Psychological First Aid Training Postponed from June 16 to June 30
Resilient Diamond Heights apologizes in advance that we will need to postpone this talk to Tuesday, June 30, 6:30 to 7:30 pm in order to bring its content into alignment with the unique needs of our current crisis.
In the time of quarantines, curfews, riots and economic meltdown, how do you keep your sanity in this strange new world? “How to Build your Psychological First Aid Tool Kit” can help you reduce distress, meet current needs, promote flexible coping techniques and encourage adjustment.
Learn how to assess your current mental health resiliency and how to engage others in a compassionate way with this free Zoom training sponsored by Resilient Diamond Heights (RDH). The training will be led by Jill Borofka, a member of the RDH Steering Committee. Jill has a background in cognitive and behavioral psychology and has trained in Psychological First Aid with the American Red Cross and Johns Hopkins University.
If you have already signed up for the training, I will keep your name on the list for June 30. For new enrollees who wish to join the presentation by Zoom, please reply. The Zoom link will be emailed on the Sunday or Monday before June 30.
Thank you for your understanding,
Betsy for RDH