Skyline Hospital in partnership with Resilience Network of the Gorge is offering an educational class, Stress and Resilience: How Adversity Can Help Us Adapt and Grow Stronger on October 18, 2018 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., in its Community Education and Wellness Center. This class is free to the public.
Join Claire Ranit, project director of Gorge Resilience Network, and Erica Didier, M.D., Skyline Family Medicine physician in a safe and collaborative learning environment where the following topics will be discussed.
Stress and the Body: Understanding how the body responds to stress and how various kinds of stress have a different impact on each of us.
Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE’s): Learning how toxic stress can cause trauma and influence the brain’s development and interaction with the world.
Resilience: Learning about a person’s ability to bounce back higher than where they started, so the next time they face adversity, it isn’t as difficult.
Resilient Communities: Learning how policies, resources and support play a big role in a person’s ability to be resilient. The more resilient each community member, the more resilient the community.
Space is limited and pre-registration is recommended. To reserve your spot, call 509-637-2601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.