The Community Resilience Model: Wellness-Based Skills for Self-Regulation

Presented by: Sandy Newes, Ph.D.

Length of Webinar: 1 hour

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Webinar Description:
The Community Resilience Model (CRM) is a set of six wellness-based skills specifically designed to reset the natural balance of the nervous system after traumatic events or chronic stress/anxiety have led to physiological dysregulation. Based on the neuroscience of trauma, Somatic Experiencing (SE), and the biology of brain resiliency, participants will be taught about the brain’s “resilient zone,” and how to apply these skills of self-regulation to return to “the zone” when activated.   Straightforward, practical and easily taught, CRM skills can be applied and utilized in all types of experiential programming, including schools.  They can also be used as a powerful tool for self-care.  

Presenter Bio:
Sandy Newes, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist with over 20 years of experience integrating therapeutic models and techniques into experiential settings.   A long-standing member of AEE, Sandy is a Past Chair of TAPG and co-facilitates Clinical First Responder (CFR) trainings for staff in therapeutic programs and outdoor leaders.  A firm believer in integrating body-based and experiential approaches into psychotherapy, in her practice Sandy specializes in anxiety, trauma, and stress and offers psychotherapy neurofeedback, assessment, program consultation, and training.  She is a certified trainer of the Community Resilience Model (CRM), and also certified in the Trauma Resilience Model (TRM).