Healing the Healers: Depression, Resiliency, & Post-traumatic Growth
Presented by: Angelique L. Burke, MS, EdS, LPC, ChT
When & Where:
- Date: Friday, February 5, 2021
- Time: 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. EST
- CEs Included: 5 Core Continuing Education Clock Hours (For Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists - please see below for details). All other healthcare workers and healers are welcome.
- Location: Live Interactive Webinar (“Synchronous”) on Zoom; via The Knowledge Tree, (www.TheKnowledgeTree.org)
- Investment: $115 before Friday, January 22 at 5:00pm, $130 after
Can you relate to any of these? . . . Change in work environment and/or increased client/patient stressors that may mimic some of your own stressors, relationship distress, shifts in income—including increases and decreases, shifts in childcare and primary educational structures & duties, changes in Sandwich Generation responsibilities, unanticipated disconnection from family, friends, partners, coworkers, and communities, or absence of social, spiritual, and religious rituals and traditions.
This workshop, created especially with you in mind, will provide a full-day experience for health care providers that will move from evidence-based and the theoretical to user-friendly, provider-focused, practices designed to increase personal resiliency that will translate into professional efficacy.
Anyone who has ever flown on an airplane or watched a movie with scenes on an airplane knows the flight attendants’ instructions to “put your oxygen mask on first.” Are you putting your oxygen mask on . . . first? In this workshop participants will be guided through exercises designed to support access to transferable skills that will assist in doing just that!
This level of training is appropriate for any and all healing and healthcare providers who have lived and worked during our current mental health and medical pandemic or any other significant life-impacting experiences. Attention will be given to methods to cultivate resiliency and post traumatic growth via live demonstration, open discussions, self-reflection, and resource building exercises.