Resilient Futures utilizes the HEARTS (Healthy Environments and Response to Trauma in Schools)
Model for creating culturally responsive, trauma-informed schools.
A hallmark of trauma is its ability to profoundly change one’s worldview. Experiences of racial stress for students of color are often traumatic and manifest in a significant shift in worldview.
This day-long conference is open to educators, school personnel, school leaders, mental health professionals, consultants, school nurses, school-based clinic providers, and others interested in school-wide approaches to understanding racial stress as a from of trauma and learning strategies to respond to trauma and promote resilience for all students.Participants will:
- Gain an understanding of racial stress as a form of trauma and how to respond with compassion and understanding.
- Explore the shift in worldview experienced by students facing racial trauma, and its impact on learning and engagement.
- Learn and practice strategies to integrate culturally responsive, trauma-informed strategies in the classroom.
- Gain strategies for promoting anti-racist, trauma-informed school communities through the integration of cultural humility and equity.
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