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Systemic Racism, Health Disparities, and COVID-19: Leading through Complex Trauma with Resilience and Hope - Shared screen with speaker view
Irma Cooper
19:50
Good afternoon, Irma Cooper, covina, CA
Samara Tahmid
20:10
Welcome to today’s webinar, Systemic Racism, Health Disparities, and COVID-19: Leading through Complex Trauma with Resilience and Hope. Closed captioning is available for today’s event. You can turn on captions via Zoom, or view the captions in a separate window here: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=SystemicRacismHealthDisparitiesandCOVID19
Lucianna Wolfstone
22:09
Good afternoon everyone, Luci Wolfstone She/Her/Hers. Richfield, MN
Ami Roeschlein
22:41
Welcome everyone- it is an honor to be with you all today
Vanessa Brown
22:56
Good afternoon, Vanessa Brown-Butler County, Ohio
Kathleen Flowers-Madrigal
23:15
San Patricio County Department of Public Health
Erin Conley
23:22
State health agency
Sean Hemmerle
23:26
Sean Hemmerle, Washington State Dept. of Health. Hello!
Stashanna Farquharson-Webb
23:30
Stashanna Farquharson-Webb MSW, WellLife Network Pros East
Ashley Estrada
23:30
Local Health Agency
cindy wright
23:31
Sate agency non-health department
DAVY MUNSTERMAN
23:33
Davy Munsterman, ViventHealth-Austin
Kay Jackson
23:38
Education Facility
Andrew Gurevich
23:52
Hello everyone. Thank you for this program. Andy Gurevich. Mt Hood Community College, Portland, OR. He/Him/His
Sharadha Adhikari
23:53
Columbus State community college student
Katharine Morgan
23:56
Education facility
Marichie Barbasa
24:09
Morning! Marichie Barbasa, HawaiiPCA
Tasa Leikvoll
24:09
Tasa Leikvoll, Hennepin Healthcare Mpls MN Mother Baby Program
Lucianna Wolfstone
24:24
To be inclusive of all LGBTQAI+ communities, can everyone add their preferred pronouns to their names, please? Thank you.
James Bayonne
24:37
hi
Valerie Laster
24:38
Val Laster in Wayland, Michigan from Priority Health.
adam chavis
24:39
Good afternoon, Adam Chavis- Washington, DC
Tenesa Thompson
24:46
Child Advocacy Center
Bonni Snider
24:56
Good afternoon all. Bonni Snider, Alliance for Substance Addiction Prevention (AS), New Port Richey (Pasco County), Fl
Marguerite O'Brien
25:02
Hello from the University of South Carolina. Marguerite O'Brien, Director of Wellness, Prevention & Advocacy Services (she/her). Serving mostly as a case manager during COVID.
Judith Parker
25:09
Judith Parker her/she
Robert Pulster
25:11
Bob Pulster, United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (he/his)
adam chavis
25:18
Howard University and Whitman-Walker Health
Ellen Stollings
25:33
Good afternoon, Ellen F. Stollings, Butler County Mental Health & Addiction Recovery Services
DEREK RODGERS SR
25:47
Derek K. Rodgers, Sr, California Department of Transportation, San Bernardino, CA
Katharine Morgan
25:53
University of Texas Health for San Antonio Metro Health
Lucianna Wolfstone
25:56
Richfield Disability Advocacy Partnership (R-DAP). RichfieldDisability.org
Heather Janes
26:04
ADRC of Jefferson County- Dementia Care Specialist
Stephanie Pridgen
26:06
Stephanie Pridgen Wilson NC Wesley Shelter
Gayle Zepeda
26:09
Any tribal programs represented?
