On July 17th The Trauma Healing Project is hosting a workshop with CEU's on Trauma Awareness and Healing for licensed professionals, holistic practitioners, and interested community members. The workshop supports physical, emotional, spiritual and social dimensions of healing individuals and communities.
The Project was initiated by a coalition of survivors, lay community members, professionals, students and researchers concerned about the consequences from violence, neglect, abuse and other forms of human adversity. This Oregon-based nonprofit is committed to providing community services, education, professional training, and advocacy.
If you're facing a major illness, chronic conditions, or grief, loss or a challenging life transition, you don't have to go it alone. Make connections and get help.
For millions of people, chronic illness and conditions are a part of day-to-day life. While some conditions or illnesses can be helped and managed through lifestyle changes and medication, research shows that depression rates are high among patients with chronic conditions and illness including: Diabetes, Cancer, Parkinson's, Multiple sclerosis, Arthritis, and Chronic Pain.
Although it's normal to experience chaos, fear and grief if you are struggling with a traumatic life altering disease or condition, here are a few strategies to help you cope with your condition: