Community Resiliency Model — learn how you can help create a resiliency-informed community
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
McCall Outdoor Science School, 1800 University Lane in McCall
This workshop is free of charge — registration is required.
Coffee, tea, fruit and snacks provided, with a one-hour break for lunch, on your own.
The Community Resiliency Model (CRM) trains community members to help themselves and others within their wider social network. The primary focus of the model is to reset the natural balance of the nervous system. CRM’s goal is to help to create “trauma-informed” and “resiliency-focused” communities. With enough individuals engaging in the practice, this can create stronger, more resilient communities.
CRM teaches us to become “resiliency informed,” enabling us to make a shift from focusing on what may be wrong with us, to what is right with us, and what are our strengths. Participants will learn to use strategies, based on human biology and neuroscience, to create new neural pathways that strengthen the ability to cope when dealing with trauma, chronic stress, and/or bounce back faster from everyday normal stressors.
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Teaching common language around the biology of stress and trauma can de-stigmatize those biological reactions that occur. This one-day workshop focuses on the trainees learning the biological basis of the model, the importance of a shared language, and learning the skills to implement CRM into their own lives. Participants will learn how they might begin to share the skill with others. To watch the recording of the Intro to CRM from May 2022 go to:
Contact Tiffany Dobbs, St. Luke’s McCall Community Health manager, email@example.com or 208-630-2419.
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