Elizabeth Franklin
26:12
Liz Franklin (she/her), Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio (CLUES), Twin Cities
Lucianna Wolfstone
26:24
Autism Society of Minnesota. AuSM.org
Carl Ross
26:28
Private practice in North-Central Florida
Annalily Williams
26:32
Berkeley Community Mental Health Center Moncks Corner SC
Julie Tadros
26:32
Julie Tadros (she/her) Lead Nurse, Kirkwood School District, St. Louis MO
Rheba Tullius
26:48
Rheba Tullius (She/her/hers) Community Connector at Winona Health Clinic, Winona MN
SARAH NELSON
26:54
Sarah Nelson - (she/her/hers) Generations Health Care Initiative
Brad Campbell
27:16
he/his
Suzanne Madison
27:23
Suzanne Madison, Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging (She/her/hers)
Jasmine Lollino
27:30
Jasmine Lollino (She/Her/Hers), Health Educator, Florida Department of Health in Collier County, Naples, FL.
Dray Wideman
27:52
Dray Wideman, Beckman Mental Health Greenwood SC
Annie Halland
27:57
Annie Halland (she/her), UCare, a non-profit health plan in MN
Peta-Gaye Ford
28:00
Hi Everyone from Peta-Gaye (She/Her) From Harris County Public Health, Dept.- Disease Control & Clinical Prevention
Elise Tanner
28:15
Elise Tanner (she/her), Alliance Healthcare Services, Memphis, TN
Lauren Roygardner
28:23
Lauren Roygardner (she/hers/hers), CASES Harlem, NY
Lisa Peeples-Hurst
28:39
Lisa Peeples-Hurst She/Her; Berrien County Health Department
Staci Lofton
28:44
Staci Lofton, Harris County Public Health (She/Her/Hers)
Shawna Cranmer
28:51
Shawna Cranmer (She/Her), North Range Behavioral Health/Colorado Spirit serving Weld County in Colorado.
Ryon Alcala
28:59
cultivating presence, I love it!! So excited to dig in! Thank you Ami! -- Ryon - AZ Dep of Health Services
Amy Lucio
29:14
Amy Lucio (she/her/hers) Orange County Health Care Agency, CA
Jennifer Ibrahim
29:16
Jenn Ibrahim, Temple University in Philadelphia, PA she/her/hers
Kelly Giles
29:50
Kelly Giles (he/his) NWESD189 WA
Flora Roddy
29:50
Flora Roddy ~ Fairbanks North Star Borough School District ~ Teaching & Learning Dept Admin Secretary
Portia Bennett
30:01
Portia Bennett (she/her/hers) Rappahannock Area Community Services Board, Fredericksburg, VA
Lucianna Wolfstone
30:09
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers) 02:07 PMGreat suggestion Lucianna! We at ASTHO and the National Council for Behavioral Health encourage inclusivity and highly recommend that everyone add in their preferred pronouns.National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1 02:08 PMPrivate answerThank you for the reminder! We will let our presenters know to add their pronouns.
Christin Wagner
30:18
Christin Wagner (she/her/hers), Eagleville Hospital, Norristown, PA
Deb Salamone
30:43
I moved my computer away from my messy desk!
Geetanjali Mittal
30:46
Geetanjali Mittal (she, her, hers) SEWA-AIFW, Minneapolis MN
Diana Jamous
30:48
Good afternoon everyone, Diana Jamous with UPAC Positive Solutions Program; San Diego, CA
Flora Roddy
30:56
Silenced phone, signed out of email! I want to be present!
Tenesa Thompson
31:03
Tenesa Thompson, She/Her/Hers - Voices for Children Advocacy Center, Flint MI
Tonnie Walters
31:05
Tonnie Walters (she/her/hers), Passport Health Plan, Louisville KY
Maria Thompson
31:05
Allowing myself to focus only this webinar.
Anna Karina Delage
31:06
Anna Karina (She/Her), Catholic Charities Arch of New Orleans, Immigration and Refugee Services, New Orleans, LA
Anna Karina Delage
31:07
Focus on one screen at a time. Be present with this webinar.
Jennifer Ibrahim
31:09
No email - thanks for permission!
