Online Training “Maintaining the Capacity to Care: Self-Care and Resilience”
March 31 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 amFree
Building upon the concepts introduced in Part 1, this training focuses on the development and enhancement of specific professional and personal resilience strategies. Participants will have an opportunity to explore characteristics of resiliency and look at ways to cultivate these characteristics in their daily lives. This is an interactive training designed to engage participants with the goal to positively impact attitudes and behaviors leading to healthy coping skills and overall increased well-being.
This workshop will be presented online via Skype for Business. A Skype invitation will be sent out on Friday, March 27th. Please be prepared to log in 10 minutes in advance of the training.
Meet the Trainer
Trudy A Robinson is a NC Certified Parent Educator with over 25 years of experience working with adults, youth, and families in a variety of human service settings. Trudy joined Children’s Home Society in 2011 as a foster care specialist and transferred to the education division in 2013. As part of the professional training team, Trudy provides permanency–focused training for professionals and community partners. As a parent educator, she provides educational support services to newly formed or reunited families. Trudy enjoys teaching about the practice of “self-care while caring for others.” As part of this work, she developed a compassion fatigue training series entitled “Maintaining the Capacity to Care.” Trudy received her Bachelor of Science in Education from East Carolina University and currently resides in Winterville, NC.