recorded webinar

Recovering from Bullying and Interpersonal Cruelty

Recovering from Bullying and Interpersonal Cruelty
Friday, June 03, 2022 1:00 pm
- 1:30 pm ET

The World Health Organization recently declared an international crisis of prejudice, racism, and interpersonal violence. If you struggle with bullying and other forms of interpersonal violence including race or gender-based microaggression, this session will help you develop the awareness and skills to address the trauma and shame.

In this webinar, Dr. Sosin describes the impact of bullying and interpersonal violence on your mental health and wellness. Children, teens, and others who are impacted by interpersonal cruelty will benefit from this webinar which will provide self-care and treatment suggestions to help you cope.

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Presenter(s) Biography

Lisa Sosin, PhD

 Lisa Sosin, PhD

Lisa S. Sosin, Ph.D., LPC, LLP, BACS is the Director of the Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision Program with the Department of Counselor Education and Family Studies at Liberty University. Dr. Sosin has over 36years of clinical and teaching experience. Her clinical practice includes the assessment and treatment of children, adults, couples, and families; as well as teaching, supervising, public speaking, and consultation to clinicians in training, physicians, educators, organizations, and clergy. Dr. Sosin has developed scholarship, graduate curriculum, and community programs covering diverse subjects including qualitative research, family development and functioning, evidence-based practice, and clinical excellence. Dr. Sosin’s primary research interests include the integration of creativity, culture, and spirituality in evidence-based practice, qualitative research related to counseling practice, emotional development, and emotion regulation. 

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