Kathryn Bryan, PhD, MDiv
Erin English, PhD, MPH
- 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
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.
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
The Dorothy C. Fuqua Center includes the Goodman Training Center where we host community and professional education activities.
DIRECTIONS & PARKING
1961 North Druid Hills RD NE
Atlanta (Brookhaven), GA 30329