Emotional CPR Workshop at Unity of Sarasota
Emotional CPR is a public health educational program designed to teach people to assist others through an emotional crisis by three simple processes––connecting, empowering and revitalizing. This workshop will be offered at Unity of Sarasota on December 9, facilitated by Lauren Spiro, co-founder of the Emotional CPR method and two non-profit mental health organizations.
This workshop is appropriate for a diverse audience including those who have experienced emotional crises or their families, healthcare providers and administrators, first responders and law enforcement personnel, among others. No previous training is necessary. Participants will learn to embody the processes involved in effectively supporting a person through an emotional crisis and into healing.
The Connecting process involves deepening your listening skills to open up communication, feel the person’s presence and create a sense of safety during the crisis. The Empowering process involves supporting people to discover their passions, purposes and power through collaborative exploration. The Revitalization process involves finding the vital center ––our truth, genuine voice and authentic self which leads to a renewed sense of meaning. Emotional CPR has been endorsed by CARF International, the largest behavioral health accreditation entity in the world, the International Association of Chiefs of Police and others.
Suggested Love Offering: $20. For more information on this modality, visit Emotional-CPR.org. For more information on the workshop, email [email protected]