Trauma Informed Clinical Care During COVID-19 Webinar Series
Whether we are clinicians with advanced practice skills or just starting out, almost none of us have experience dealing with responses in a pandemic. This workshop series brings together a team of professionals who have collaborated in other events of mass trauma to share the lessons they have learned and translate them into practical applications for the current challenges faced by us all. With content that is grounded in research and theory, each webinar installment addresses a compelling aspect of current clinical care with suggestions for implementation with a variety of mental health populations. Faculty will infuse practical material with the personal experience they bring to in-person presentations to make the training dynamic.
Part 4 of 4: Surviving and Thriving – Finding Your Own Path to Wisdom and Healing
Click below to view parts one, two and three!
This program is made available by grant funding provided by the Monmouth County Department of Human Services and the Division of Mental Health Addiction Services to the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County in support of collaborative suicide prevention programs with the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide and the YMCA of Greater Monmouth.