CAN WE GRIEVE YET? UNDERSTANDING
TRAUMATIC STRESS REACTIONS
Mental Health & Wellness | Student Program
The COVID-19 global pandemic was sudden, overwhelming and life-changing. For many of us, there are no outwardly visible signs of trauma, but the emotional toll is there, nonetheless. But the impacts we’ve collectively experienced from both the pandemic and social unrest are vastly different from anything we have ever experienced before. For many, the losses are bigger, the hurts are deeper, and the fear is greater. We are experiencing loss both as individuals and as a community.
This program will explore the phases of Traumatic Stress Reactions, or disaster grief, that occur following a disaster. Understanding that research can help us understand how to move our communities forward while we travel our own personal grief journey.
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Gain understanding of the phases of Traumatic Stress Reactions and identify how their community’s journey is impacting their personal life.
Identify strategies and tactics to combat and effectively manage COVID fatigue.
Identify the Stages of Grief and distinguish the areas that are different than what is normally seen in a community grief model.
Due to the global pandemic, Archie plans on delivering 100% of his programs virtually for the time being. Virtual programs do not have to be boring, and can be more effective than in-person events.
Archie's virtual programs are delivered with the same objectives and learning outcomes as other events. Students react well to the virtual programming and oftentimes feel more comfortable engaging over this medium.
Download the free ebook to start practicing gratitude today!
BONUS: Archie's 21-day challenge to make gratitude a daily habit for more happiness and improved mental health.