Building Emotional Resilience For PTSD Sufferers - Richlands
This one-day free training will run from 8.30am registration, for 9am to 5pm and focus on PTSD sufferers and their families.
The venue is the CJ Greenfields Community Hall (beside the AFL Diversity Academy) at the playing fields.
Participants will be introduced to using a Task Trained Service Dog by Bob and Hannah Richards to support them in gaining essential health life balance so they can move from stress to strength and become more emotionally resilient.
Individuals will learn from Drs John and Judy Hinwood on how to identify life stressors and develop unique evidence-based tools and strategies to manage and reduce stress. The outcomes are that individuals will be more agile, have grit, mental toughness and can bounce back.
It is a highly practical, straight forward, results-based program, that works!
Thus, the training works to support individuals and their dogs to bring about sustained integration of the mental, emotional, physical and energetic aspects of creating well-being.
Morning & afternoon tea as well as lunch will be provided. There is no cost but please reserve your tickets here.
Saturday, 5 October 2019
Please arrive at 8:30am for registration. Event commences at 9:00am and concludes at 5:00pm.
CJ Greenfields Community Hall (beside AFL Diversity Academy) 245 Freeman Road, Richlands QLD
Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea will be provided.
To secure your spot, please register your details here.