Dates: June 13 and June 14, 2023 Time: 8:30am-3:30pm Location: WCU at Biltmore Park (Room #346) 28 Schenck Parkway Asheville, NC 28803 Cost: FREE to WRESA Members & Burke County thanks to the Dogwood Health Trust Grant ***NOTE: Due to Grant Requirements, only WRESA Members and Burke County Staff are eligible to register CEUs: 12 Contact hours Limit: 40 Participants Audience: All educators wanting to learn how to use tools to help themselves - and the individuals they serve - stay healthy in the face of adversity. What to Bring: Questions for the panel.
The Reconnect curriculum offers participants a set of easy-to-use tools to help themselves – and the individuals they serve – stay healthy in the face of adversity. The training first provides education about the nature of trauma and its biological effect on the brain and the nervous system. It then offers nervous system stabilization tools that participants can apply to self-regulate, restore self-compassion, and re-connect to others.
Through demonstrations and many opportunities for group practice throughout the training, participants learn how to use these tools for themselves and how to apply them in their work with others. When these tools are practiced regularly, they can provide relief for the stress that individuals and helping professionals face and can then be passed on to the people they serve. In the training participants learn the tools, and as they practice them over time, it can create a multiplier effect on communities at large, helping them to thrive.
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