Join us for an informative time as we discuss trauma and its effects in adults and children. Although news reports and discussions tend to focus on war, abused children, domestic violence, suicide, and natural disasters, trauma can be caused by a single event, a prolonged event, or repeated events. It overwhelms us with intense fear, helplessness, or horror. Trauma physically affects the brain and the body, causing anxiety, anger, and the inability to concentrate. Victims have problems remembering, trusting, and forming relationships. We will look at the long-term impacts of trauma on society and pathways to recovery, as we consider integrating Biblical principles and best practices in mental health to give hope to a hurting world.
Questions that will be adressed are:
- How to recognise trauma
- How to become a safe listener
- How trauma impacts the brain and body
- How to help victims of trauma find healing
NEW DATE AND TIME:
Saturday, 19 August 2023 at 10AM–12PM
7 Armenian Street, Bible House S179932
For enquiries, you may call Sam Leow at 6304 3782 or email email@example.com
About the Facilitator
Appointed as SIM Global Coordinator for Trauma Healing, Nancy Writebol is a Trauma Healing Master Facilitator, certified by Trauma Healing Institute. Together with her husband, David, they are ministering with Serving in Mission (SIM) in the US.
Belinda Ng and Carol Lim