October 26, 2021 | 9:00am
The holiday season can trigger feelings of grief and loss for many people. Depression, anxiety, and other mental health needs tend to increase during this time as trauma cycles become activated. Join us for this important training during which participants will learn how to define and identify trauma and grief cycles, understand the emotions, feelings, and patterns occurring before, during, and after the holiday season, and common treatment methods and applicable tools you can use to support children and families.
TACFS members: Free
Non-TACFS member: $20
Stephanie Glickman, LCSW is the Clinical Director for the Family Centered Treatment Foundation with 16 years of direct involvement with FCT. She has experience working with a wide variety of populations, has extensive training in leadership development, and frequently presents at local and national conferences. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Northeastern University and her Masters of Social Work from Simmons University. She additionally has been an LCSW Clinical Supervisor for over 10 years and an affiliate Graduate Adjunct Professor at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte School of Social Work.