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Trauma Aware Webinar

November 14 @ 3:00 pm 4:30 pm EST

Trauma is a pervasive problem, and many people feel ill-equipped to respond. What is trauma? And how do we offer help that is biblically faithful and empathetic?

Licensed and trauma-trained counselor Eliza Huie will share helpful insight with us from her forthcoming book, Trauma Aware. Her goal in writing this book was to equip helpers with biblical foundations and clinical insights to better understand trauma and offer care to those suffering from its debilitating effects. Trauma can entangle the soul, freeze the body, and cloud the mind. In the face of this struggle, Eliza brings to us an essential resource and a compassionate and informative expertise to help you demystify trauma and care for others.

You will learn how to:
 ·  understand the essential connections between brain, body, and soul

·  promote healing through useful assessments and practical tools 

·  improve care for others with proven strategies that lead to growth and change

 Whether you’ve personally experienced trauma or desire to help those who have, this will provide you with practical direction on a path to recovery. 

This event will be free for ECAP Members and $20 for non-members.

About our Presenter:

Eliza Huie is a licensed clinical professional counselor and serves as the Director of Counseling at McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia. She holds certifications in biblical counseling from The Christian Counseling Educational Foundation (CCEF) and The Association of Biblical Counselors (ABC). She is also the author of several books including Raising Kids Emotionally Healthy Kids, Teens and Anxiety: Help for Parents, The Whole Life, 52-Weeks of Biblical Self-care, Count Yourself Clam, I’m Stressed: A Path from Pressure to Peace, Raising Kids in a Screen-Saturated World, and other titles.