Empowering Latinx physicians, medical professionals and medical students through education, advocacy & health policy to support their efforts to eliminate health disparity, promote and optimize health and the quality of life for Latinx in California.
We Are Resilient™ Healthcare Training – Resilience Circle Weekly Series (5 of 6)
March 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Resilience Circles are 6 (1-hour) weekly sessions which take place each Thursday, beginning February 18th, and offer a more in-depth experience with time for reflection and support from peers.
|Do you feel your stress rising, especially as COVID and political disturbances are raging?
|We Are Resilient™ is a practical hands-on approach to strengthening resilience and reducing stress. We can all benefit from recognizing what gets in the way of our resilience and learning how to practice these simple skills which promote it.
|We Are Resilient™ is particularly helpful for healthcare providers and staff to be more comfortable addressing ACEs, trauma and providing trauma-informed care. The training helps providers manage their own vicarious trauma and delivers anticipatory guidance to support patients/caregivers in strengthening their own resilience skills.
About The Presenter:
Meri McCoy-Thompson, MALD
Chief Operating Officer(she, her, hers)
Healthcare Resilience Circle C: Thurs starting Feb 18, 6 pm – 7 pm PT/ 9-10 pm. ET
Meri’s passion is to empower people to lead transformational change. As an Irish-American who has lived and worked with nonprofits on four continents, Meri is on a lifelong journey of discovering the many layers of our Cultural Patterns. Previously, she served as Director of Strategic Partners with The Gratitude Network; Executive Director, the Human Needs Project, Kenya; and has worked in Beijing, New Delhi, and Washington, D.C. Early in her career, she was on faculty at Georgetown University, where she served as Project Director for the first edition of Bright Futures: National Health Supervision Guidelines for Infants, Children and Adolescents. Meri’s primary Centering Skill is Finding Gratitude: “Every day is a gift and we are blessed to have life and each other.”