October is resilience month

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CLICK HERE to Join Us for Two Activities:

Don’t be Bored… Find the Board!

October Calendar Challenge!

 

 

 

 

 

October is Resilience Month flyer [pdf] available here…

Read Teri Barila’s Letter to the Editor in the Union Bulletin

Download our October Calendar with Resilience strategies for each day!


WEBINARS

Weekly 1-hour Zoom sessions every Thursday @ 12pm PT,

NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Oct. 1 @ 12pm PT- Racial Healing – With Dr. Gail Christopher, D.N. – President & Founder The Ntianu Center for Nature and Healing

Zoom session link – You do not need to register/sign up for the Zoom session, simply click the link below on Oct. 1 @ 12pm PT to watch

We invite you to complete a short survey about this webinar, we value your feedback!

  • ACE Focus: Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Key Concept: Love, Trust, and Safety

When we increase our understanding of the link between exposure to structural and interpersonal racism to trauma-informed care, service and educational environments, we can then be in a safe and connected space to explore related healing concepts. Dr. Christopher will speak to Racial Healing as a practice and methodology as she describes the relationship between racial healing and anti-racism work, diversity and inclusion, equity and social justice work.

Dr. Gail Christopher is an award-winning social change agent with expertise in the social determinants of health and well-being and in related public policies. She is known for her pioneering work to infuse holistic health and diversity concepts into public sector programs and policy discourse. Dr. Christopher recently retired from her role as Senior Advisor and Vice President at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, where she was the driving force behind the America Healing initiative and the Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation effort. Dr. Christopher also served as Kellogg’s Vice President for Program Strategy and worked on place-based programming in New Orleans and New Mexico. In 2015 she received the Terrance Keenan Award from Grantmakers in Health. She chairs the Board of the Trust for America’s Health. And is the current Executive Director of the National Collaborative for Health Equity.

Listen to a podcast with Dr. Gail Christopher “Healing Racism, the Taproot of America”

https://ntianugarden.com/ for more information

Important vocabulary for webinar 1

Free Downloadable PDFs:

CRI’s Top Ten Tips for a Self-Care Toolkit

Hanging on to Hope – Building a Resilience Toolkit

Oct. 8 @ 12pm PT- Adverse Community Environments – with Rick Griffin, Director of Training and Curriculum for CRI

  • ACE Focus: Adverse Community Environments
  • Key Concept: Protective vs. Risk Factors

We invite you to complete a short survey about this webinar, we value your feedback!

 

 Rick Griffin is the Director of Training and Curriculum Development for CRI. Rick holds a Masters degree in Education and uses his education to develop cutting-edge content and to deliver engaging presentations. He speaks to thousands of groups from all over the country and is widely recognized for his work with trauma-informed practices.  His experience allows him to consult seamlessly with schools, businesses, and community organizations.

Important vocabulary for webinar 2

Activity Template

 

Oct. 15 @ 12pm PT- Adverse Cultural Exposures

  • ACE Focus: Adverse Cultural Exposures
  • Key Concept: R.O.L.E.S.

We invite you to complete a short survey about this webinar, we value your feedback!

 Rick Griffin is the Director of Training and Curriculum Development for CRI. Rick holds a Masters degree in Education and uses his education to develop cutting-edge content and to deliver engaging presentations. He speaks to thousands of groups from all over the country and is widely recognized for his work with trauma-informed practices.  His experience allows him to consult seamlessly with schools, businesses, and community organizations.

 

Important vocabulary for webinar 3

 

 

Oct. 21 @ 6:30-7:30pm PT – Co-Regulation: Be an EASE Detective with Teresa Posakony

Click Here to join this webinar with Teresa Posakony!

Our nervous system gives us effective clues and cues for self-regulation and co-regulation.  Discover simple practices to align with your body’s natural state of balance, ease, and resilience.  Activate your social engagement system to create calm in connection with others.  Notice what happens in your body when there is a neuroception (nervous system perception)  of danger or life-threat. Be an EASE detective to discover what creates more ease, more breath, and more space.  Navigate life and all its challenges with more EASE.

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Teresa’s work is dedicated to creating healthy and resilient communities. Since 2003 she has been working with communities across Washington to help our state move toward flourishing. She brings the Neurosciences home with simple and fun practices we can use to exercise our Resilience more. Teresa invites everyone to “Step Into the Neurobiology Lab of YOU” – take this opportunity to see what works best for YOU! What helps YOU create more EASE as you navigate life and our current challenges. Come ready to ENGAGE! Teresa also encourages everyone to share the practices with others “Each one, teach one.”

 

Oct. 22 @ 12pm PT- Adverse Circuitry Expression

  • ACE Focus: Adverse Circuitry Expression
  • Key Concept: Predictive Brain

Click here to join the Zoom session!

We invite you to complete a short survey about this webinar, we value your feedback!

 Rick Griffin is the Director of Training and Curriculum Development for CRI. Rick holds a Masters degree in Education and uses his education to develop cutting-edge content and to deliver engaging presentations. He speaks to thousands of groups from all over the country and is widely recognized for his work with trauma-informed practices.  His experience allows him to consult seamlessly with schools, businesses, and community organizations.

Important vocabulary for webinar 4

 

Oct. 29 @ 12pm PT- Adverse Catastrophic Events

  • ACE Focus: Adverse Catastrophic Event
  • Key Concept: Individual and Community Resilience

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