Collectively Rooted presents Examining Trauma & Trauma Treatments, a 4-week virtual program with Bessel can der Kolk that will be held on Wednesdays from 12:00-1:30 pm on the following dates: October 20, October 27, November 3, November 10.
In this dynamic, interactive series, Bessel van der Kolk, M.D. expands on his groundbreaking work The Body Keeps the Score, where he synthesizes history, neurology, and trauma research to deepen our understanding of trauma and trauma treatment.
You are invited to join in this distinctive and exciting 4 week program where Dr. van der Kolk will begin with a lecture followed by an open dialogue session. This is an exciting opportunity to explore ideas, critically examine trauma and trauma treatments, and hear directly from Dr. van der Kolk about the things that most ignite your interests.
Each of the 4 sessions are 1.5 hours, with the time divided between lecture and dialogue with Dr. van der Kolk. Questions can be submitted both in advance and live during the session. Your questions, thoughts, and ideas will help shape the series.
Prepare for this program by reading Dr. van der Kolk’s celebrated and groundbreaking work The Body Keeps the Score and watching two foundational courses featuring Dr. van der Kolk, which are included with your registration. Reference slides will also be provided.Read more
In response to our nation's mental health crisis, Bronx Community Health Network (BCHN) is offering Mental Health First Aid, a virtual training class on Wednesday, October 27, 9:30am-5:00pm (Eastern Time).
This groundbreaking skills-based course equips participants with tools to identify, understand and respond to situations where a family member, colleague or neighbor may be struggling with a mental health or substance use challenge, and connect them with appropriate support and resources.
The course is appropriate for concerned community residents and professionals, including but not limited to:
Community advocates and other caring citizens
Faith community leaders
Veterans and military families
Mental health/substance use patients and family members
Emergency first responders
Human resources professionals
Nurses and other primary care workers
Teachers, university faculty, staff, and student leadership
Participants must complete a 2-hour, self-paced, online course prior to attendance.
For questions, please email [email protected]
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