Thu, Nov 19|
Trauma Informed Must be Race Informed (Cultural Outreach)
We will talk about current events and stressors and learn how we can respond to youth/families with a trauma and race-informed lens (details below.) This training takes place during the Cultural Outreach Committee. A zoom link will be sent to you after you register. Free CEUs are available.
Time & Location
Nov 19, 2020, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
About the Event
This virtual workshop will explore ways to navigate change and transitions together by exploring how identity, stereotypes, and implicit bias affect trauma, grief, and loss. We will unpack how biases are formed and internalized, the personal and professional cost of negative bias, and the ways in which identity and stereotype threat affect our work and relationships. We'll also look at what our brains are doing in moments of fear, stress, and anxiety and provide suggestions for how to neutralize our own stress responses so that we are less likely to act on our own bias and are more able to advocate for and support the children and families with whom we work. https://www.amazeworks.org/