Friday , August 5, 2022 & August 12, 2022, 10 - 10:50 AM EDT
Take some time out of your day for a brief resilience break where we will use breath and movement to explore common emotions that impact our resilience. Each session will explore a different emotion and breathing or movement technique to support letting go and re-stabilization in our minds and bodies.
Connecting with our body through gentle movement, breath practice, and reflection is a powerful way to build internal resilience to be able to handle any challenges each day brings.
Presenter: Shenise Nicole Henderson MBA, MSS, LCSW, has been in the field of social work for 16 plus years and has dedicated her work to trauma informed care and practice with children, adults, families and communities through psychotherapy practice, consultation, advocacy and training. Ms. Henderson works very closely with the foster care system helping to implement trauma informed practice within organizations through continued clinical work and training of foster parents and professionals. Ms. Henderson also directly supports children and families on the road to permanency working to directly reduce the impact of intergenerational trauma and secondary traumatic stress on the caregivers. Along with her clinical and therapeutic work, Shenise developed a love for yoga and holds a certification in trauma sensitive yoga. She teaches yoga in a professional studio, and in various schools/recreational centers within the School District of Philadelphia. Shenise is running coordinator of an active running group for minority women in the Mt. Airy neighborhood of the City of Philadelphia.
This Resiliency Series is specially offered for community members and organizations who through their work are First Responders or are involved with those affected by the Substance Use Crisis in Philadelphia. The stress of caring for others can affect our bodies and minds. This free virtual series is here to support our workplaces and community and is open to anyone.
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This program is funded in part by the
Philadelphia Department of Public Health