Stress is a common thing for all of us to experience daily. However, if we’re unable to cope with disturbing events or have a strong response to extreme
Stress is a common thing for all of us to experience daily. However, if we’re unable to cope with disturbing events or have a strong response to extreme stress, it’s often considered trauma.
It’s completely normal to feel affected by a traumatic event. But trauma can impact many parts of our lives, can be living under the surface, and can affect each one of us differently. So how can we know the warning signs of trauma? How can we help our loved ones—or ourselves—navigate trauma? And how can we help destigmatize the condition and its associated myths?
Join us as Patricia Mangones shares the intricacies of trauma, signs and symptoms of the condition, ways to help navigate traumatic experiences, and answers audience questions about trauma.
Please Note: Continuing education credits (CME, CEU) are not available for this webinar.
Patricia Mangones, PMHNP-BC
Patricia Mangones, PMHNP-BC, is a nurse practitioner at McLean Hospital‘s Hill Center for Women, a residential and partial hospital program, where she works on a multidisciplinary team. She provides trauma-informed medication management in individual treatment and facilitates dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and skills-based PTSD groups.
(Tuesday) 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm