Resurrecting The Resilient Spirit Kathleen Parrish

| 06 May 2018
Traumatic events are an everyday occurrence. For many individuals, traumatic experiences have changed the way they function, altered their thoughts, and resulted in profound feelings of depression and worthlessness. Many people struggle to find the gift in their pain and are unable to recognise their own resilience or the beauty of their survival. This workshop will examine the concept of PTSD and will review pertinent research related to the physical and emotional sequelae of trauma. It will also review the concept of resilience and specific strategies to foster resilience in those recovering from PTSD and related co-occurring disorders. Attendees will learn various treatment modalities that are effective in the treatment of PTSD symptoms. Kathleen Parrish is a Licensed Professional Counsellor in Arizona and the Clinical Director of Cottonwood Tucson, an internationally renowned, residential treatment program for co-occurring disorders. She is an approved Clinical Supervisor for the Arizona Board of Behavioural Health Examiners. She earned a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and a Master of Arts Degree in Religious Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1999. Hosted by Cottonwood Tucson
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