How to Recover from Trauma

Duration 60 Mins
Level Basic & Intermediate
Webinar ID IQW21C0307

This webinar is for you if:

You're finding yourself emotionally exhausted, find yourself

  • You're finding yourself emotionally overwhelmed and exhausted
  • Are uncharacteristically irritable - small and unimportant occurrences bother you
  • You're experiencing unaccounted for headaches, shoulder stiffness or other body aches and pain
  • You struggle to focus and concentrate
  • You're having issues with short or long term memory - you walk into a room and can't remember why you're there
  • You're not sleeping well, having intrusive thoughts or nightmares.

You will learn:

  • How and why our systems adapt to chronic challenges and threats
  • To identify the effects and impacts of traumatic experiences
  • How to use a phased approach to reversing the effects and impact
  • Specific activities, exercises and processes to reverse the effects and return to a healthy mind, body and emotions
  • How to do protect yourself in the future

Overview of the webinar

The first steps to reversing the effects of trauma are to have a full understanding of those effects in impacts. In this webinar we will detail those effects and impacts, along with the changes in our cognitive functioning, emotional responses, and changes we experience in our bodies.

You will learn why a phased approach works best for recovering our full cognitive functions, calm our emotions and getting our bodies back to normal. There are specific processes and exercises have been proven to work for each phase, but only if done in the right order. We will show you how recognize which phase you're in and how to progress through the phases to speed up the reversal process.

The exercises and processes you will learn will help you now, and in any future situations where you encounter challenges

Who should attend?

  • HR Professionals
  • People Managers
  • Leaders
  • Directors
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Business Owners,
  • Business Consultants
  • Department Managers
  • Senior Leaders

Why should you attend?

Our nervous systems have evolved strategies to protect us when we have to deal with challenges, threats and emotional turmoil that occurs periodically and infrequently. When those challenges become frequent or chronic, our nervous system changes and adapts to protect us from what it perceives to be a chronically threatening environment.

These threats can take the form of financial, job, relationship or health insecurity. When we are in constant worry about our money, job, relationships or health, our nervous system perceives these as threats and gets overloaded.

We go into "survival" mode as the nervous system adapts in ways that can become permanent if not addressed. There are a whole range of effects that can result from being chronically in survival mode, including short and long term memory loss, inability to focus and concentrate, emotional overwhelm or emotional numbing (not being able to feel much), hyper-vigilance (overly focused on potential danger or threats), increased anxiety, body pain, headaches and other physical symptoms, sleeping and eating disruptions, increased startle response, intrusive memories and nightmares are just some of the effects of being exposed to frequent perceived threat

Faculty - Mr.Michael Healey

Since 1987 Michael has been consulting with businesses and organizations that understand the value of developing organizational culture and their people as a foundation for continual improvement, staff recruitment/retention, and enhancing organizational capacity. From large multi-national to entrepreneurial organizations, government and NGO’s, and across the spectrum of executive, senior managers, supervisors and staff. 

16-04-2021- How To Recover from Trauma.pdf


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