Turning Stress, Distress,and Trauma intoResiliency09/28/2021WEBINAR
The Social Resilience Model will be presented as a practical approach to turn stress, distress, and trauma into resiliency. Anchored in neuroscience and the field of somatics, participants will learn practical skills to head off dysregulation before a stressful event and develop the capacity to grow and be creative during times of relative stability. After the workshop participants can expect to have gained new skills that reduce reactivity in the nervous system and increase resilience to improve relationships at home, work, or in the community.
By attending the workshop, participants will:
** Define and describe the window of tolerance and the rhythm of the nervous system,
** Identify and apply the core concepts and SRM skills to connect back to safety.
** Develop a personal profile of survival strategies and a unique resiliency plan.
** Appreciate how the social-political environment supports or hinders our healing and well-being.
About the Presenter:
Whitney Gherman (she/her/hers) is a social justice Educator who supports community members with knowledge and resources to engage in meaningful dialogue and produce positive outcomes for racial healing, healthy food access, trauma informed care, and affordable housing. Grants have supported her work on bottom-up organizing and shared group leadership. In 2020 she was recognized by The Ohio State University for outstanding achievement of community-university partnerships and more recently, received a national diversity award in her field.
Gherman received her bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Mt. Vernon Nazarene University and a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan. Recently, she earned a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion certificate from The Ohio State University.
Turning Stress, Distress, and Trauma into Resiliency
Tuesday, September 28, 2021
9:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. (AM Session)
Presenter: Whitney Gherman, BSW, MSW
Cost $45.00 / 3 CEUs for
Counselors and Social Workers