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Webinar: We Make the Path By Walking - Walking a Parallel Path

11:00am - April 16, 2021 thru 12:00pm - April 16, 2021 | Timezone: US/Pacific
Northwest MHTTC
Registration Deadline: April 16, 2021

Rebekah Demirel continues her provider well-being series in this seventh event. For many of us working in the fields of mental health services or teaching, we may notice that the very issues we help our clients with, are things we recognize in ourselves. We’ll discuss how this useful teaching tool in our work not only gives us empathy, but can help us heal our own wounds. The Northwest MHTTC is excited to collaborate with Rebekah Demirel L.Ac. MPCC to deliver a webinar and podcast series as part of our Provider Well-Being activities.


Series Description:

"We Make The Path By Walking" is an eight-part webinar series designed to help us reckon with our turbulent world, offering support and direction for a clearer path forward and featuring an open forum.

Interactive sessions bring focus and connection through meaningful group discussion, opening opportunities for personal exploration, insight and the discovery of new ways to navigate life with resilience and hope.

Psychotherapeutic modalities drawn from East Asian medicine equips participants with self-nurturance skills such as, meditation and breathing practices, voice-work and body awareness techniques for day-to-day well-being and sharing with others.


Presenter:

Rebekah Demirel Headshot

Rebekah Demirel L.Ac.  MPCC is the founder and director of Trauma Integration Programs, with more than a decade as an ambulance paramedic, twenty-two years as a paramedic trainer, eighteen years of mental health counseling experience, specializing in traumatic stress and she is a licensed East Asian medicine practitioner and acupuncturist. Rebekah’s unique skill set and experience are informed by her own traumatic childhood and teen years spent on the street and in the foster care system, giving her a special familiarity and empathy for trauma and loss.   

 


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