Lucianna Wolfstone
31:10
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers) 02:07 PMGreat suggestion Lucianna! We at ASTHO and the National Council for Behavioral Health encourage inclusivity and highly recommend that everyone add in their preferred pronouns.National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1 02:08 PMPrivate answerThank you for the reminder! We will let our presenters know to add their pronouns.
Flora Roddy
31:14
She/her/hers
Elizabeth Franklin
31:23
Knitting so my brain sides are integrated and I can't type emails/case notes
Cynthia Jimenez
31:27
if there was no email how can you join?
Tammy Waitman
31:29
Will we have access to this power point after the training?
Annalily Williams
31:49
Annalily Williams RN BCMH I will actively listen!
Gayle Zepeda
31:50
She, her, hers
Ellen Beaudry
31:51
she/her/hers.... airplane mode for personal phone
Jasmine Lollino
31:53
Enjoying a yummy lunch so I can enjoy a wonderful presentation and meal :)
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
32:00
As a reminder, the recording and slides will be made available on the National Council and ASTHO’s websites by early next week.
Lucianna Wolfstone
34:37
To be Inclusive of all LGBTQAI+ communities, can everyone add their preferred pronouns to their names? Thank you.
Jessica Juarez-Wagner
35:12
Jessica Juarez-Wagner| she/her/hers| Development Director| United Indians of All Tribes Foundation| Seattle WA
Kellie Bradley
35:28
Kellie Bradley, she/herCommunity Relations ManagerBACHS Healthcare
Grady Asher
35:45
Good afternoon everyone from TX Dept State Health Services. He/Him/His
Kennly Asato
36:24
Kennly Asato, she/her, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Washington State Department of Health
Tammy Waitman
36:32
Behavioral Health Clinician w/Orange County, CA Health Care Agency (she/her)
Sarah Berry
36:52
Sarah Berry, (she/her/hers) Public Health Director, Waseca County MN
Laurie Kivler
37:40
Good afternoon (she/her), PsychRehab Director Step By Step, PA.
Rebecca Hovarter
37:51
Becky Hovarter (she/her) University of Wisconsin Gree Bay
Shahnaj Safi
38:14
Shahnaj Safi (she/her/hers), CDC/CSTE Applied Epidemiology Fellow, NMDOH
April Budd
38:42
Good afternoon, April Budd, she series, calling in from San Diego, Resolve to Save Lives
Elly Stout
38:47
Elly Stout (she/her), Education Development Center, Waltham, MA
Judy Drummond
39:31
Judy Drummond West Virginia Bureau for Behavioral Health Disaster Coordinator she/her/hers
Shirley Thurber
39:52
GOOD AFTERNOON, SHIRLEY FROM EBCAP located in WARREN RI RECOVERY CENTER
JAIME MONSON
40:04
Jaime Monson (she/her), Director of Clinical Mental Health Services at Volunteers of America of MN's Vona Center for Mental Health, Minneapolis, MN
Cathy Gormley
40:04
Cathy Gormley she/her
Shirley Thurber
40:06
she/her
SAMUEL WASHINGTON
40:10
Good Afternoon,Samuel C Washington,Infectious Disease Epidemiologist,Director- Maximus Public Health,Washington DC
Esmeralda Guevara
40:11
Good afternoon (she/her/hers) TX Dept of State Health Services
Lucianna Wolfstone
40:15
Luci Wolfstone She/Her/Hers. LuciannaWolfstone@gmail.com. Autistic, Transfeminine, Messianic Jewish, Disabled (Anxiety/Depression), Cat-Lady, Left-Handed, and Hoarding Disorder.
Abigail Rider
40:54
Abigail Rider (she/her/hers) Social Work Intern at Esperanza Health Center in Philadelphia, PA
Charlette Tarsi
41:01
Hello! Charlette Tarsi, Clinic Director (she series) - South Bay Community Services - Plymouth, MA
Lucianna Wolfstone
41:08
Link for video?
