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EAPA-SA EduWeb Seminar: Panel Discussion: The Trilogy of Trauma, Grief and Fatigue
Panel Speakers:

Paula Quinsee: Relationship Expert @Ati2ud Communications
Carol-Ann Dixon: Counselling Psychologist @Private Practitioner
John Smith: Internationally Certified Addiction Treatment Professional/Senior SUD Counselor @Siam Rehab

Paula Quinsee: Relationship Expert, Tedx speaker and author passionate about cultivating healthy relationships at home and in the workplace to create a more human connected world. Mental health advocate and voice for GBVH.

Carol-Ann Dixon: Counselling Psychologist focusing on holistic well-being specialising in relationships and corporate interpersonal interaction. Her Masters Thesis was on: Revictimization in survivors of sexual abuse – the coloured experience.

John Smith: As a former high school teacher and school counsellor he has been active in both addiction and mental health for more than 10 years consulting to a number of addiction and mental health facilities as well as correctional services. He has conducted public lectures, seminars and workshops, as well as regular radio and television interviews on topics related to personal development and recovery of which often the underlying contributing factor is trauma.

Presentation Abstract: Since COVID so many people are dealing with loss (trauma) on many different levels and we are yet to see the real impact of COVID on mental health which has become very topical in corporate''s of late. The next predicted pandemic is that of Burnout (COVID fatigue) and we don't realise the impact that this can have on our wellbeing and the neuroscience behind it.


Learning Objectives:

1. How trauma really affects the body and our well-being
2. The Neuroscience behind trauma
3. Dealing with post COVID trauma in the workplace

Apr 5, 2022 10:00 AM in Johannesburg

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