i

Mental Health Association
of the  Eastern Shore

Trauma and the Brain: How Trauma Affects the Developing Brain and its Impact on Individual Well-Being

Letha Moszer, MSW, LCSW-C

Friday, February 24, 2017
9:00AM - 12:15PM

Kent County Community Center - Meeting Room

11041 Worton Rd., Worton, MD 21678

Workshop Overview

Research on the impact of trauma provides valuable knowledge regarding its effects on the brain, and the potentially long-term consequences of traumatic stress on healthy brain development and functioning, and an individual’s well-being across domains.  This workshop will identify and define types of trauma; briefly review normal brain development; explore the impact of traumatic stress on neurodevelopment, psychosocial well-being, and health; and consider the implications of the science behind the impact of trauma on the brain in treatment settings.


To Register please contact Danielle Murphy at 410-822-0444 or dmurphy@mhamdes.org

Live Your Life Well

Friday, February24th 2017

9:00am - 12:15PM

Trauma and the Brain: How Trauma Affects the Developing Brain and its Impact on Individual Well-Being
Presented by Letha Moszer, LCSW-C

Location: Kent County PArks and REc Community Center







 










Shore Training Collaborative OPPORTUNITIES


WHAT'S NEW?

​​MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

HOW CAN WE HELP?

The Mental Health Association of the Eastern Shore (MHAES) is a non-profit organization that promotes mental wellness and behavioral health with education and advocacy. Click here to learn more about our organization!

WELCOME TO THE
MENTAL HEALTHASSOCIATION
IN TALBOT COUNTY

Need help?

Call the crisis hotline anytime:

1-888-407-8018