Donna Mazyck
41:19
Donna Mazyck (she/her) - National Association of School Nurses
Connie Hanson
41:20
Connie Hanson (she/her/hers), Training Supervisor, Kern Behavioral Health & Recovery Supervisor, Bakersfield, CA
Khara House
42:10
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjJUQlodh0g
Elizabeth Bobo
42:15
Elizabeth Bobo (she/her/hers), Bilingual Program Manager, Brinton Family Health and Healing Center in New Orleans, LAHi everyone!
Danielle Jatlow
42:26
Danielle Jatlow (she/hers), Director of Community Health Initiatives and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services, Centerpoint, Burlington, Vermont
Jill Robinson
42:26
She/her/hers/differently abled/Orthodox Christian/Aspie/big sister
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
42:52
Hi all! All resources shared and referenced for this event will be made available along with the presentation slides. For a link to the YouTube video on How Do People Experience Historical Trauma? Please check out the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjJUQlodh0g
Jaris Pryor
43:20
Howard University Student MSW
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
43:31
Learn more about the hidden wounds of racial trauma here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/545cdfcce4b0a64725b9f65a/t/54da3451e4b0ac9bd1d1cd30/1423586385564/Healing.pdf
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
45:43
Learn more about the hidden wounds of racial trauma here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/545cdfcce4b0a64725b9f65a/t/54da3451e4b0ac9bd1d1cd30/1423586385564/Healing.pdf
Ryon Alcala
45:49
For anyone interested//that wants to go deeper into rage, killing rage by bell hooks is a masterpiece
Nancy Manigat
46:17
James Baldwin- to be a negro in America is to be in a constant state of rage...
Marguerite O'Brien
47:35
This is really interesting. Unfortunately I need to leave for another meeting. Peace.
Lisa Lawson
47:37
Thank you for sharing
Jill Robinson
49:03
To be indigenous, disabled, chronically ill, or otherwise invisible is to deal with that feeling of not being able to stick up for oneself.
Valerie Smith
49:18
Not having clear, consistent, guidelines regarding covid and infection can certainly produce what you felt in that restaurant….anxiety
April Budd
49:23
+1 Mancy
April Budd
49:42
+1 Nancy*
Lucianna Wolfstone
50:33
Luci Wolfstone. She/Her/Hers. LuciannaWolfstone@gmail.com. Autistic, TransFeminine, Messianic Jewish, Disabled (Anxiety/Depression), Cat-Lady, Left-Handed, and Hoarding Disorder. Richfield, MN. AuSM.org & RichfieldDisability.org
Shawna Cranmer
50:39
Have to leave.
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
51:05
Check out the video on intersectionality here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qhadch9oDo&ab_channel=ADP
Kennly Asato
51:38
I can't hear sound
Tenesa Thompson
51:54
Make sure you click share computer sound
Jill Robinson
53:26
The squeaky wheels are getting the grease.
Pamela Henry
55:25
ASTHO trained contact tracer in San Bernardino County, CA. Seeking leads for remote work.
Sylvia Johnson LCSW
56:52
Greetings to everyone from Sylvia Johnson (she, her,), LCSW Primary Therapist , Rochester Rehabilitation Center, Rochester, NY
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
56:53
If you would like to access the video later on intersectionality here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qhadch9oDo&ab_channel=ADP
Judith Parker
57:15
Pamela contact me after presentation Judith_p@pacbell.net
Lucianna Wolfstone
57:28
I face multi-point discrimination everyday. Ableism, Transphobia, Anti-Semitism, Communication Discrimination, Classism, ect…...
April Budd
57:33
Scholar, Kimberle Crenshaw, coined the term intersectionality
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
58:42
Learn more about the hidden wounds of racial trauma here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/545cdfcce4b0a64725b9f65a/t/54da3451e4b0ac9bd1d1cd30/1423586385564/Healing.pdf
Jill Robinson
59:52
How much discrimination affects the Hmong/Karen/Southeast Asian communities? They are underrepresented at the table.
