Eventbrite - Post Disaster Loss and Grief
$5 in advance, up to 9/8. $10 up until class date.

7 pm central, September 14th

As floodwaters begin to recede, thousands of people are sorting through ruined belongings, piling up everything they own onto curbs and in dumpsters.  Personal belongings, homes and cars have been declared total losses. Displaced people wait in shelters for the next step, nursing injuries and wondering what they will do next.

Hurricane Harvey was one of the most devastating storms to hit the Texas coast and thousands must now rebuild their lives.  In this hour-long webinar, Crystal Honeycutt, ND, AHG RG will discuss the aftermath of living through a natural disaster and how to cope with it.

Health practitioners are in a unique position to be able to offer help for those dealing with the onset of loss and grief that accompanies a post disaster recovery.  Join us to learn how to integrate coping skills into your practice for those affected.

Crystal will cover:

  • Learn about the psychology of grief
  • What is emotional resilience?
  • The indicators for seeking greater help
  • Signs of PTSD, anxiety and depression
  • How can you help in your practice?
  • What herbs can help with emotional loss?

Bio:

Crystal Honeycutt, a traditional naturopathic doctor and registered clinical herbalist (AHG), is proud to bring this course to the Human Path school.

She specializes in working with chronic illness and has a unique approach that combines clinical holistic health and personal growth. She has been in private practice for nearly 10 years.  Crystal’s work grew out of her own life experiences and a desire to more deeply understand health as a dynamic process.

She teaches healthcare professionals and has been featured at major herbal conferences along with mentoring herbalists and teaching community holistic health classes. Crystal volunteers with women & children advocacy groups, primitive skills gatherings and local nature-connection.

Crystal is Lumbee Indian and native to the Piedmont of North Carolina where she practices.

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