Through Amy’s story, Michelle Hrynyk will guide us through ways to cope with stress.
Amy’s Story is a universal story that weaves traditional Anishinaabe culture, spirituality, and symbolism with the neuroscience of threat response. It helps bridge the gap of scientific language and technical details through an easy-to-follow story line, unforgettable characters, and thought-provoking facts.
Michelle Hrynyk, MSW, RSW, specializes in trauma recovery using Brainspotting and a spiritual/holistic approach. She has over 20 years experience working with Anishinaabe people, is a certified Brainspotting practitioner, and the author of Amy’s Story.
“Amy’s Story helped me understand the parts of the brain, aka” the four sisters” and the role they each play in the regulation process. This information is valuable and can deepen people’s capacity to understand their own process and more easily participate in their healing”.
Debora Farrington Certified Brainspotting practitioner
Who should attend?
Caregivers, parents of those with disabilities, professionals in the community
Facilitator: Michelle Hrynyk, MSW, RSW
Day & Date: Wednesday, January 26, 2022
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Cost: $0 per person – This workshop is funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation & The City of Ottawa
Registration: Please register using the link below. Registered participants will be sent the Zoom link to access the workshop prior to the workshop.
NOTE: Registration closes at 5:00 pm on January 26, 2022. No registrations will be accepted after this time.