- July 19, 2019
7:00 pm CDT - 9:00 pm CDT
Instructor: Melissa Perrin
PTSD and the impact of trauma is all over our social media accounts and news cycles. What is trauma? Does every trauma leave a scar or create PTSD? Is there a way to ever get out from under the impact of a trauma? Traumatic, unexpected and devastating events are part of living life on Life’s terms. We are deeply affected by these moments or periods in our lives. How we incorporate them matters. This session will explore our options for healing and moving forward.
About the Instructor
Dr. Melissa Perrin is a licensed clinical psychologist, whose career has centered on clinical practice, teaching and supervising clinicians and providing consultation for treatment centers and religious institutions for over 35 years. Dr. Perrin has been a member of the faculty of the Academy of Advanced Training Professionals [AATP] since 2004. A gifted teacher, she has provided rich seminars with information that clinicians are able to put into practice immediately. Ever mindful of personal growth and the need for safe places, she facilitates retreats for wellness, discernment and introspection. Dr. Perrin provides clinical consultation for individual clinicians, groups and institutions including the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago. Dr. Perrin is based in Evanston, Illinois.