An Introspective Look at Trauma and the Need for Self-Care
Upon completing this training, participants will be able to:
Identify three methods for self-care.
Discover how trauma may be preventing you from being fully available for others.
Create a personalized self-care plan.
This Professional Development Activity is approved by Texas Psychological Association: Two hours of Professional Development credits for psychologists, social workers, and counselors.
This course includes the following:
Two Training Videos + One Quiz
One Presentation Guide + Five Mini Self-Care Practice Videos
Professional Development Certificate
Shawn Alex Nemeth, Trauma Survivor
Shawn Alex Nemeth is a talented speaker, author, coach, and entrepreneur whose life purpose is to help childhood trauma survivors heal and thrive. He is also the Founding Director and CEO of Chester Street Foundation, a nonprofit he established to shine a light on childhood trauma through education and awareness.
Ann Friedman, Psychologist
Ann Friedman, Ph.D is a certified mindfulness trainer and compassion trainer at the Mind Body Spirit Institute of The Jung Center of Houston. She taught across Southeast Texas following Hurricane Harvey and was sent by UNICEF and Mental Health America of Greater Houston to Florida and Puerto Rico. Additionally, she taught in Oklahoma through HealthCorps. For ten years, Ann served as Adjunct Professor in the U.H. Counseling Psychology Graduate Program.
What people are saying about this course!
The presentation was very well done. The presenters personal experience and knowledge really helped engage learner throughout entire presentation.
Much needed information; I learned many ways to deal with stress and the importance of dealing with emotions and self-care.
I believe that the self-care plan and practices presented will have a positive impact on myself and the individuals with whom I interact with in my life.