April 16, 20209:00 am - 11:00 am
Zoom Conference Call
Children’s Institute is hosting a four-week Trauma and Resiliency Virtual Training in light of community and environmental trauma, where teachers, staff and administrators will have an opportunity to connect, practice self-care and learn current best practices for themselves and their students during this unprecedented time. Attendees will learn tangible tools to enhance well being while exploring strategies to strengthen relationships to students and the current learning environment.
Featured Trainer: Angela Smith, LCSW
Angela holds a Masters of Social Work degree from San Francisco State University and received her License in Clinical Social Work from the California Board of Behavioral Sciences in 2015. She has served as a clinician for ten years in community mental health and special education.
Week 1 – April 16 – Self-Care and Positive Coping – We must be well in order to help others be well
If it is said and believed that one should “treat people how you want to be treated”, why is it so hard to include ourselves in the scenario? In terms of caring for, helping, and tending to needs, SELF usually comes after, with what’s left over to spare, if there is any left to spare at all. In response to the chaos of our current times, please join us for our first training of a 4 Week Trauma and Resiliency Training Series sponsored by Children’s Institute and the Neighborhood Schools Initiative.
More information on other upcoming trainings here:
In this training you will:
Share purposeful time together to connect, practice and reflect on self-care and positive coping practices for yourself and your students.
Learn the critical importance of wholistic care of self in relationship to student care and COVID-19.
Receive tangible tools, tips, and tricks to help yourself and others at well and unwell times.
Participants should feel free to attend any/all of the trainings. Those who register will be emailed the Zoom link to participate 24 hours in advance of the training. Post training a quick survey will be emailed to all participants.
Yvette Martinez at 323-523-8601 or firstname.lastname@example.org