Fri, Jan 17|
All Saints Episcopal Church
Intersectionality and Trauma: Restoring, Reclaiming and Resourcing Traumatized Communities (1)
Have you ever wondered about the psychological underpinnings and effects of the collective historical trauma experienced by African-descended persons? If so, this weekend training is for you! Friday, January 17th 6-9pm Saturday, January 18th 8:30am-5pm Sunday, January 19th 2:30-6:30pm
Time & Location
Jan 17, 2020, 6:00 PM – Jan 19, 2020, 6:30 PM
All Saints Episcopal Church, 132 N Euclid Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101, USA
About The Event
Relevant to the 400 year anniversary of the first documented enslaved Africans in the United States, the second training, over MLK weekend will involve an immersion into the history of the Maafa- “the great disaster and destruction beyond human convention and comprehension” that includes the transatlantic enslavement of people of African descent in the Americas.
This immersion and in-depth training will be offered, that includes:
- An understanding of the STAR (Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience) model
- Awareness of The Association of Black Psychologists and Community Healing Network’s Community Care and Self Care Toolkit
- A discussion about culturally-congruent strategies and resources for restoring resilience, including but not limited to The Association of Black Psychologists and Community Healing Network’s Community Care and Self Care Toolkit
- An opportunity to equip our community to support and participate in the All Saints Church Trauma-Informed Community Based Care Project of Northwest Pasadena.
Friday, January 17th 6-9pm Saturday, January 18th 8:30am-5pm Sunday, January 19th 2:30-6:30pm