Anchoring In: Finding Stability in the Face of Trauma and Uncertainty
Event Date: 6/14/2023
Event Time: 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM
Event Type: Live Virtual
Total CE Credits: 1.5
Clinical Hours: 1.5
General Admission: $0 CE Cost: $10
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These times can feel unsettling and uncertain. Because they are.
We have never, in our lifetimes, been faced with such adversity, loss, and change. We have found ourselves feeling hopeless and helpless as the world around us changes beyond our control. And yet, even in the darkest hour, we can learn to anchor into what we do know; what we do believe, and what we do find to be true. Join Jules as she walks us through a dialogue of inquiry and curiosity; a conversation about what it means to find your anchor, to hold fast to your anchor, and to use this anchor as a means for "settling down and settling in" to this one precious and sacred life that we have been offered. If you care for others who have been wounded or if you have been wounded, this is a time for you to engage in some reflection and planning to Anchor In as we move forward.
Participants will explore what finding your anchor in the face of trauma means and how to access your anchor when stressed. Three practical trauma-informed and mindfully-based practices for anchoring in during hard times will also be discussed.
Speaker & Bio
Jules Alvarado comes to you with 25 years of experience in system transformation. Through Emotional Regulatory Healing©, she combines the latest research in neuroscientific findings with ancient healing methods and teaches powerful parenting, therapeutic, educational, and organizational paradigms that are transforming first responders, individuals, families, schools, and entire agencies. Jules brings the highest keynote, lecture, and consultation reviews from around the globe. Motivationally charged and energetic workshops keep participants coming back time after time! Ms. Alvarado has provided treatment foster care for severely wounded children for 20 years. She is a therapist and consultant well-known internationally as an expert in trauma, loss, attachment, and organizational effectiveness. Jules has served on the boards of and as the executive director for several child welfare agencies and is the founder and Sr. Clinical Consultant of Alvarado Consulting and Treatment Group, an organizational consulting business in Denver, Colorado.