Discussions will include the treatment of Indigenous peoples and Asian/Pacific Islanders, colonization, slavery and labor exploitation among other relevant topics.
Discussions will include the treatment of Indigeneous Americans and Latino Americans, immigration, racial discrimination, mass incarceration and labor exploitation among other relevant topics.
Discussions will include the treatment of Indigenous Americans and Asian/Pacific Islanders, racial discrimination and labor exploitation among other relevant topics.
Information and registration information for this CalTrin-hosted webinar will be available on or before October 7, 2021. Please join our mailing list for updated registration information.
This implementation session for direct service staff will consist of focused skill building exercises and small group work focused on increasing access to the 4 Building Blocks in your community and practicing HOPE-informed family interactions and tools.
Registration for this session will open November 3, 2021. Priority will be given to direct service staff working in California who have attended Spreading HOPE (Nov 3).
This small group implementation session for leaders will focus on using HOPE as an antiracist framework to address disparities in your organization; analyzing your policies through a HOPE-informed lens, and; crafting HOPE-informed intakes.
Registration for this session will open November 3. Priority will be given to leaders working in California who have attended Spreading HOPE (Nov 3).
Drawing on a strengths-based perspective, you will learn some major risks and protective factors associated with Latinx youth well-being and health.
Discussions will include the treatment of Indigenous Americans, chattel slavery, colonization, immigration and housing discrimination among other relevant topics.
This presentation will cover the importance of Positive Childhood Experiences, the research showing their mitigating effects on ACEs, the neurobiological basis for these effects, the four building blocks of HOPE, and type 1 vs. type 2 thinking. Ideas to incorporate the HOPE Framework into practice will be introduced.
Presenter: Pradeep Gidwani, MD, MPH, FAAP
This training will focus on children’s social-emotional development, blending the science of child development with practical tips for parents and caregivers.
Who should attend: All staff of family resource center (FRCs), child abuse prevention councils (CAPCs), and other family-serving organizations.