Trauma informed care asks all human service professionals to realize the widespread impact of trauma, recognize the signs and symptoms of trauma, and respond by integrating trauma informed knowledge into all policies, procedures and practices while actively resist re-traumatizing the youth, families and adults we serve - Presented by: Robin Hornstra, LCSW
The happiest employees tend to include interpersonal relationships, commitment to the organization, and a sense of meaning or purpose among the parts of their job with which they are most satisfied - Presented by: Dr. Brian Maiden, VSU Assistant Professor, School and Community Counseling
Stemming back to the days of Men are From Mars and Women are From Venus, we have understood that there are some fundamental differences between the way men and women think and feel. This difference could not be more apparent in the way in which we communicate, and in the goals of our communication.
Please come join us in discussing male/female communication, this presentation will be facilitated by Latausha Boone, LPC & Daryl Fraser, LCSW.
Community Partnership Luncheon
Grief is the normal process of reacting to a loss. It is the rollercoaster of emotions we feel when we lose something of value we did not want to lose. Grieving comes from the Latin word "gravare" which means to burden or make feel heavy. And that’s what we feel – weighed down. We feel burdened.
Our Grief and Loss "Remembering the Good Times" discussion will be co-facilitated by Robin Hornstra, LCSW, RPT. Robin Hornstra has been a LSCW since 1996 and most of her experience has been with children and families. She has a clear understanding of working with individuals who struggle with trauma, grief and loss.
Also co-facilitating the conversation will be Pastor Robert Winfree who teaches "you cannot love others until you love yourself", when that happens the healing can start". Using scripture, he guides individuals through the grief and loss process.
Community Partnership Luncheon
Dr. Mitchell Reid is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, who practices in the Metro Richmond area. His services include administering and interpreting cognitive and personality tests and diagnosing mental illness; with other services focusing on individual, family, and group counseling addressing symptom management. Put simply – stress management is a set of techniques and programs intended to help people deal more effectively with stress in their lives by analyzing the specific stressors and taking positive actions to minimize their effects. Dr. Reid will be leading our discussion on stress and general tips to reduce professional stress.
September 12, 2018 - Recovery Awareness: Celebrating the Journey
October 17, 2018 - Stress Management: Learning to address professional stress
November 14, 2018 - Grief and Loss: Remembering the Good Times
December 19, 2018 - Preparing for Success: Setting Goals (Vision Boards)
Please RSVP for luncheon and/or professional presentation at firstname.lastname@example.org