Thu, Jan 14 | https://bostonchildrens.zoom.us/j/981235497

Supporting ourselves and others in the journey toward healing

TCCAC in partnership with Brazelton Touchpoints Center, would like to invite you all to join in conversations to support ourselves, each other and the families and children we serve in understanding trauma and adversity and how we can overcome through healing and resiliency.
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Supporting ourselves and others in the journey toward healing

Time & Location

Jan 14, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM PST
https://bostonchildrens.zoom.us/j/981235497

About The Event

Supporting ourselves and others in the journey toward healing

“On the Winter Solstice we are all praying, on some level, for the darkness to end, just return to the light the ceremonies seem to say. As we celebrate the return of the light, we affirm the continuation of life at the very moment of dissolution. To be sure, dark days lie ahead but contained within each is the promise of brighter tomorrows.” Michael Drake

As we start this new year and our return to the sun’s light with the hope for brighter tomorrows, we would like to invite you all to join in conversations to support ourselves, each other and the families and children we serve in understanding trauma and adversity and how we can overcome through healing and resiliency. TCCAC in partnership with Brazelton Touchpoints Center begins the webinar series addressing Trauma Informed Care and Approaches to Healing this month. TCCAC members, tribal representatives and child care providers and staff  are all welcome and encouraged to join.

Each Tribal CCDF Grantee will receive  “healing packets” for those attending these sessions that include items to be used during these sessions and anytime you need self-care. We will discuss the items included in the packet on our first call.

This month’s sessions:

January 14 1:00-2:30 click here to join the meeting and enter password:  736906

January 28 1:00-2:30  click here to join the meeting and enter password:  774954

* The last 30-minutes is of each call is reserved for an optional talking circle to continue the conversation and support each other with anything that may arise during the webinars.

This month’s topic is Cultural Differences in Understanding and Responding to Adversity, Trauma, Resilience, and Healing (part 1 & part 2)

Key content:

· Introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)

· Cultural variations in ACES

· Adversity and Trauma

· Family roles and expectations for children’s development

· Strategies typically brought to bear on adversity related to discrimination

· What healing looks like and how to facilitate it

Moderator:  Dion Wood and Joelfre Grant

Panelists: Culture Committee  (opening & closing)

Dr. Josh Sparrow, MD, DFAACAP, Brazelton Touchpoints Center Executive   Director

Michelle Zive, PhD, MS, RD University of California, San Diego, Center for   Community Health

Save the date for upcoming sessions

February 11 & 25 1:00-2:00

March 18 & 25 1:00-2:00

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