As a clinician you likely engage with individuals and groups who have survived various traumas and formative adverse life circumstances. You have helped your clients to struggle better
As a clinician you likely engage with individuals and groups who have survived various traumas and formative adverse life circumstances. You have helped your clients to struggle better (or cope), and supported them in experiencing resilience. And, imagine that you can be a part of facilitating a possible transformation – of reconstructing the narrative and supporting clients beyond coping and resilience. Post-traumatic growth (PTG) represents positive psychological change occurring in some who suffered trauma. It happens more often than we imagine, and one’s awareness of PTG’s signs opens for doors for potential growth – after trauma!
In this workshop, you will gain an understanding of the brain-mind dyad, the role of mindfulness, the latest research pertaining to PTG, its markers, and insights into clinical interventions you can begin incorporating into your work now to promote clients’ journey to healing and growth. You will gain not only an understanding of, but acquire a set of tools and skills that can support you in the mastery of listening for and nurturing posttraumatic growth. You will become expert companions for those who experience personal and psychological growth while struggling with live traumas.
For more information and to register, please visit https://events.orinyc.org/post-traumatic-growth-deepening-skills-in-healing-through-struggle/
To discuss any issues related to this workshop participation, please email me (ORI Programs Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text to 646-522-1056.
8 (Thursday) 9:24 am - 9 (Friday) 12:30 pm