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Community Resiliency Model® Virtual Training

Webinar/Online

Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 12:00pm ET - 3:00pm ET
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Topic

Participants will learn how to develop resiliency resources to manage stress and trauma, and to help others.

Speaker(s)

Ingrid Duva, PhD, RN, Clinical Assistant Professor, Emory Nursing School and Jordan Murphy, PhD, RN, CPNP-PC, Director of Operations, Community Advance Practice Nurses, Inc. and Instructor, Emory Nursing School.

Credits Offered

This event offers 3.0 contact hours to attendees.
Accredited by Georgia Nurses Association, an approved provider of nursing professional development by the South Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation..


Additional Information

The Community Resiliency Model® (CRM) is a novel approach in trauma recovery and mental wellness that focuses on biologic and sensory-somatic techniques. A recent randomized controlled trial of CRM demonstrated improved well-being and reduced stress among nurses at risk for burnout. Because of its universal approach and ease-of-use, CRM skills are currently being taught in over 100 countries in a myriad of settings.

Limited to 20 participants, this free 3-hour virtual training will teach participants body-based self-care concepts and skills to recognize and develop resiliency resources from within to help them manage stress and trauma. Also, participants will have opportunity to engage in small group practice sessions with a certified CRM teacher.

Upon completion of the training, participants will be able to use the CRM skills for self-care, or for sharing one-on-one with patients, family, friends, and colleagues.

This training is brought to you by GNA, Resilient Georgia, and Resilient Middle Georgia.

Instructors

Ingrid Duva, PhD, RN – Clinical Assistant Professor, teaches in the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs at Emory Nursing School.

Jordan Murphy, PhD, PNP (candidate), Director of Operations, Community Advance Practice Nurses, Inc. and Instructor, Emory Nursing School.

Teaching Methods

Demonstration, modeling, examples, self-reflection of participants, and skill practice in facilitated groups.

Learning Objectives/Outcomes

  1. Describe the impact of stress and trauma on mental and physical health.
  2. Explore how the COVID-19 pandemic fits into CRM’s framework for understanding stress and trauma.
  3. Describe the potential mechanisms of healing via sensory-motor awareness.
  4. Explain the 6 skills of CRM.
  5. Apply CRM skills to self and others in personal and professional situations.

For questions, please contact GNA Communications Manager Charlotte Baez-Diaz at charlotte.baez-diaz@georgianurses.org