Online Trauma Information Session | Peeps | HIE Awareness & Support

Online Trauma Information Session

21
Feb

Online Trauma Information Session

Peeps’ Charity Coordinator – Liz Cockram will be running free online sessions looking at how going through a traumatic event (such as witnessing your child’s HIE event) affects the brain/body and how understanding what has happened to us physiologically can help us recover.

If you would be interested in attending please complete the doodle poll letting us know what time would suit you best (weekday, evening or weekend).

Once the poll is completed, we will post session slots and sign up details.

These sessions are not about HIE specifically and will not be discussing HIE events or birth stories. They will however be a safe space to learn more about how the brain and body react to trauma and how we can use that knowledge to heal.

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