Cultural humility, a process of reflection and lifelong inquiry, involves self-awareness of personal and cultural biases as well as awareness and sensitivity to significant cultural issues of others.  Practicing cultural humility not only means understanding how our values and biases can potentially cause harm to those we serve but also finding ways to work collaboratively with others, and their values and cultural beliefs, to provide the best service possible.

THIS TRAINING TAKES PLACE OVER 2 DAYS, DECEMBER 15 & 16, 2021, from 9AM-11AM PST ON BOTH DAYS.

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Cultural humility, a process of reflection and lifelong inquiry, involves self-awareness of personal and cultural biases as well as awareness and sensitivity to significant cultural issues of others.  Practicing cultural humility not only means understanding how our values and biases can potentially cause harm to those we serve but also finding ways to work collaboratively with others, and their values and cultural beliefs, to provide the best service possible.

THIS TRAINING TAKES PLACE OVER 2 DAYS, DECEMBER 15 & 16, 2021, from 9AM-11AM PST ON BOTH DAYS.

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This course provides an overview of research on trauma and discusses its relevance for American Indian/Alaska Native people and tribal communities. Participants will learn the types of trauma people experience, the impacts of trauma on the developing brain, and how trauma influences emotions, thinking, and behavior. The heart of this training is to create power through naming experiences and share strategies to promote individual and collective resilience within tribal communities to counter the effects of trauma.

NOTE: This training takes place over 2 days; sessions are from 1PM-3PM on both December 1 AND December 2, 2021.

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This course provides an overview of research on trauma and discusses its relevance for American Indian/Alaska Native people and tribal communities. Participants will learn the types of trauma people experience, the impacts of trauma on the developing brain, and how trauma influences emotions, thinking, and behavior. The heart of this training is to create power through naming experiences and share strategies to promote individual and collective resilience within tribal communities to counter the effects of trauma.

NOTE: This training takes place over 2 days; sessions are from 1PM-3PM on both December 1 AND December 2, 2021.

Learn More and Register