Trauma 108: Trauma and Racism
Prerequisite training: Trauma 107: Trauma-Informed Cultural Sensitivity
This workshop provides information the subject of racism with a focus on:
- Defining basic aspects and components of racism, historic racism and researcher bias
- Implicit Bias and the Neuroscience of Bias
- White Privilege, Colorism and Microaggressions
- The Intersection of Trauma and Racism
- Reasons to have Hope including Theory of Change, Social Movement and Tipping Point
- R.C. of Racial Reconciliation
- Constructive, Critical and Courageous Conversations
- The Myth of Race
Additionally, time will be spent integrating trauma principles to highlight the profound impact of racism while offering ideas with regard to the responsibilities of white and BIPOC to actively promote anti-racism and socially equality.
There are opportunities for individual reflection and constructive conversations among participants to allow consideration of action steps to take as individuals, communities and a society to challenge and change attitudes, beliefs and behaviors around race.
Please be advised that cancellations made up to 48 hours before a scheduled training via email will be processed without a penalty.
Cancellations made 48 hours or less before a scheduled training will not be refunded.
Training will be co-facilitated live via web-based platform by two Lakeside Global Institute trainers. Audio and video connection are required for this interactive training.
50 participants per group. For larger group presentations contact Beth Hall • email@example.com.
Trauma 108 on September 17
Friday, Sep 17, 2021 09:00 AM