Your health and wellbeing are essential during this time – and always – and we would like to support you. Please feel free to participate in any of the ways that make sense for you and to check back often for new offerings. We care about you.
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Wellness Support For Human Service Providers and Caregivers
We invite anyone working in human services (in social service, mental health and healthcare roles, as well as those caring for parents, children, and others) to join us for new online and live streaming wellness and support offerings.
Center and Renew
Between March and June, 2020 Emily Pyle and Jen Donovan developed and led over 40 20-30-minute Wellness Practice Sessions five times each week. Use solo or watch as a group (virtually or safely in-person) for brief guided and powerful practices to ground, center, and connect with your inner sources of resilience. All levels welcome, no experience needed. The recordings are available for download and streaming.
Training and Support Opportunities
We are providing our full schedule of professional development trainings for social service, health and mental health workers and healing arts practitioners from a wide range of disciplines, online. all of our trainings and workshops online.
Monthly Learning Collaborative Series
For those of you directly involved in program, organization or system level efforts to implement trauma-informed care, join us in this protected space to connect with your peers from many disciplines and to discuss topics relevant to the current world situation and to keeping a focus on trauma-informed practice.
Monthly Manager and Supervisor Support Series
For those of you supporting programs and workers to be trauma-informed, you are invited to meet with your peers across many human service disciplines for connection, support and practical information on how to be trauma-informed as a manager or supervisor.