Trauma 109: Trauma in a Pandemic
We cannot escape the fact that COVID-19 is real, has impacted millions of individuals and systems (schools, health care, political, organizations and businesses). The most distressing, lingering symptoms are neurological. Managing our thoughts, feelings and sensations has been challenging. In times of fear, stress, uncertainty and loss we can benefit from exploring what has taken place, is going on and may continue in the future. We can benefit from collectively knowing we have been experiencing something together and feeling less alone in facing these challenges. We can find ways to support and inspire each other, gain clearer perspectives and share hope for what we can do.
This 3-hour workshop explores our shared experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic through trauma lenses to bring meaning from the experiences associated with living through a pandemic. Participants appreciate the impact of a pandemic, both positive and negative and are encouraged to expand their perspective and skills specifically related to the intersection of trauma in a pandemic.
Please be advised that cancellations made up to 48 hours before a scheduled training via email will be processed without a penalty.
Cancellations made 48 hours or less before a scheduled training will not be refunded.
Training will be co-facilitated live via web-based platform by two Lakeside Global Institute trainers. Audio and video connection are required for this interactive training.
50 participants per group. For larger group presentations contact Beth Hall • firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trauma 109 – August 24, 2022
Wednesday, Aug 24, 2022 09:00 AM