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Events »MyCom Wisdom for Wednesdays: Strong Minds: Mental Health & Wellness in Crisis with P.A.L.S. for Healing


April 29, 2020
9:00 am - 11:00 am
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MyCom Webinar


P.A.L.S. for Healing

A series of interactive presentations with candid conversations about adapting, responding, and working through the challenges created by COVID-19.

P.A.L.S. for Healing (Paper. Art Therapy. Letting Go. Self Actualization) nonprofit organization seeks to empower individuals and families who have suffered trauma or loss to not only regain their lives but achieve their highest human potential. We provide cutting edge trauma-informed therapies for individuals and families including art therapy, EMDR, and SITCAP. We also provide education and training for professionals and community helpers empowering them to advocate and help those who have suffered trauma and/or loss achieve optimal health. We provide individual and group therapy at our four locations and at community partner locations.

During this webinar, you will learn information on trauma and how art therapy can be a successful evidence-based treatment.

Misty Ramos, ATR, LPCC-S, EMDR, ACTP, Executive Director:
Misty has worked with grieving families as an educator, art therapist and counselor for six years. She continues to serve adults and children individually, run support groups, write curriculum, create and facilitate art therapy workshops, crisis response in schools and the community, and training locally and nationally. Misty obtained her master’s degree in art therapy and counseling from Ursuline college, EMDR training from the humanitarian assistance program, military behavioral health training from Star Behavioral Health, and advanced certified trauma practitioner certification from the national institute of trauma and loss in children. She specializes in using trauma-informed therapies to assist individuals and families who have been exposed directly or indirectly to trauma and/or loss. She helps families through divorce, parental incarceration, military deployment, domestic violence, sexual abuse, grief, and foster care.

Our sessions begin with 1/2 hour to discuss successes & challenges from the prior Wisdom for Wednesday’s session from 9 am-9:30 am followed by 90 minutes focused on the title topics (9:30 am-11 am).

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