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May 21, 2021 at 4:42 pm #5587AnonymousInactive
My name is Jocelyn. I am the lead author and designer of this course. I hope you enjoy this course as much as I have enjoyed writing it!
Please use this forum topic to introduce yourself no later than 2 days before the start of the course. Please write a short paragraph (200 words) introducing yourself (what would you like to share with your classmates?). Include your name, job, and something positive that has happened for you in the last 2 months. Then, take some time to read the introductions from your future classmates.
By doing this we can help create a more safe and collegial environment for online learning.
Self-reflection is an essential aspect of ethical and trauma-informed practice. Discuss at least three of the self-reflection questions below. Self-reflections should be short (300-500 words) and students should try to find time to read classmates’ posts.
-What led you to take this course?
-Prior to starting this course, how well did you understand trauma informed practice (please rate on a scale of one to ten: one being no knowledge and ten being an in-depth understanding)? After reading the course manual section on trauma, describe how your understanding has changed (or not, and why not).
-Please pick two ideas that have stood out to you and how they have affected your understanding about high conflict mediation.
-What might be difficult for you when working in high conflict?
-What will you do for self-care or how might you give yourself some compassion when learning about potentially difficult topics during this course?
Self-Reflections will be discussed in class in terms of key themes and questions brought up.
Students are also encouraged to use this forum to organize role-players for the role-play assignment.
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