Event date: 3/4/2022 Export event
Mark Wills
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Post-Traumatic Growth in an Age of COVID

NASW California

6-7 p.m.

Kick off Social Work Month 2022 by joining Dr. Sommer Howser as she defines the various forms of trauma experienced by social workers (and other health/mental health practitioners) during the present-day COVID-19 pandemic.

In addition, Dr. Howser will discuss self-preservation skills that can be used to thrive while continuing to provide essential services to clients and communities. Gain understanding of post-traumatic stress disorder versus post-traumatic growth and learn how to implement trauma stewardship in your daily life.

Course Objectives
  1. Define collective trauma, compassion fatigue, burnout, and moral injury
  2. Understand post-traumatic growth versus post-traumatic stress disorder
  3. Identify the challenges for Social Work in an age of COVID
  4. Learn and identify self-preservation skills for coping in an age of COVID
  5. Gain awareness of resources for trauma stewardship
1 CEU available

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