Lucianna Wolfstone
01:00:18
Fight, Fright, Freeze, Flight, or Fumble
wesley cutler
01:00:20
Wesley Cutler, Peer Specialist/CASES...
Pamela Henry
01:00:35
Remember to ask that during Q and A at end
Ami (she,her,hers)
01:01:28
@ Jill Robinson- the US does not segregate the data that way - which is so unfortunate
Ozy Aloziem
01:01:43
info on racial battle fatigue: https://www.ttsdschools.org/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=16190&dataid=25559&FileName=Racial%20Battle%20Fatigue%20-%20Handout.pdf
wesley cutler
01:01:55
This just covered
Lucianna Wolfstone
01:01:58
Being Autistic, I overwhelmed by my senses everyday. I do not need to be reminded of anything. It just happens.
Lancer Forney-McMahon
01:02:46
Hrm, Lucianna- never heard of the Fright or Fumble ones. I have experienced those responses/do experience them as well.
Bonnie Richardson
01:04:56
@Jill Robinson, please keep the AAMHF in mind, scheduled to be held in June 2021 We need your perspectives! http://www.asianwomenforhealth.org/asian-american-mental-health-forum.html
Lucianna Wolfstone
01:05:20
we get locked into thinking of just 3. I could easily come up with so many more, sticking with F: Fr*ck (Swearing), Follow, Fall, Food...…..
Lancer Forney-McMahon
01:06:05
Definitely
Sharadha Adhikari
01:06:17
How does this event relate to Advocy?
Valerie Smith
01:06:32
Stress vs burnout ——THANK YOU for highlighting the differences
Lucianna Wolfstone
01:06:47
AuSM.org & RichfieldDisability.org
Lucianna Wolfstone
01:07:07
We are Advocacy!
SARAH NELSON
01:07:52
Inter
wesley cutler
01:08:29
Thanks for that Lucianna! I myself suffer from PTSD and yes, most things covered here I can identify with. It is not easy on any level under these current circumstances. But there are those I serve in worse situations which does in fact help me stay standing and productive. Though we could stand to have more modalities in which the angrier can ACTUALLY vent!?
Lancer Forney-McMahon
01:08:30
#1 is ourselves
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
01:08:42
For more on building resilience in individuals and systems, check out this toolkit: https://compassionresiliencetoolkit.org/
Bonnie Richardson
01:08:44
Being trauma informed means advocating for clients who are dealing with multiple traumas due to multiple layers of oppression!
Cindy Davis
01:09:23
Thanks, Bonnie. That is excellent insight on advocacy!
Jill Robinson
01:09:27
@Bonnie Richardson - thanks so much! I work at Hennepin Healthcare and am so concerned for patients from smaller minority groups.
Rowan Frost
01:10:01
Focus on self care risks putting the emphasis on personal rather than structural change. We work in harmful, dysfunctional environments; we are harmed; we cannot do our best work with the people we serve.
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
01:10:07
For more on the Four Layers of Diversity wheel, click here: https://www.gardenswartzrowe.com/why-g-r
Pamela Henry
01:10:17
So right, Wesley! what are our healthy real rage venting outlets. Rage being different than anger.
Bonnie Richardson
01:10:26
Self!Care!Is!Survival!
Jill Robinson
01:10:37
Very good point, Pamela!
michelle samuel
01:10:45
Our these slides available as a PPT?
Bonnie Richardson
01:10:50
You cannot fight the power if you have no steam to power yourself.
Lucianna Wolfstone
01:10:58
My info is above. Anyone feel free to contact me at anytime. I want to continue this great conversation with all of you wonderful people. LuciannaWolfstone@gmail.com
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
01:11:18
Hi all! As a reminder, the recording and slides will be made available on the National Council and ASTHO’s websites by early next week.
Bonnie Richardson
01:11:27
There is a Self-Care Wheel online if you want to look for it.
Lancer Forney-McMahon
01:11:42
Exactly, Bonnie!
