Presented by Eric Gentry, PhD, LMHC
Dr. Gentry is an internationally-recognized leader in the field of disaster and clinical traumatology, having trained thousands of professionals and paraprofessionals worldwide in the treatment of traumatic stress. He has been a clinical member of several CISM teams and has provided assistance in many different disaster and critical incidents. Eric was the developer of the Community Crisis Support Team, which began in Tampa, Florida and has become a model for communities to integrate mental health services into their disaster response network.
Dr. Gentry is the co-author of the critically acclaimed Trauma Practice: Tools for Stabilization. His newest books include Forward Facing Trauma Therapy and is co-author of Trauma, PTSD, Grief & Loss.
You will be challenged, inspired and uplifted by Dr. Gentry and this unique training.
7.0 hours CME and Continuing Education hours*
- Discuss the history, causes, treatment and prevention of work-related stress for professional caregivers
- Identify the true causes of stress in personal and professional life
- Employ skills for successful self-regulation of anxiety, no matter the external context
- Utilize knowledge and skills necessary to prevent symptoms of work-related stress and fatigue though enhanced resiliency
- Use self-regulations and perceptual maturation skills to significantly lessen the negative effects of work
- Develop a self-directed professional resiliency plan that can be easily integrated into professional practice and personal life.
- Providence Caregivers: $15
- All others: $45
Light refreshments provided; lunch is on your own.
*Providence Health Care (PHC) is accredited by the Washington State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Providence Health Care (PHC) designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 7.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should just claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This activity meets the criteria for up to 7.0 hours of Category 1 CME credit to satisfy the re-licensure requirements of the Washington State Medical Quality Assurance Committee.