The Trauma Series Part IV: Working Through Pandemic Shock
Can We Ever Return to ‘Normal’?
Friday 19 November 2021
With Dr Janina Fisher, Dr Ruth Lanius, and Dr Pat Ogden
- Includes a recording of the event with access for a year (14 days post the event)
- Bookings close at 9:00am GMT Tuesday 16 November
In this final session of “The Trauma Series” our three expert clinicians will come together to answer your questions on their work in the context of working through the coronavirus threats.READ MORE...
After a year of intense threats to our survival, coupled with the stress of social distancing, self-quarantine and isolation, most people will suffer some after-effects even when there is a return to ‘normal.’
Research on previous pandemics demonstrates that prolonged quarantining results in depression and anxiety as well as increased substance abuse and domestic violence. However, other research suggests ways that we can help ourselves to recover using the innate ability of our minds and bodies to heal and recover.