Join us to listen, learn, and participate in a community panel discussion of healing for our educators. Moderated by Dr. Sidney Turner, the ...
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This is an interactive workshop designed to help people change patterns of thought and behavior shaped by traumatic experiences. Topics include understanding what holds us back, finding your inner peace, building healthy relationships, understanding our thinking, separate realities, learning how to forgive, controlling our moods, living the best possible life. FREE and open to all.
Offered via Zoom monthly in two 2-hour sessions. For further information contact: Hnealali614@gmail.com, Zoom links will be sent to participants who register.
UPCOMING WORKSHOP DATES:
October 14, 6pm-8pm / Part 1
October 15, 6pm-8pm/ Part 2
These sessions combine information from the Letting Go Of A Traumatic Past workshops with an ongoing mutual support group.
Every Thursday from 3pm-4pm
McCown Towers Conference Room
1300 Boulevard of the Arts
All Residents Welcome
Graduates of Letting Go of A traumatic Past and ongoing participants in Striving To Thriving sessions are eligible for 1-3 individual free sessions with Helen Neal-Ali. Contact Hnealali614@gmail.com
What you need to know about responding to people in distress. Includes information about how trauma affects us; tips for responding to people who are fearful, angry, or mistrustful; techniques for helping people to calm down and for building resilience; and “Red Flags” for when to call in a professional.
Janet E. Taylor, M.D., MPH - Dr. Janet Taylor is a community psychiatrist working with individuals who are criminal justice-involved and who have mental illness.
Andrea Blanch, PhD - Andrea Blanch is a consultant with expertise in mental health, trauma, and systems change.
View the latest session HERE.
For further information, contact Andrea Blanch email@example.com
This two-hour training provides an overview of the "Community Safekeepers" response to Covid-19, (called "Community Health Deputies" by the Neighborhood Resilience Project, who designed the model.) Participants learn the basic functions of a Community Safekeeper and essential information about preventing and responding to Covid-19.
Offered on request via Zoom to individuals interested in becoming involved in the Community Safekeepers Program.
For further information, contact Betsy Friedman firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is designed for parents of children ages 7-12 who are newcomers to anti-racism work. The workshop includes 3-1hour Zoom sessions a week apart, with homework to be conducted between sessions.
The goals are to:
Dr. Thomas William (Bill) Clyburn is a retired psychological sociologist. He has given numerous talks around the country relating to challenges facing urban minority youths relative to race, racial and cultural identity and criminal justice.
Sarah Hu is a veteran public school teacher. Sarah believes in the power of individuals to have a meaningful impact on their neighbors, co- workers, friends and family, and in this way change their ever-widening world.
Teidra Everett is a wife, mother and educator. She enjoys traveling and spending time with family. She has a deep passion for promoting kindness amongst children. That’s where it all starts!
Upcoming Workshop dates:
Wednesday, September 30, 7:00pm-8:00pm (pre-workshop meeting)
Wednesday, October 7, 7:00pm-8:00pm
Wednesday, October 14, 7:00pm-8:00pm
Wednesday, October 21, 7:00pm-8:00pm
UPDATE: This workshop has currently been filled and we are coordinating additional facilitators to be able to provide more workshops for more families. We highly encourage those interested to continue to register through Eventbrite to be put on our waiting list to be informed of additional workshop dates.
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