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NEast Wellroot Resilience Training for Pastors and Care Givers
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Wednesday, March 23, 2022 at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

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Looking for resources and information on how to help those who serve others (YOU!)  reduce burnout and gain resiliency?  The staff from Wellroot will offer a workshop on The Community Resiliency Model (CRM)® which is an innovative, preventative, mental wellness intervention developed by the Trauma Resource Institute.
 
CRM is a simple set of mental wellness skills that can be readily learned and practiced enhancing the ability to withstand stress. In CRM trainings, participants learn to understand the biology of their reactions to stress and trauma; they learn skills to track sensations connected to their wellbeing or resilience. CRM has been shown to help relieve stress and anxiety across a wide range of populations including children, first responders, educators, and community aid workers. 

Pastors may receive CEU credit for this course.
Registration closes Monday, March 21

The Community Resiliency Model (CRM)® is an innovative, preventative, mental wellness intervention developed by the Trauma Resource Institute. It is a low-cost, low-intensity training, originally developed as a psychological first-aid tool in disaster situations. CRM has evolved into a simple set of mental wellness skills that can be readily learned and practiced. The practice of these skills will contribute to enhanced resiliency and the ability to withstand stress. In CRM trainings, participants learn to understand the biology of their reactions to stress and trauma; they learn skills to track sensations connected to their wellbeing or resilience. The skills can increase the ability to return from a dysregulated emotional state to a balanced state when overwhelmed. Reinforcement of the skills is available at www.ichillapp.com, or the free app “ichill” can be downloaded on a smartphone. The first randomized controlled trial of CRM showed increased well-being and resilience and decreased stress in Emory nurses while they navigated the pandemic!  CRM has been shown to help relieve stress and anxiety across a wide range of populations including children, first responders, educators, and community aid workers.  It is a tool that can be used to help those who serve others reduce burnout and gain resiliency.    More information can be found at www.crmgeorgia.org

We will also introduce the Resilient Georgia project and share the opportunities this gives us to partner with your congregations!