Mental Health Awareness Month – May 2022
Many of the symptoms people experience from exposure to the trauma of others, are simply the brain and body reacting to something that needs to be addressed. TIJF works to educate community heroes to both understand and respond to those symptoms with tools and techniques to help mitigate the effects of vicarious trauma and to understand what is experienced is normal; an autonomic safety response. This is how the brain and body functions, and you can do something about it.
If you work in a victim serving profession, please join us for the following events.
Click on the links for descriptions of each event or to register:
May 2 Vicarious Trauma as Moral Injury – 1.5-hour webinar
May 3 An Introduction to HART – 1.5-hour virtual training
May 9 Task Force Topics: What We’ve Learned about Vicarious Trauma – Facebook Live
May 12 Vicarious Trauma Mitigation Training – full-day in-person, Cardiff, CA
May 13 Vicarious Trauma Mitigation Training – full day in-person, Encinitas, CA
May 18 HART Part 2 – 3-hour virtual training for those who have already taken HART Part 1
May 26 Hope & Optimism: The Wonder Twins – 1.5-hour webinar