Updated: Mar 4
These are the times where we need an "All-Hands-On-Deck" approach to life. Whether you are an advocate, practitioner, family member or friend, we each know someone is going through tough times right now. Maybe their habits have changed. Perhaps they are not eating, sleeping, or socializing well. Information is power. Become informed so that you can refer them or even yourselves to get some support.
Someone you know may be struggling. Someone you know may be suffering quietly behind closed doors without the coping ability to get through it all. We all cope with stress differently. Sometimes that added insight on how trauma shows up in our lives in seemingly unusual ways, can be beneficial --because you might be that support that someone is looking for.
Agenda | Trauma Super Conferencier of the pandemic, we need to gear up for our friends, family, and ourselves. There are a series of free seminars limited from 1-7-2022 through 1-13-2022. I have personally attended these seminars and they are great. The one featured here is my favorite. Dr Nzinga Harrison is a medical doctor with a wealth of knowledge and a great personality.
Grab a notebook and cup of tea, water, coffee and take a seat and give it a listen. see: for a series: Video | Trauma Super Conference. I pulled this video/seminar because I was intrigued by this doctor. She has a great personality and explains how everyday life events can chip away at mental health.
Agenda | Trauma Super Conference. Enjoy and reach out if you need someone to talk to! Also checkout: Woebot: Your Self-Care Expert (an App for self-care).
Let me know how you like the series!
Dr. Avon Hart-Johnson