Recovery for families involves positive stress management, coping with change, and the availability of support. This course will examine how learning to cope with manageable stress is critical to developing resilience. Communication and community collaboration will be highlighted as essential to family members building skills, creating biological resistance to adversity, and experiencing resilient outcomes. Communication performances of bonding, bridging, and linking will be detailed as critical to family members’ cultivation of stability, finding a rhythm in family life with confidence to manage change. Throughout the webinar, participants will be asked to build upon ideas for family-practitioner-community collaboration to enhance resilience among families.
The presenter is Karyl Sabbath, Ph.D., LICDC-CF, LAC is an Internationally Certified Clinical Supervisor.
The workshop is approved for 1.5 CE clock hours; No NBCC credit is available for this program.
To register: https://virtual.tpn.health/e/102121sabbath/