This workshop is intended for healing and helping professionals who want to feel competent and compassionate providing care for clients with histories of trauma and toxic stress, as well as gain understanding into how our own histories influence how we show up in relationships with our clients. Recognizing how primary and secondary trauma impacts a person’s physical, mental, and emotional functioning gives new insight into common ethical dilemmas encountered in healing practices. Participants will increase their understanding of their own reactions to clients, and learn practical skills for clear, trauma-sensitive communication and boundary-setting practices, as well as techniques for remaining grounded and present in the face of trauma-linked reactions and behavior.
Spring 2021 Women's Creative Writing Series on Zoom - Register HERE. 8-week series begins April 2nd. Fridays, 1-3pm ending on May 21st. Writing & Storytelling as a Healing Practice: Join […]
Expression Through Art via offers choice, inspiration and prompts for creative self-expression.