Multicare Multidisciplinary Workshop

Understanding the Nature of Trauma & the Path to Healing
Location: Varies, locations are noted on the date registration link(s) below
Time: 10 am-4 pm (Check-in starts at 9:30 am. Session promptly starts at 10 am, please plan accordingly)
CE Credits Available: 5 CEs upon completion

Lunch is provided. This event is offered at no cost to the caregiver and fully funded by Multicare.

Upcoming Workshop Dates

Since early 2020 our Multicare caregivers have faced overwhelming trauma and burden around the COVID-19 pandemic. Multicare has partnered with Harmony Hill to bring our RNs, CNAs, and Nurse Practitioners workshops where caregivers can process what they have been through in the last two years and begin healing from mental and emotional trauma.

Within the construct of healthcare, building community and trust is increasingly important in your daily professional life. It is relationships with colleagues, as well as patients that underlay the work that you do. By harnessing the power of inner restorative work and strengthening one another, Harmony Hill’s multi-disciplinary faculty will help cultivate a sense of shared purpose and shared values.

During this one-day experiential workshop, you will learn about the science behind trauma, sharing your stories and learning strategies to support post-traumatic growth and healing. Post-traumatic growth is a process, not an outcome, and typically involves developing positive responses in these areas: appreciation of life, enhanced relationships with others, new possibilities in life, newly identified personal strength, and spiritual or existential change.

You and your fellow colleagues will have a time and place where you can step back, process what you have been through in the last year, and begin healing from mental and emotional trauma. Our experienced facilitators, themselves healthcare professionals, will also teach you specific tools for mental and emotional self-care mindfulness. You will have the opportunity to share your stories, connect with others, and learn specific skills for maintaining wellbeing. Our program will help you develop your individual mental, and emotional resilience as well as enhance your ability to respond to the demands of your profession with a more mindful approach.

In this workshop the Multicare caregiver will:
• Identify the components of Moral Distress, Nature of Trauma, Trauma Stewardship, and Post-Traumatic Growth
• Experience elements of self-awareness practices, centering and being in the present.

Please join us for this unique opportunity to tune into your own experience, connect with others, and build on your inner resources to support the sustainability of, and joy in, your work.

Access the registration via the link button(s) below, if the class is full, you will automatically be added to a waitlist and will be notified if the date becomes available. If the date does not work for you, follow the below link to be notified of future workshops.