STREATwise E-learn

Resilience & Self-Care

Humans are incredibly resilient, but everyone has a breaking point. Many of us live with touchpoints of trauma or distress, whether this is direct and personal or indirect and professional. This e-learn provides an opportunity to breathe, connect with core values, identify resilience and learn strategies to maintain personal sustainability.

Learning Objectives

 By the end of this e-learn, you should be able to: 
  • Identify the signs of stress, burnout and compassion fatigue 
  • Recognise your own strengths and values that support resilience
  • Design your own wellbeing plan 
  • List five ways to wellbeing 
  • Define resilience and the things that we can do to build it

Instructor: Dr. Kate Barrelle

Dr Kate Barrelle is a clinical and forensic psychologist with over 25 years of applied experience and a career that centers around people and their well-being. She moved to Melbourne a decade ago with her wife Rebecca Scott to co-found STREAT. This Melbourne-based social enterprise provides holistic, tailored support and vocational training to young people who are marginalised or disadvantaged. 
Kate is a dynamic and informed instructor and has delivered over 500 training workshops. She is passionate about translating research and knowledge into applied practice. Her current role involves the oversight of STREAT’s holistic and trauma-informed youth training programs as well as tracking STREAT’s M&E and impact. One of her favourite jobs is to be the handler of ‘Magic’, STREAT’s Therapy Dog!


Here’s what people are saying about our Resilience & Self Care e-learn:
“It’s been incredible. I Feel Lighter.”   
“I feel rejuvenated after this session
“I feel like I’ve stopped to breathe for the first time in 8 months”

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Gender & Sexual Diversity

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Trauma-Informed Practice

This workshop will explain the impact of trauma at a social, behavioural, neurological and psychological level.