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INTERSECTIONALITY of racial equity and trauma informed and responses practices

Friday, August 18th, 2023 
The 2100 Building
(Community Rooms A & B)

INTERSECTIONALITY of racial equity & trauma informed and responses practices

At this experiential and adult learning-focused professional development session, participants will gain and develop deeper understanding of how to infuse racial equity & trauma informed and responses practices in the context of their professional practice

DATE & TIME:

August 18th, 2023
08:30 AM - 04:00 PM PST

LOCATION:

The 2100 Building, Commuity Rooms A & B
2100 24th Ave S, Seattle, WA, 98144, USA

ABOUT THis offering:

At this experiential (small group breakout sessions and interaction with dialogue), and adult learning-focused professional development session, participants will gain and develop deeper understanding of how to infuse racial equity & trauma informed and responses practices in the context of their professional practice.

Advancing Racial Equity & Trauma Informed and Responses Practices is about enhancing human interaction with BIPOC students, clients, colleagues, families, and communities so that individuals, leaders, community members, teachers, families, and students develop a path of belonging and innovation.

Participants will also learn how to support psychological safety in their departments and divisions to enhance a strong sense of belonging.

Participants will leave this professional development session with an action plan to advance racial equity & trauma informed and responses practices within their organization.

Advancing racial equity, trauma informed and responses practices, & psychological safety help us mitigate the impacts of psychological injuries and get us closer to honoring, valuing, and dignifying our individual and collective humanity.

What you'll learn:

Participants will…

  • Develop a racial equity analysis to infuse social justice in the context of their professional practice

  • Gain a clear understanding of the intersectionality of racial equity and trauma informed practice to provide better and more culturally sustaining services to students, patients, and clients

  • Practice how to integrate racial equity and trauma informed practices in the context of the services they provide to clients and staff within their organizations

  • Acquire knowledge about how to implement psychological safety within their school and organizations

wondering if this is for you?

This conference is specifically designed for Educators, Organizational Leaders, Counsellors, School Psychologists, Nurse Educators, Social Workers, Health Care Providers, Youth Workers, Community Outreach Workers, Youth Correctional Staff, Community Coaches, and any other service providers that work with children and youth.

It is intended for youth providers who want to advance racial equity & trauma informed and responses practices within their professional practice in a strategic way. We are two cisgender BIPOC men who have spent decades working with and serving children and youth.

We also welcome anyone to this professional development session who is looking to deepen their understandings of anti-racist strategies and to integrate racial equity & trauma informed and responses practice into their own lives in varying contexts. Both BIPOC and White folks are encouraged to participate.

pricing information:
 

  • Large for Profit Companies ($649): These tickets are intended for participants whose workplaces can provide registration for your behalf.

  • Large Nonprofit, Public Sector, and Medium For-Profit Companies ($499): These tickets are intended for participants whose workplaces can provide registration for your behalf.

  • Medium Nonprofit, Public Sector, and Small For-Profit Companies ($449): These tickets are intended for participants whose workplaces can provide registration for your behalf.

  • Small Nonprofit and Public Sector ($399): These tickets are intended for participants whose workplaces can provide registration for your behalf.

  • White Individual Participants ($299): These tickets are for White individuals paying for their own attendance.

  • BIPOC Individual Participants ($150): These tickets are for BIPOC individuals paying for their own attendance.

  • Low Income or Students ($75): These tickets are reserved for cash-poor, working-class, and student participants.

Frequently asked questions

Will clock hours be provided?
We are working on securing clock hours and health CEUs for our participants. We will inform participants once this has been confirmed.

Will there be a certification of participation?
Yes.

Will there be breakouts within organizations?
Breakouts within organizations when feasible/if possible

What is the platform for the conference?
In person at The 2100 Building in Seattle, WA.

Is the building wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the building is wheelchair accessible.

Where can I purchase tickets?
Tickets can be purchased on our event page on EventBrite.
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