Brought to you by NAMI-CO, in partnership with Deschutes County Health Services and The Sanctuary Institute
Are you looking for ways to connect and keep yourself together while staying home? In this one-hour community coping event, presenters Elizabeth Fitzgerald and Jaye Holly will lead us through a resilience building process called S.E.L.F, which stands for: Safety Emotions Loss and Future.
The S.E.L.F tool is a component of The Sanctuary Model of trauma-informed care, which is currently being implemented at Deschutes County Health Services. Jaye, who’s all the way across the country in New York, and Elizabeth, who’s right here in Bend, are coming together through the virtual magic of Zoom to share ways we can restore and maintain our individual and collective wellbeing. Through SELF we can create the world we’re waiting for. Join us!
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Elizabeth Bouvier-Fitzgerald, LPC, is a licensed clinician, trainer and speaker. She earned a dual master’s degree from Lesley University in expressive psychotherapies and clinical mental health and has over 16 years’ experience working with people across the lifespan to help them achieve their goals. She conducts trainings on trauma-informed theory and practice to help us understand how trauma separates us from love and what we can do to find our way back. Elizabeth identifies as a provider with lived experience of trauma, poverty, resilience and most importantly, hope.
Jaye Holly, MS, is a full-time faculty member for the ANDRUS Sanctuary Institute. Jaye has been designing and delivering training for more than 20 years on a wide array of topics, including performance management, adult learning, and diversity. Her career includes working in an eclectic mix of settings, from human services to academia to government. In 2010, Jaye began working with the Sanctuary Model by leading the implementation process for a child welfare agency serving communities across New York State. Since then, she has worked across the country and around the world to help build trauma informed communities. She has an M.S. in Human Resources Development from McDaniel College. She currently resides near Albany, NY.