As a personal testimony from Kathie Smith at AHHC, “I have attended these trainings and found them practical and helpful in how to connect in the moment for resilience. I hope your agency’s staff will find this beneficial as well.”
Participants will learn about Reconnect for Resilience™ resiliency tools:
- They will be able to describe how the resiliency tools help reduce trauma symptoms in a nervous system that is out of balance.
- They will be able to explain how resiliency tools help people get back into or remain in their resilient zone in the face of stress or adversity.
- They will be able to utilize 2-3 of the seven tools in the Resources for Resilience curriculum.
Participants will become familiar with the Adverse Childhood Experiences study and will be able to discuss the role of the autonomic nervous system.
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Ashley Putnam, QP, is a native of western North Carolina, and graduated from UNC-Asheville with a BA in Psychology. She is a certified Resiliency Educator and serves currently as the Program Director for Resources for Resilience™. She began her career working in community provider agencies where she supported families and their children with developmental disabilities and connected them to available resources and services. It was through this work that her deeper interest in the North Carolina system of care for behavioral health developed. She spent several years in a managed care setting working with community collaboratives across western North Carolina; there, she helped communities identify gaps and barriers around their behavioral health systems, provided training, and worked with them to build bridges, find solutions, and advocate for their identified needs.
Ashley is dedicated to community education and awareness efforts, and has trained on topics such as suicide prevention, child abuse prevention, adverse childhood experiences, trauma, and resiliency. She is a certified Mental Health First Aid and Youth Mental Health First Aid instructor; a certified Darkness 2 Light: Stewards of Children facilitator; and a former QPR: Suicide Prevention trainer. She has provided trainings and delivered presentations to diverse groups in communities across the state, including law enforcement and first responders, faith based communities, families, schools, healthcare providers, and community stakeholders.
Who Should Attend:
Anyone working in home care, home health, or hospice.
This activity is eligible for 1.0 nurse contact hours.
The Association for Home & Hospice Care of North Carolina is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the North Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Cancellation and Substitution Policy:
Fees will be refunded, or invoices will be adjusted, only if written notice of cancellation is received by AHHC one week prior to the event. In the event of cancellation, AHHC will retain, or charge, 50% of the initial registration fee, per registrant, to cover administrative overhead. Once written cancellation is received, an AHHC staff member will review for approval. If your cancellation is approved, we will email back a signed and dated copy of the cancellation that your agency should retain on file in case of questions. Substitutions may be made up to the day of the event. Please contact Richard Lawrence if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.