Being an Agent of Healing is an online course specifically designed with the purpose of enabling and empowering friends to care for friends during a time of crisis.

Starting on 18th November for four Thursdays
Time: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm (AEDT)

Resource Persons:
Dr Sunny Philip - Executive Director, T4L
Dr Kuruvilla George - Board Member and Facilitator, T4L

Module 1: 18 Nov Understanding crisis and trauma
Module 2: 25 Nov Caring for those suffering from a crisis-induced trauma
Module 3: 2 Dec Coping styles and resilience
Module 4: 9 Dec Compassion fatigue and caring for the caregiver


There will be a small fee to cover costs. However, we would rather have you doing the training and are happy with whatever you can contribute. Details for payment will be provided at registration.

You will be emailed Zoom links, session information and reading materials prior to each session.

For more details and registration contact: Dr Kuruvilla George - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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