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Recovering from the Trauma of the Pandemic
How can we strengthen the people we serve and one another?

with Betsy Stone, Ph.D.

The year-plus of COVID-19 has created trauma in all of us. We have lost friends and family, been disrupted and locked down. As more and more of us are vaccinated, we have constant decisions to make. Instead of feeling relieved, many of us are even more pressured. Join Dr. Betsy Stone to learn about trauma and its impact on our brains and bodies, and the ways people recover from trauma. How can we strengthen the people we serve and each other? Bring your lay leaders if you want.

About the presenter:
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.

Jun 7, 2021 12:15 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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