Drawing on extensive doctoral research and professional practice, this lecture with Dr. Angel Acostsa invites participants into an exploration of how practitioners and scholars have deliberately integrated the notion of healing into K-12 curricula and professional education.
This workshop was offered to providers who work with incarcerated or formerly incarcerated parents or the alternate caregivers of children with incarcerated parents.
In this presentation, Shawn C.T. Jones, Ph.D. discusses racial literacy as a tool for recognizing racial trauma across a number of systems and life stages. Collectively, we will reflect on how racial seeing and racial noticing are important elements in our mission towards social justice.
A multi-disciplinary conversation about how to support children and families after the pandemic with Heather Hill, Ph.D., Anisa M. Ibrahim, MD, Ann Ishimaru Ed.D., and Liliana J. Lengua, Ph.D.
In this video, we talk about gratitude, a skill and practice that is central to hardwiring our brains to savor good experiences.
In this video, we talk about self-compassion, a skill and practice that is critical to strengthening resilience.