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Debra Timmerman

How Adverse Childhood Experience Can Impact Team Performance

Virtual Event via Zoom

7:45am
Introductions & Breakout Session

8:00am - 9:00am
Event

Use Coupon Code MAY12VIRTUAL for free registration!

$15.00

$20.00 at the Door

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are the root cause of many physical, emotional and social problems. They lead to poor workplace performance and contribute to substantial financial costs for employers. In this presentation, attendees will learn how becoming a trauma-informed workplace can fuel performance and improve worker health and well-being and contribute to a positive bottom line.

 

Deb Timmerman is a Registered Nurse, and stress management strategist, passionate about sharing the neuroscience of stress and stress survival skills with kids, teens and adults.

 

She is regular presenter for the Metro Health-University of Michigan Live Healthy Program, delivering content on stress mastery and evidence-based stress management interventions.

 

Debra met the requirements of education, training and experience to achieve the designation of Diplomate through the American Institute of Stress.

 

She holds certifications in mindfulness and meditation teaching and Tai Chi Easy® Practice Leadership. She was one of forty candidates from all over the world to participate in the inaugural Synergy Certified Stress Master Educator Program.

 

She serves as a Community Champions Trainer in the MI ACE Initiative and sits on the West Michigan ACE Initiative Task Force.

 

Debra is the co-chair of the Children and Families Team of the Stress 2020 Initiative for Synergy Brain Health Programs. To learn more, visit https://debtimmerman.com/

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