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Transforming Secondary Trauma: Skills for Relief, Healing, and Resilience

Registration: 9:00-9:30AM
Presentation: 9:30AM-3:30PM

Kathryn Bryan, PhD, MDiv
Erin English, PhD, MPH

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify risk and resiliency factors related to secondary trauma
  • Describe the ways in which secondary trauma is stored in the body
  • Practice orienting, grounding, self-contact, visualization, and movement as skills for managing and reducing the impact of secondary trauma
  • Identify individual and organizational strategies for the prevention of secondary trauma

Brief Description:
As therapists, we regularly hold space for stories and symptoms of the trauma experienced by our clients. A robust body of evidence in the psychological literature demonstrates that engagement with our clients’ trauma may have a significant impact on our psychological, spiritual, and emotional well-being. This experiential workshop will provide an overview of secondary trauma, including risk and resiliency factors. We will introduce and practice skills for relief and healing, and we will identify multi-level strategies for the prevention of secondary trauma symptoms among clinicians.

Education Credits:
5 core hours
(Applications made to LPCAGA, GSCSW & GAMFT. Pending GPA Approval.)

$80, lunch is provided

Please note that registration fees for Skyland Trail professional workshops are nonrefundable.

  • September 20, 2019
    9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Details Price Qty
Workshop Ticket $80.00 (USD)  


1961 N Druid Hills RD NE, Atlanta, Georgia, 30329, United States


The Dorothy C. Fuqua Center includes the Goodman Training Center where we host community and professional education activities.

1961 North Druid Hills RD NE
Atlanta (Brookhaven), GA 30329