ACC Webinar: Finding Resiliency in Turbulent Times with Jennifer Burton Flier, LMFT, CEAT, CDWF, hosted by Rabbi Cantor Alison Wissot
Jennifer will provide education about how to cultivate wellness by sharing some information about the nervous system and teaching some skills from the Community Resiliency Model (CRM). Even if you have heard about some of this before, a refresher can be helpful! CRM skills are user-friendly and designed for both self-care as well as sharing with others in your community. CRM focuses on stabilizing the nervous system, or chasing our inherent resiliency, when we are under stress or triggered by traumatic events. By learning some simple concepts about the body/brain, we can learn to reduce our stress responses, creating more balance and ease in our daily lives. Time will be allotted for questions following the teaching/skills practice.
Jennifer Burton Flier, LMFT, CEAT, CDWF is both a therapist in private practice (Encino/San Francisco) and a senior faculty member with Trauma Resource Institute (TRI). Jennifer was licensed in San Francisco and worked with families and children at TALK Like Family Support Center before relocating to her hometown of Los Angeles in 2001. While she now focuses primarily on her work with TRI and private clients, Jennifer previously worked for nine years at Sherman Oaks Hospital PHP/IOP serving adults suffering from chronic mental illness. Currently, her practice centers around a specialization in healing trauma and attachment patterns with teens, adults, couples, and families. Amongst her many trainings post licensure, Jennifer is certified in EMDR, Expressive Arts Therapy and Brené Brown’s Daring Way™ and Rising Strong™ Models. She integrates TRI’s models of TRM® and CRM® into all of these modalities.
More about Jennifer at www.jenniferburtonmft.com
More about TRI at www.traumaresourceinstitute.com
Open to members in good standing of the American Conference of Cantors and Cantors Assembly.