Reconnect for Resilience
Reconnect for Resilience trainings offer community members a set of easy-to-use tools to stay well in the face of adversity. In this 14-hour class participants learn what happens to our brains and bodies when we are stressed, and are given tools to stay healthy, connect, and resilient during tough times.
This trauma-informed and resiliency-focused program teaches participants about the biological effects of stress and trauma, and promotes a culture of resilience in homes, workplaces, and communities. It also introduces practical strategies that can be used by anyone to self-regulate, restore self compassion, and re-connect to others.
The training is available to members of the Black community. With speakers ready to share their knowledge of the topics of adversity and resilience.
Presenter(s): Eulanda Thorne, Program Manager for Public School Forum of NC & Resilience Educator and Victor Jones, Senior Certified Resilience Educator & Certified Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coach LCSW, LCAS
Please plan to arrive to training 15 minutes in advance
To register for the training, click here.
Registration for this training must be completed no later than Wednesday, January 25th to confirm registration.