Presented by Rick Huttner, Chance Taureau, and Dr. Rosana Scearce
Resilience: The capacity to recover quickly from traumatic events
Learn to develop the power of recovery and resilience in your life. Tragic events come into our lives in many ways, and this workshop focuses on the trauma of child abuse. Our response to it can include shattered beliefs about self, others and the future, or it can show us our own strength. Join us as Rick Huttner, Chance Taureau, and Dr. Rosana Scearce teach how to become resilient and recover quickly from unexpected life experiences.
About Rick Huttner:
Rick’s personal experiences have called him to speak on abuse and healing. He understands the horror abuse perpetrates on the mind of a child and how without professional and proper assistance, it can drag through our adult life in painful, damaging ways. Rick’s speaking engagements are designed to guide adults through the healing process so they know they did nothing wrong as children and they are resilient people.
About Chance Taureau:
Chance Taureau’s private practice as well as other organizations he serves have the mission to assist individuals find deeper, clearer and understanding of themselves and their choices. This lays the foundation needed to make small, sustainable changes that last a lifetime and improve the quality of life, health and relationships. He has worked with thousands of individuals from diverse backgrounds towards results driven change.
About Dr. Rosana Scearce:
Dr. Rosana Scearce has been involved in the fields of psychology and recovery since 1985. She has dedicated her career to the improvement of the emotional lives of children and adults. Early in her career she realized sexual, emotional and verbal abuse were the majority causes of terrific problems that people sustained from childhood to adulthood, causing havoc in their work, their marriages, their friendships and their perception of themselves. Armed with extensive education, training and private practice experience, Dr. Scearce has made a significant difference in the way emotionally wounded people can recover from their trauma and become the resilient individuals they were meant to be.
Childcare available by request only (additional fee): Go to http://unityhouston.org/youth/childcare-request-form/ or call the office at 713-782-4050 and request childcare. A 48-hour notice is needed.