“MeCPR-Self Care & Community Care” – May 2023 CPS/CPPS Community of Practice
May 2023 CPS & CPPS Community of Practice
“MeCPR-Self Care & Community Care”
with Lynn McLaughlin and Karen Iverson Riggers
May 18th, 2023 from 1:30 – 3:00 pm CT
- Karen Iverson Riggers
Karen Iverson Riggers is a writer, entrepreneur, activist, advocate, trainer, and Mom. She is a trainer of Emotional CPR and Emotions Education 101 and co-creator of The Missing Piece: Emotional Health & Wellness curriculum. She is a founding worker/owner of Ebb & Flow Connections Cooperative, a Wisconsin based worker owned cooperative that provides training, consultation, and listening spaces related to emotional health and wellness. Along with Lynn McLaughlin, she launched the Real Vibes Only podcast which talks about real life and emotions. She utilizes her own lived experience in the mental health system to advocate for change and create community spaces where people feel seen, heard, and valued, just as they are. Karen lives in Appleton with her partner Eric and their three children Nick, Quinn, and Ari.
- Lynn McLaughlin
Lynn McLaughlin is an entrepreneur, author, peer, trainer, and consultant. Her life experience, education, and training in emotional wellness, trauma, and peer support make her an exceptional leader, consultant and trainer. Lynn has a vibrant passion for life and deep empathy for the stories of others, which shows up in all facets of her work. She is a trainer of Emotional CPR and Emotions Education 101 and co-creator of The Missing Piece: Emotional Health & Wellness curriculum. Lynn is a founding worker/owner of Ebb & Flow Connections Cooperative, a Wisconsin based worker owned cooperative that provides training, consultation, and listening spaces related to emotional health and wellness. Along with Karen Iverson Riggers, she launched the Real Vibes Only podcast which talks about real life and emotions. Lynn is mom to her adult daughter Emma who lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. Lynn lives in Neenah with her two pups—Lennon and Esther.
There is so much talk around self-care and taking responsibility for our well-being. This becomes detrimental when the burden of well-being is put on the individual exclusively. Learn about the revolution of meCPR, the importance of self-care and community care, and healing through connection.
Feedback Survey/CEH Information:
We invite you to please fill out the evaluation survey link (click here) if you attended this community of practice gathering or if you watch the recording. The survey will close at 4:30pm on Thursday, June 1st. Certificates of Participation will be sent to those completing the evaluation form by 4:30pm on June 8th, 2023. No evaluation surveys will be accepted for CEH credit after the evaluation survey’s closing date/time.
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