The current situation made us think differently. We need extra tools to understand the way out of the pandemic and how to maximize the impact of our work through hybrid and virtual platforms.
Session 1: Trauma
Definition and understanding trauma
Factors of vulnerable populations
Session 2: From transactional to relational choices
How can digital relationships be authentic?
What kind of choices do you make going forward?
Session 4: Measuring success
How do you know that you’ve been impactful?
A SPECIALLY DESIGNED COURSE WITH YOU IN MIND
New York, US
Dr. Betsy Stone is a retired clinical psychologist who currently teaches as an adjunct lecturer at HUC-JIR, teaching pastoral and developmental topics in the School of Education.
Betsy teaches webinars and seminars, and serves as a Scholar in Residence, on topics including Trauma, Adolescent Spirituality, Gen-Xers as parents, Teenagers and their Brains, Leadership in Crisis, and Stress and Anxiety. She is an engaging speaker whose passion for wellness has brought her invitations to teach throughout North America. She also facilitates a group for Rabbis in her local community, and is a frequent contributor to eJewish Philanthropy, an online forum for opinion within the larger Jewish community..
Betsy consults on program development and community building. During the COVID-19 crisis, Betsy has led webinars on Trauma, Resilience and Post-Traumatic Growth for congregations, Rabbis, Hillels, the Central Conference of American Rabbis, The Jewish Teen Funders Network, Hebrew Union College and the Jewish Education Project. She does not like chocolate in any form.
Tamara is the Founder and CXO of CORIPHERY, a social-impact consulting company that supports local, national and global Jewish organizations. She advises leaders on program optimization, building compelling engagement strategies and designing transformative experiences. Tamara has trained and coached over 2000 leaders, led numerous training sessions online and in-person, and has facilitated workshops as a subject matter expert at over 30 conferences across five continents. She lives in Toronto with her husband and two daughters.
For the first time ever, a seminar devised and thought for people caring for others. How to understand better the whole impact of the pandemic and the implication on new methods of communication.
Please complete the continuing education credit evaluation form for this 4-series workshop. The entire series is work 6 credit hours. All evaluations must be completed and returned to Megan Manelli at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 29th. Kindly note that social workers in states that do not accept CEUs from NASW (Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina) will need to research their state board requirements. Certificates of completion will be emailed to attendees who completed the evaluation form in January 2022.
For organizations interested in sending multiple staff,
please note the following discounted group registration fees:
$300 US – for three staff
$100 US – for each additional person, above three
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