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A Bubble Bath and Glass of Wine Ain’t All That: Real Self-Care
4-22-21 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm. You are invited to stay on after the training for the South West Trauma Informed Care Collaborative Meeting from 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm.

If one more person shares a social media post about a bubble bath and glass of wine, well, let's just leave that here. During this training, you will learn to identify what self-care will really work for you. Maybe it is a bubble bath, but there are many options not typically discussed; connection within, to others or with all that is good. More than ever, now is the time we need self-care that works. Let's explore that together. This workshop assists professionals to clearly identify their personal indications of compassion fatigue, and to create their own self-care plan that specifically meets their needs for resilience.
Objectives
1. Participants will be able to identify and understand our underlying self-care needs based on the Polyvagal Theory.
2. Participants will be able to utilize the information presented to understand their own needs for resilience.
3. Participants will create a self-care plan for themselves.

CEUs: APPROVED FOR 1.5 CEU'S FOR COUNSELORS AND SOCIAL WORKERS PROVIDER #RSX050901 AND #RCX051001.

Trainer: Amy Stenger-Sullivan (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, trainer and CEO of Rooted Compassion Counseling and Consulting, LLC. Amy is a Certified Trauma Responsive Counselor and specializes in using and teaching about the Polyvagal Theory to help people move into post-traumatic healing and growth. Her style is compassionate, empathetic, direct and infused with humor. Amy's understanding of emotional struggles is extensive and she is deeply skilled and adept at helping people work through theirs. Feelings and trauma are experienced first in our bodies, then our brain. Amy knows the work has to start in creating awareness of this.

Apr 22, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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