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Upstream Invites Community to Recovery and Healing Workshops offered by UC Davis this December & January 2017

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Dear Upstream Partner,

 

We hope this message finds you well and safe. There are no words to describe how difficult the last month has been for our community. The resiliency of our residents and the critical support you continue to provide gives us hope for successful recovery efforts. 

 

We want to acknowledge all you have done and continue to do to support our community. In addition to personal losses you may have experienced, repeated exposure to the suffering of others takes its toll on the emotional and physical well-being of you and your staff.

 

With deep appreciation for your continued commitment to providing high quality services to vulnerable populations, Upstream would like to offer you and your staff the opportunity to participate in a Recovery and Healing Workshop presented by UC Davis. The workshop offers managers, supervisors and front-line staff critical tools to healthfully cope with secondary trauma. Below is a list of workshop dates and times.

 

This workshop meets the qualifications for 6 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LCPPs and/or LEPs. If you or your staff would like to join us, please contact Sabrina Condon at scondon@schsd.org or (707) 565-4367 to register.

 

Thank you, again, for all you do. Don't hesitate to reach out if there is any support we can offer.

 

Warmly,

The Upstream Investments Team

 

  • November 29: 520 Mendocino Ave., Madrone Room (8:30am-12pm or 1-4:30pm for managers)
  • December 12:  520 Mendocino Ave., Madrone Room (8:30am-12pm or 1-4:30pm, for managers)
  • December 13: 2550 Paulin Dr., Sequoia Room (8:30am-12pm or 1-4:30pm, for managers)
  • January 17: TBA(8:30am-12pm and 1-4:30pm managers and Line Staff)
  • January 18: TBA (8:30am-12pm and 1-4:30pm managers and Line Staff)
  • January 24: TBA (8:30am-12pm and 1-4:30pm managers and Line Staff)

 

Topics Include:

  • Neuroscience of trauma and its effects on the brain after disasters
  • Symptoms and signs of stress related to fire trauma
  • Evidence-based strategies to strengthen resilience and facilitate recovery
  • Organizational supports to reduce trauma and promote post-traumatic growth


About The Instructor:
 

Dr. Beth Cohen, an organizational and clinical psychologist, is an educator, trainer and consultant for the UC Davis' Center for Human Services. She is also a professional threat assessor, trauma and violence prevention expert, national speaker and certified meditation instructor with post graduate studies in organizational neuroscience. Dr. Cohen has used her 28 years of expertise in organizational and individual well-being to assess needs, design interventions, develop programs and train leadership, management and staff in both private and public sectors. She has worked extensively with human service organizations across the nation. Dr. Cohen also designs and implements post-trauma responses and recovery programs after traumatic events and disasters including earthquakes, mass murder and terrorism.

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