicate with vulnerable populations can be the difference between whether they make progress in positive change or not.

  • Trauma-Informed

    With the prevalence of trauma among those who have been trafficked, it's vital to be able to forge new, safe and meaningful relationships to help create a community of care.