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Free Webinars: Two-Part Series On A Life of Stress
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Recordings of these webinars can be found on the Justice Clearinghouse site:

The Justice Clearinghouse is presenting these upcoming free webinars on the topics of Crisis Intervention, Stress Management, and Trauma.

Webinar Description:
Part I - A Life of Stress: The Damages & Part II -
A Life of Stress: The Proper Response
""These webinars are designed to help participants learn some skills and tools for dealing with stress in their lives. In A Life of Stress: The Damages, participants will gain an understanding of the toll stress can take on our minds and bodies. With that understanding, participants will recognize how they can strategically combat the impacts of stress by implementing some basic coping tools while in the midst of stress in A Life of Stress: The Proper Response. Each participant will learn to develop the necessary skills and apply proper life changes to create resiliency to stress.

About the Presenter:
Pam McMillan is the person most National Park units call when they are dealing with a large crisis or traumatic event. She is the National Park Service (NPS) Critical Incident Stress Program Coordinator – managing a team of over 60 trained Peer Supporters to respond and support parks during a crisis. She is also the NPS Victim Assistance Program Coordinator managing services for victims of crime within the NPS borders. Pam has been with the NPS for over 30 years serving in many different disciplines including helitak, emergency dispatch, administration, and resource protection. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Oregon, a Master in Ministry from Simpson University Graduate School, and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Lakeland College. Pam is a certified instructor with the NPS and the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation. As a Licensed Mental Health Professional, Pam understands that having a healthy work/life balance is key to navigating the many stressors of life. Pam has been married to her husband Kevin (a retired Federal Law Enforcement Officer) for 29 years and they live in southeast Wisconsin with their dog Zack.

Part I Date/Time:
Tue, Jul 21, 2015 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM MDT

Part II Date/Time: Tue, Aug 4, 2015 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM MDT

For additional information on the topics of Crisis Intervention, Stress Management, and Trauma from the NIC Information Center, click here.

Posted Tue, Jun 23 2015 1:27 PM by S. Cairns


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