Free Recovery Webinar - Breaking the Chains of Trauma and Healing the Soul
May 4, 2017
Breaking the Chains of Trauma and Healing the Soul
Hannah Beaver, LCSW, Alumni Coordinator &
Jennifer Finger, LCSW, Team Leader at The Renfrew Center of Radnor
Thursday, May 4th
The process of healing from both an eating disorder and the effects of trauma is demanding and difficult. You may sometimes feel that trauma not only ties you to your eating disorder but also weighs you down, like chains that cannot be broken. Learning how the aftermath of trauma has affected your life and being able to build the skills necessary to navigate through the recovery process is vital for the longevity of a healthy soul.
In this webinar, Hannah Beaver, LCSW, The Renfrew Center Alumni Coordinator, and Jennifer Finger, LCSW, Team Leader at The Renfrew Center of Radnor, will discuss ways to identify any lingering impacts, provide tools to cope with these thoughts and feelings, and introduce the process of cognitive reappraisals to challenge those “stuck points”. We hope you will participate in this enlightening hour and learn to break through the chains of trauma and heal your soul.
About the Presenters:
Hannah Beaver, LCSW, is the Alumni Coordinator for The Renfrew Centers and Team Leader at The Renfrew Center of Radnor, PA. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Pittsburgh, and her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Bryn Mawr College. Ms. Beaver is committed to keeping Renfrew’s alumni network strong and connected by facilitating workshops for former patients and their families. She often provides information to schools on eating disorders and healthy body image.
Jennifer Finger, LCSW, is the Team Leader at The Renfrew Center of Radnor, PA. She received her Bachelor's degree in Rehabilitation Services from Penn State University and her Master's degree in Social Work from West Chester University. Ms. Finger is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has extensive experience working within the eating disorders field providing individual, family and group therapy. She also has experience and training working with individuals with trauma and co-occurring disorders in inpatient and outpatient settings.
For questions, please contact Jenna McCormick at 1-877-367-3383 or firstname.lastname@example.org