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Online Workshop

Healing After Trauma: A Guide for Treating PTSD(I)

 
Healing After Trauma: A Guide for Treating PTSD(I)
 
Healing After Trauma: A Guide for Treating PTSD(I)
 
An Online Presentation by
Bonnie Rumilly, LCSW and Dr. Stacy Raymond
 
Monday, June 17th - 2:30pm EST
 
 
Join us for an informative program about healing from stress and trauma. Responders and those exposed to traumatic events are often impacted by duty-induced stress. Bonnie Rumilly, LCSW and Dr. Stacy Raymond, members of Fairfield County Trauma Response Team will discuss the symptoms of PTSD(I), the benefits of EMDR Therapy and opportunities for Post-Traumatic Growth. Their message is “you can heal from trauma!”
 
Attendees will be able to:
  • Recognize the symptoms of PTSD
  • Understand the benefits of EMDR Therapy
  • Learn about the qualities of Post-Traumatic Growth
 
 
 
About the Presenters
 
Bonnie Rumilly, LCSW / EMT
 
Bonnie Rumilly, LCSW / EMT
 
Host | Licensed Clinical Social Worker | EMDR Trauma Therapist
 
Bonnie Rumilly is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in the treatment of Adults and First Responders. Bonnie worked in Newtown treating Trauma directly after the Sandy Hook School Shootings and is an EMDR therapist. She is one of the Clinical Directors of the Fairfield County Trauma Response Team, Inc., which treats First Responders for PTSD and Trauma.
Bonnie is also a 23-year Emergency Medical Technician, and retired Chief of her EMS agency. In addition to hosting the Responder Resilience Podcast, Bonnie co-leads a weekly peer support group for first responders along with Dr. Stacy Raymond.
 
Dr. Stacy Raymond
 
Dr. Stacy Raymond
 
Stacy Raymond is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice for nearly 24 years. She is a trauma specialist and an Approved Consultant in EMDR. The daughter of a retired police officer and US Marine, Stacy dedicates half her practice hours to working with First Responders and Military Veterans.
Stacy is also a member of the Fairfield County Trauma Response Team, Inc. In 2020 she created Responder Wellness Inc—a non-profit charity for EMS, Police & Fire. Stacy co-leads a weekly free Peer Support Meeting for first responders, along with Bonnie Rumilly.