Forgotten Paths to Resilience

November 11, 2020

Forgotten Paths to Resilience

 

November 11, 11am-12pm Central Time
 
by Avital Kaye Tzadok, MSW, PhD
Haruv USA Director

 

Avital is a social worker and a social work lecturer. She has dedicated her career, in both direct practice and research, to understanding how to promote resilience among survivors of childhood abuse and neglect. Her lecture will look into some pathways to resilience, which may have been overlooked, or even forgotten.

 

1 hour CEU credit available for Social Work for $10

Target Population:

general public

Number of Sessions:

1

Number of Participants:

300

Location:

Zoom

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