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Trauma: What It Is and How It Relates to Scarcity (Trauma & Resilience Webinar Series)

In the first webinar in our Trauma & Resilience Summer Series, Dr. Kimberly Quinn, Professor of Cognitive and Positive Psychology and Well-being & Success Coach at Champlain College, will discuss how to help students overcome trauma and build resilience in the face of uncertainty.

Trauma differs from big stress in that it actually rewires the brain when the mind no longer has the ability to cope. Trauma affects memory, sense of time, social perception and learning, as well as the connection to the body. This pandemic has had many of us are walking around with “brain fog” unable to decide which salad dressing we prefer and wondering what is wrong with us. Trauma also has a way of flipping the switch on previous experiences without our awareness, which is why there has been an overall scarcity of toilet paper across the country…please join us to find out why this is.

Wednesday, July 8
4:00 pm-4:30 pm
FREE
Trauma: What It Is and How It Relates to Scarcity (Trauma & Resilience Webinar Series)
Date
Wednesday, July 8
Time
4:00 pm-4:30 pm
Cost
FREE
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Organizer
Dr. Kimberly Quinn
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Webinars and workshops in our Trauma & Resilience 3 Tips in 30 Minutes Summer Series will be delivered over Zoom on Wednesdays from July 8 to August 5, 2020.
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