Quinte and District 06.10.2021 *VIRTUAL* Lessening the Impact of Collective Trauma; Historical and Practical Considerations


Date and Time

Starts:06/10/2021 6:00 PM

Ends:06/10/2021 7:30 PM

Event Type: Webcast

1.5 hours Hour(s)

Location:
ON24

Price:

MEMBERS FREE I NON MEMBER $30 I $5.00 DONATE

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This presentation will provide a framework for understanding Collective Trauma as a reoccurring phenomenon throughout our history through to present day COVID. Although we often think of Collective Trauma as an event, in reality, Collective Trauma has shaped our society, and has systemically impacted the LGTBQ2 community, women, Indigenous people, racialized groups and persons with disabilities for generations. Collective Trauma has been a catalyst for change as well as a sobering reminder of our vulnerability and strength during trying times.

Participants will:

- Learn how to reframe Collective Trauma from a historical context.
- Develop an understanding of the Impact of Collective Trauma.
- Learn about supportive strategies to build resilience and thrive.

Agenda

6:00 PM Welcome and Chapter Update- Upcoming events
6:05 PM Presentation
7:20 PM Questions and Answers
7:25 PM Closing Remarks

During registration, please consider the donation option. Donated funds collected through this event registration will be equally divided between Indspire and Black Youth Helpline, preferred charities identified by HRPA members in a recent survey.

Speaker bio(s)
Janet Barry

Janet is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers and is a member of the Ontario Association of Social Workers and Emdria. Janet’s approach to treatment integrates therapies that include Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour and Dialectic Behaviour Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma Informed Therapies, Life Coaching and Mindfulness. Throughout her career Janet has worked for a variety of social service organizations and mental health providers. Her areas of strength include individual counselling and psychotherapy to address trauma, stress and anxiety, change and loss, strengthening and enhancing existing life skills. Janet has studied and has a particular interest in the importance of trauma informed care/supports and has provided training and many presentations to staff and interested community groups on this topic.