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Shared Traumatic Reality – For Family Safety Center Staff

December 3, 2020

- December 8, 2020

Shared Traumatic Reality

This workshop is only available for staff working at Family Safety Center.

December 3, 4-5 pm CST

December 8, 4-5 pm CST

by Avital Kaye Tzadok, MSW, PhD – Haruv USA Director

 

The Covid-19 pandemic has created a unique situation, in which both clients and professionals share the same traumatic reality.
The workshop will be based on discussing the concept of “shared traumatic reality” as well as answering questions, such as: What does it mean for professionals working under these circumstances? How do we navigate this? What can help us?

 

2 hour CEU credits for social work available for $20.

 

Registration is closed

 

Target Population:

This workshop is only available for staff working at Family Safety Center.

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