PRACTICAL EMOTIONAL REGULATION SKILLS TO BUILD RESILIENCE AND MANAGE STRESS AND TRAUMA
Let’s come together and build a practical tool box that we can share with the people we serve in order to build emotional resilience and manage the load of stress and trauma that many of our people carry with them. People who navigate through the world without basic emotional regulation skills feel overwhelmed, anxious, agitated, and helpless much of the time. This is the central operating state for many of our people in Shasta County who have experienced ongoing developmental trauma with little emotional support and sometimes the base state of many of us care providers who see much and sometimes forget to care for ourselves. These non-verbal techniques can be done in minutes and taught to a child.
I have had the great pleasure to be a part of three wonderful humanitarian organizations who are working furiously to develop web based materials and live trainings the world over. I am so excited to share these simple skills with you in this experiential workshop. Check out our websites for a preview.
Finding Recovery and Empowerment from Abuse: www.frea.support
Resources For Resilience: www.energypsych.org/resilience
Peaceful Heart Network: www.selfhelpfortrauma.org www.peacefulheart.se
KRISTIN MILLER, PhD
Kristin Miller, Ph. D., Lic. Psychologist, DCEP, TFT, TTT, Matrix Re-imprinting, and EMDR Certified 1356 Olive Ave. Redding, CA 96001 Phone: 530-243-2301 email@example.com
I am a Redding Psychologist who has specialized in the treatment of comprehensive, intergenerational, developmental trauma for 30 years. I have been actively working with three international humanitarian committees to bring easy to use non-verbal emotional regulation and trauma/stress management skills to our communities through the web and live trainings.
LUNCH IS SERVED
(Suggested donation is $5)
For more information, contact CAMFT Program Coordinator Scott La Fein: firstname.lastname@example.org; or call 530-739-3945