Cabin Fever – Is it Real?
Many of Colorado’s domestic violence organizations experience extreme weather and isolation in the winter, especially in February. The stress of confinement at this time is known as the phenomenon “cabin fever”. Please join us for our next Brown Bag Discussion as we explore the reality of cabin fever and whether or not it has an impact on domestic violence organizations in terms of the number and severity of domestic violence incidents, the morale and/or behavior of shelter residents, staff, volunteers, and community response and possible coping strategies.
This is the 2nd installment of Violence Free Colorado’s new monthly BROWN BAG Teleconference Series! Each month of 2015, you are invited to join Violence Free Colorado staff and experts from advocacy organizations around the state for a Brown Bag conversation!
We hope you’ll join us!
For more information, please contact Pat Tessmer (ptessmer(at)violencefreeco.org)