Barbara Falkman
01:12:28
This is a great presentation., thank you! Barbara Falkman, Suffolk County Department of Health Services, Division of Services for Children with Special Needs, Hauppauge, NY
Lancer Forney-McMahon
01:12:42
Thanks Samara!
Bonnie Richardson
01:12:43
Self-care is an act of resistance in a capitalist society that commodifies and sells it it as a "luxury."
Lancer Forney-McMahon
01:13:33
Perfect way to put that, Bonnie. They call it a “treat” even.
Lucianna Wolfstone
01:13:43
Thank you for all of the wonderful visuals and infographics! As someone with an entirely visual memory, who can not remember auditory information, this is soooooo very important!!!
Grady Asher
01:13:46
This a great presentation with wonderful resources!
Lancer Forney-McMahon
01:13:49
Treat yourself to a massage, facial, etc., things that are self care.
stacey holmes
01:14:01
Great webinar.
Judy Drummond
01:14:15
Great webinar
Tenesa Thompson
01:14:26
Thank you!
Sydney Minnerly
01:14:37
Wonderful presentation ! Thank you.
Jill Robinson
01:14:39
To be free of pain is not merely a 'treat' or a luxury. It is a need and a relief.
Susan Harris
01:14:40
Great Webinar, I hope there will be a follow up!
Joyce Abeng
01:14:50
This has been a great webinar!!
Bonni Snider
01:14:56
Awesome presentation! Would love to attend another.
Lancer Forney-McMahon
01:14:58
Exactly, Jill.
Sharonda Parker
01:15:03
Awesome Webinar, so happy I took the time out to attend!
Kerry Venegas
01:15:16
I could not agree more @Bonnie. It has been sold to all of us as aspirational and outreach, the ultimate luxury that only wealthy or entitled people of a certain culture, race, and economic status can access. Which so not how it should be
Flora Roddy
01:15:31
Thank you for this wonderful information about very much needed subjects!
Susan Harris
01:15:33
I love practical application ideas, that is so helpful!
Grady Asher
01:15:46
Practicing self-care is vital! Thanks for the reminder!
Lucianna Wolfstone
01:15:48
There are no universal social assumptions, but so many people act like there are. I have no idea what assumptions anyone else has and so many of my assumptions are unique to me.
Cathy Galloway
01:16:10
Didn't last long enough! Great resources though! Thank you all and stay safe!
Diane Thompson
01:16:31
Thank you for this wonderful presentation!
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
01:17:25
Learn more about the ABC’s of community response here: https://www.managementcenter.org/resources/how-to-manage-when-things-are-not-okay-and-havent-been-for-centuries/
cindy wright
01:17:28
Will share with my co-workers for sure!
Cathy Gormley
01:17:47
This is so great...I look forward to the slides so I can go over this information with staff
Joyce Dampeer
01:17:52
Thank you for this informative and extremely useful webinar. Please keep up the great work in continuing to cover this important topic/area; it will be critical as we work as clinicians, administrators, and leaders to provide the best care for all of our clients.
Kara Panek
01:18:04
This was great- thank you!!
lori horwit
01:18:19
Thank you for making these wonderful slides available to us.
wesley cutler
01:18:53
Thanks for this presentation. "ALL LIVES MATTER."
Irma Cooper
01:18:58
Valuable information & we must start to engage with each other to make a change. Thank you for the webinar today. I look forward to getting the slides
Valerie Smith
01:19:22
WOW. What a wonderful presentation. Lots of info. Lots to process. All valuable!!!
Heather Janes
01:19:36
Great presentation, thank you!
cindy wright
01:19:42
FANTASTIC! Again, will be sure to share.
Prabu Vasan
01:20:00
I appreciate the resources - allows us to take the webinar and apply it to our particular circumstances.
Geetanjali Mittal
01:20:00
Can you please send the links to the information that you shared. This is great information and is definitely very very helpful!
