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Safe, Sane, and Stable in Turbulent Times
In a world that doesn’t seem safe, sane, or stable, having a reliable set of mental health skills and personal reservoirs to draw from can mean the difference between a life where we are surviving and a life where we are shining with power and purpose. Drawing from evidence-based, psycho-therapeutic modalities, and the latest in trauma-informed approaches, Rebekah Demirel inspires and guides us on an intimate journey to befriend ourselves, integrate our traumatic experiences, soothe frazzled nervous systems, and reinvigorate our energy to make real changes happen.
This webinar is 75 minutes long.

Learning Objectives for participants:
1. Be able to self-assess for heightened stress response on and off the job
2. Apply immediate skills to down-regulate chronic sympathetic nervous system stimulation
3. Develop habitual implementation of psycho-therapeutic tools for personal well-being
4. Analyze ways personal biases and attitudes may contribute to stress

The Northwest MHTTC acknowledges that the gender and race options on this form are limited, and we understand that many people may not identify with any of the options listed. These questions are developed by our federal funder and we do not have the ability to modify the answer options. Please select the option that best represents how you identify or select “none of these” or skip the question if that feels most appropriate for you.

Oct 15, 2021 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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