BZP-WWV Trauma-Informed Community Service Training

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BZP-WWV Trauma-Informed Community Service Training

Trauma-Informed Community Service training for anyone in our community who works one-on-one with people, whether in a volunteer or paid role

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Whitman College, Reid Campus Center Ballroom 345 Boyer Avenue Walla Walla, WA 99362

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  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Blue Zones Project is partnering with Community Resilience Initiative and the Blue Mountain Volunteer Corps to offer a Trauma-Informed Community Service training for anyone in our community whether in a volunteer or paid role who would like to best serve people with insight and compassion. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.

Overview: Trauma-Informed Community Service Training will take participants through the foundations of serving the community with insight and compassion. Learn about how adverse experiences change the brain's neural pathways, how our brain is the control center of our bodies and our actions, the role of the mind-body connection in building resilience, and strategies for building safety and connection with the people you serve.