Ami (she,her,hers)
01:20:07
Thank you all so very much for being present with us all today!
Archana Basu
01:20:10
This was SO wonderful! With gratitude… be well everyone.
Andrew Gurevich
01:20:13
Absolutely wonderful presentation, all.
Jasmine Matheson
01:20:15
Thank you!
Javarre wilson
01:20:16
Great presentation and thanks for all the resources!
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
01:20:26
Hello everyone, thank you again for joining us! A copy of the resources, slides and recording will be made available on the National Council and ASTHO's website by early next week.
Lancer Forney-McMahon
01:20:37
Thank you, Everyone!
SHARON GOOLSBY
01:20:39
Great presentation, thank you!
Mary Allee
01:20:41
thank you!!
Dennae Harshaw
01:20:43
Thank you Aaron & Ami! Great presentation.
Erin Conley
01:20:44
Thank you very much!
Elly Stout
01:20:52
Really helpful, thank you!!
Maya Heinert
01:20:53
Outstanding presentation. Many thanks to all panelists and all who work at The Coucil
Erika Campbell
01:20:54
Awesome presentation. Thank You
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
01:21:00
Loving our webinar series? Register for our next webinar, Mental Health First Aid: A Primer for Public Health Professionals and Communities on Oct 22 at 3pm ET: https://thenationalcouncil-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rYXwrvFxQDWdaeXoi47cQQ
Jasmine Hillyer
01:21:04
I really enjoyed the presentation!
Tammy Waitman
01:21:07
Thank you. There was a lot of information presented. I wish the training was longer. Thank you for the resources, EXCELLENT work!!
Sherri Glover
01:21:10
Great presentation, very informative. Love the 7 steps to Identify & Address Biases. I am looking forward to receiving the handouts. Thanks. Stay Safe everyone.
Dennae Harshaw
01:21:14
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
Deb Salamone
01:21:22
Thank you!
Carole Kelnhofer
01:21:24
Thank you for the great presentation!
Golnoush Hooshvar
01:21:27
Thank you!
Lancer Forney-McMahon
01:21:32
🙏🏻
monique stanley
01:21:32
thanks so much
Valerie Smith
01:21:32
Thank you
Donna Mazyck
01:21:33
thank you!
Olivia Coe
01:21:34
Thank you! Wish I could spend the whole day learning about this with you two!
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
01:21:36
Register for our next webinar, Mental Health First Aid: A Primer for Public Health Professionals and Communities on Oct 22 at 3pm ET: https://thenationalcouncil-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rYXwrvFxQDWdaeXoi47cQQ
Joyce Abeng
01:21:37
Thank you!!!
Christina Coghill
01:21:42
Thank you!
Katelyn Maddox
01:21:42
Thank you!
Mary McClatchey
01:21:45
thank you, that was superb!
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
01:21:46
Register for our next webinar, Mental Health First Aid: A Primer for Public Health Professionals and Communities on Oct 22 at 3pm ET: https://thenationalcouncil-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rYXwrvFxQDWdaeXoi47cQQ
Michele Almeida
01:21:46
Thank you!
Shahnaj Safi
01:21:49
Thank you so much!
Adriana Galván
01:21:52
great webinar!!!!
Carol DeGraw
01:21:53
Thank you both. This was a great presentation!!
Rocile Cain
01:21:56
Thank you. this was great.
lori horwit
01:21:58
THANK YOU! Was awesome. Wish it was longer.
Cindy Davis
01:22:06
Outstanding!! Thank you!!
Valerie Smith
01:22:07
AWESOME!!
Samara Tahmid (she, her,hers)
01:22:08
Thank you everyone for joining us!
Ryon Alcala
01:22:08
yes thank you all so much!!!!!
Grady Asher
01:22:10
Thank you. I look forward to the next webinar
Seya Ferghus
01:22:14
Thank you!!
Ann Copeland
01:22:18
Thank you!
wesley cutler
01:22:18
bless