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Hope Rising Workshop

June 17 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Free

Research studies have consistently shown that hope is the number one predictor of future wellness outcomes for individuals. Hope is easily defined, easy to assess, and easy to teach and practice. Simply stated, hope is the idea that “I have a great future in front of me and I have the power to make it a reality.” We know kids and families have been through a great deal of stress related to the pandemic. Applying hope science to our work with kids and families can help them better handle the stressors of difficult times. People who work in direct care of youth and families are not immune to the impacts of secondary trauma. Applying hope science as part of our self-care plan can lead us to increased outcomes related to our own well-being.

Participants will:

  • Define hope
  • Measure hope
  • Teach hope
  • Practice hope science

Participants will get breakfast, lunch a copy of the book Hope Rising by Chad Hellman and 6 CEUs.

Details

Date:
June 17
Time:
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://phprofessionals.learnupon.com/store/2734855-tmo-hope-rising-6-17-22

Venue

Project Harmony
11949 Q St
Omaha, NE United States
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Organizer

Trauma Matters Omaha

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