Seminar – Taking Care: Using Neuroscience and Compassion To Up Prof Resiliency

Seminar – Taking Care: Using Neuroscience and Compassion To Up Prof Resiliency
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Date(s) - 10/29/2018
12:00 am

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Seminar - Taking Care: Using  Neuroscience and Compassion To Up Prof Resiliency Description

Taking Care: Using Neuroscience and Compassion To Nurture Professional Resiliency
October 29, 2018, 4:00 – 6:00 pm, Summit County Commons, Buffalo Mountain Room

As professionals working to resolve conflicts we know that when we become overwhelmed our stress response stops working for us. Stress begins to work against us, causing many negative side effects that can compromise our health, our relationships, and even our work. This presentation will help you understand and mitigate the effects of stress and vicarious trauma as you practice or care for people in high-conflict situations. Building on the research of neuroscience about the upside of stress on the human brain, the body, and your emotions, we’ll show you how to mitigate the effects of vicarious trauma and compassion fatigue on your mind, body and soul. You will leave with trauma-informed tools that will help boost your personal resilience and career longevity.

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Contact Name Michelle Sylvain

Organization SDB Mediation

Contact Phone 9707690039

Contact email mssylvain3@gmail.com

Cost Free