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Shifting from Crisis to Coping to Connection

Course Description:

Participants will self-identify physiological, emotional and mental states that occur when they experience a crisis. They will explore how to shift from reactive to more responsive states of being, while also discussing how connection to self and others can support healthy and creative outcomes.

Included in the experience will be strategies for finding peace and calm in one’s self as well as exploring ways that active listening and empathy can help one powerfully connect to others.

Learning Objectives: 
In this session, participants will: 
• Identify the four Emotional Intelligence skills of Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness and Relationship Management 
• Demonstrate the Emotional Intelligence skills of Recognizing, Regulating and Responding 
• Describe the physiology and the neuroscience behind the ‘Amygdala Hijack’ and its detrimental effects on the ability to think clearly and respond appropriately in high-stress situations. 
• Identify specific strategies and techniques for deepening one’s capacity to listen and express empathy leading to greater connection to self and others.


Target Audience: General-Open to all programs

Shifting from Crisis to Coping to Connection (2122a)
Sessions: 1
Dates & Times: 
Th, 9/23/2021
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location:  Virtual Online Training
Instructors: Alicia Davis
Stacie Watson
22 Seats Available

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