Aug 31, 2021
It is impossible to ignore the deep, and ongoing impact the COVID-19 pandemic has on every aspect of our lives. As providers who have uniquely felt these changes because of our profession, it is imperative to take time to consider our own resiliency. On today’s episode we are joined by Sylvia Klauser, PhD to talk through the practice of bringing a non-anxious presence as an avenue towards resilience and healing.
Dr. Klauser is the Manager of Spiritual Care and Bereavement Services at Children’s Hospital Colorado.
“What is happening to our nervous system” and interview of Dr. Christine Runyan, PhD, with Krista Tippett at On Being
Wintering: The Power of Rest and Retreat in Difficult Times by Katherine May. This is a book, but also in interview with Krista Tippett and the author Katherine May
For the more spiritual, or theological minded folks:
Serene Jones, PhD, Trauma and Grace: Theology in a Ruptured world. Serene Jones is the President of Union Theological Seminary.
And one for all healthcare providers who would like to learn to be more mindful and present a more contemplative approach:
Roshi Joan Halifax, PhD: Standing at the Edge: Finding Freedom where Fear and Courage meet.
Join Dr. Brumbaugh, Dr. Dominguez and Dr. Cataldi for our next COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall on Thursday, September 9 at 6PM (MST). Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1065070942537572367
Access previous Town Hall recordings and other COVID-19 resources for providers by visiting https://www.childrenscolorado.org/covid19
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