October 24, 2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
We are constantly working through difficult situations and the resulting emotions in our families, volunteer work, and workplaces. Learn from our panel of experts about how they build and maintain their personal and professional resilience, to help you find your own resilience and hope. Situations discussed will include:
- switching the “job” on and off;
- not being frozen by overwhelming situations;
- handling disappointment, frustration, and hurt that may arise in relationships with others;
- accepting when others make choices you don’t agree with.
Andrea Grill is a Master’s level Licensed Social Worker. She completed both her undergrad and graduate degrees at Millersville University. Currently she works with incarcerated individuals with mental health concerns, primarily focused on suicide prevention. Previously, she has worked in homeless outreach, working with individuals who are homeless and living on the street or in shelters in Lancaster County and City. She also briefly worked in an emergency department as a medical social worker. Being able to walk alongside individuals during vulnerable times in their lives is something she is passionate about.
Robert Fennimore is the father to two energetic, curious boys and works full-time providing restorative practices to children in the Eastern Lancaster County School District, the only school district in Lancaster County with such a position. Rob leads trainings on restorative practices, peacebuilding, and positive behavior practices. He holds an M.A. in Education and an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on Education and Restorative Justice. He has additional extensive training completing both levels of Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR) training and holds graduate certificates in Peace and Conflict Transformation in Education Settings as well as Trauma and Resilience in Educational Environments.
Lesley Huff is a popular repeat presenter. She holds a Doctorate of Psychology with a specialization in Family and Marriage Therapy. She is a licensed psychologist and leads the Change Through Compassion program at Samaritan Counseling Center. Lesley is a certified teacher of Mindful Self-Compassion.
Venue: Virtual Meeting Space