*Registration payment includes Credit Cards and Interfund Transfers ONLY.
This online module is for employees/staff within the Mecklenburg County Public Health Department. Participants must have a code to register for this webinar. If you are an employee/staff within the Mecklenburg County Public Health Department and have not received the code, please contact Cortney Fowler (<a href="mailto:Cortney.Fowler@atriumhealth.org">Cortney.Fowler@atriumhealth.org</a>).
The purpose of this online module is to increase shared knowledge in the community of the strategies, tools, and resources for trauma-informed approach and resilience. This online module is funded through Mecklenburg County ReCAST, a SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) grant awarded to Mecklenburg County Public Health. ReCAST supports community-based approaches to improving trauma informed care and resilience for systems, organizations and communities.
In times of crisis, compassion fatigue and burnout seem to quadruple. The extra stress that comes with crisis situations, like COVID-19, is compounded by fears and feelings of unsafety which lead to dysregulation. This online module will discuss the impact that crisis has on the brain and provide strategies for self-regulation as part of building compassion resilience as public health work continues.
Original Release Date: May 07, 2020
Expiration Date: May 06, 2022
LINDA HENDERSON-SMITH, PH.D. LPC
Director, Children and Trauma-informed Services, National Council for Behavioral Health