We all need hope and resiliency right now more than ever. Hope is not simply wishful thinking. Resiliency is not simply trying harder to bounce back each day. Hope and resiliency are based on choices and actions we must take in our lives, especially right now with such pain, heartbreak, and loss all around us as the world grapples with COVID-19. First responders and frontline workers are facing some of the most trauma they have ever experienced in their lives.
Casey Gwinn, through his work and research with adult and child victims of domestic and sexual assault, is one of the leading writers and thinkers in the country right now on how to cultivate hope in the midst of stress and trauma. Join us to hear Casey’s encouragement and learn about small ways we can keep restoring hope in our lives in the midst of intense direct and vicarious trauma.
As a result of this webinar, participants will be better able to:
- Identify how trauma impacts survivors of violence
- Understand the science and power of hope in predicting well-being
- Recognize the language and actions in trauma-informed, hope-centered work
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