StettlerLocal.com March 15, 2022 @ 9:00am
Would you like to learn how to be more resilient to a crisis?
Would you be interested to learn about how trauma affects the brain?
Would you like to learn more about adverse childhood experiences? (ACES)
The hope of sharing this information is that together we can create a kinder, more generous community for everyone.
We will be offering two free sessions on March 16, 2022, at the Jewel Theatre:
Sciences of Hope will run from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Trauma-Informed Approach 1:00 PM-4:00 PM.
Sciences of Hope: The interactive session uses a common language and includes content related to the brain structure, unconscious responses of fight, flight, freeze and fawn and roles of different parts of the brain. In addition, we explore the role of adverse childhood experiences and the COVID-19 pandemic as they relate to brain development in partnership with resilience tools.
Trauma-Informed Care: This community-focused session explores the role of traumatic experiences in people’s everyday lives. Trauma is part of human experience, and working from a trauma-informed lens acknowledges the prevalence of trauma within the population.
Please click on the link below to register and use the code StettlerMar16