Holocaust Whispers: Lessons in Resilience Program Rescheduled

In Education, Faith, Home, Jewish Studies, Special Event by Judy Schindler2 Comments

Dr. Teresa Stephens has more than 32 years of experience as a Registered Nurse, in both clinical and academic settings. Over the past decade, she has explored the narratives of Holocaust survivors to better understand what it means to be RESILIENT. Through her interactions with survivors and their family members, both in the U.S. and Europe, she has continued to expand the Stephens’ Model of Resilience and the RN P.R.E.P (Personal Resilience Enhancement Plan) program to include these powerful stories.

Dr. Stephens is committed to the radical transformation of the culture of healthcare. She combines her “calling” and commitment to NEVER FORGET with her desire to share the lessons of her dear friends who have graciously shared personal stories of RESILIENCE. They are narratives from which we all can learn.

Please join us on Wednesday, February 5 from 6 to 8 pm for a talk by Dr. Stephens followed by a dessert reception. To RSVP, please visit.

Thank you to our generous sponsors, Novant Health.


    1. Thank you Karen, the event will take place in Ketner Auditorium in Sykes. You are welcome to park along Selwyn and enter Sykes from Selwyn, Ketner is on lower level. If you have any questions, I can be reached at 704-847-3427.

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