Promoting Resilience for Maine's Public Health Workforce
March 2, 2023
This training is focused on those who work in public or community health to support individuals, youth, and families. Those who work in systems directly supporting children and families are at risk for compassion fatigue or stress impact, especially as we consider the environments and pressures in which staff and leaders are working.
Part 1 of this 2-part series focuses on stress impact and resilience, helping participants identify areas of impact, understand acute and chronic stress, and start to explore resilience strategies that buffer against the impact of exposure.
Zoom link will be sent prior to the session.
Registration for Part 2 can be found here: https://maineresilience.org/event-5106056
Melissa Doyle, LCSW is the Director of Trauma Informed Practice and Impact at the Maine Resilience Building Network (MRBN). A clinical social worker, Melissa brings over fifteen years of experience in the trauma field. Additionally, she has provided leadership support and training around vicarious trauma and secondary traumatic stress for those who work with traumatized individuals and families. She works to promote trauma informed practices across systems.
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