Resources for Healing the Whole Person: A Self-Care Webinar Series
"The loss of normalcy; the fear of economic toll; the loss of connection. This is hitting us and we're grieving. Collectively." - David Kessler (Co-Author, On Grief & Grieving; foremost expert on grief).
You are invited to participate in a multi-week webinar series designed to provide tools for recognizing and understanding the emotional and physiological impact of the COVID-19 crisis.
Week One (April 15): Navigating the Emotional & Physical Impact of Grief
Week Two (April 22): Help for Parents, Teachers & Kids
Week Three (April 29): Grief over business or employment loss and conflict resolution
Rachel Foster, MA, BSN, RN, has 15+ years of experience working in health care administration, school health, public health, leadership and nursing. She currently services as the Health Services Coordinator for the Boulder Valley School District. Rachel has a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from Johns Hopkins University and a Master's Degree in Health Communications from the University of Texas at Austin.
Crystal Givens is an Advanced Grief Recovery Specialist, who helps people recover from any type of loss. Crystal was trained and mentored by one of the founding members of the Grief Recovery Institute in 2007. She teaches an evidence-based program called the Grief Recovery Method. This Program provides specific tools and action steps on how to recover from the emotional pain caused by any type of loss.
Hannah Knox, M.Ed, LPC, NCC, is a mental Health Clinician with Estes Park School District R-3 will address talking to children about COVID-19, self-care as a tool to help others and a special focus on parents and teachers.
Melissa Westover, has been a part of the Estes Park community for 32 years. During that time she has served the community as a mental health practitioner, Restorative Justice Manager, mediator and non-profit volunteer. She now works as a restorative justice consultant and practitioner and maintains her counseling license. She has a B.S. in Education and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Denver Seminary.
Please register so that we can protect the privacy of our online meeting room. Anonymity is very important to the event organizers and the webinar will be set up to display on the speakers and moderator. We will keep the video off for participants and if you would like anonymity in the chat, you can register under a pseudonym.
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This webinar series is brought to you by a team of partners from the Town of Estes Park, Estes Chamber of Commerce and Estes Park Police Department.