Presented by Teri Hargrave
You may not realize it, but you interact with people who have survived trauma every day. These are individuals who have been through experiences that caused intense physical and psychological stress reactions (for example, over the last year, many people have experienced trauma as a result of COVID-19). Often the trauma experienced by individuals can have lasting adverse effects on their physical, social and emotional well-being, impacting how they interact with others and experience the world. This session will explore how to foster a healthier workplace and classroom environment and culture by using trauma-informed communication and conflict management to understand and successfully engage with people who have been impacted by trauma.
Campus Conflict Workshop Series
Missouri State faculty, staff and students - build your conflict and communication skills at the Center for Dispute Resolution’s free noon sessions in the “Campus Conflict Workshop Series.” In this series, expert presenters will explore a variety of communication and conflict management topics. All sessions qualify for Master Advisor credit.
Pre-registration is not required, but we encourage you to RSVP to receive event reminders and resources in advance.
Join the workshop or enter code 968 8659 7964.