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Trauma (Historical & Intergenerational) and Resiliency - Shared screen with speaker view
National Council for Mental Wellbeing PIC 1
09:36
Hi everyone! Thanks for joining us. We're going to get started with the webinar in about 5 minutes at the top of the hour.
Cheryl Williams
10:04
Good Afternoon ☺️
Karyleen Irizarry
10:18
👋Hello
Denise Abrahamsen
10:25
hello
Jennifer Hardman Clark
10:26
Hi everyone!
Shannon Jones
10:30
hellow
Victoria Ackman
10:32
hello
Shannon Jones
10:34
hello
Chris Starets-Foote
10:39
Hello
Vanessa Parker
10:46
Good morning, everyone!
Alex Baer
10:52
Happy Monday!
beth tamborski
10:53
Good Morning!
KANDYCE OUTLAW
10:54
yo! good mornin'
Rachel Sweeney
10:57
Hi
Cassie Calliou
10:58
Good morning!
Jamie Phelps
10:58
Hello
David Williams
11:06
Good Morning!
Sarah-Catherine Sargeant
11:07
👋
Morgan Newton
11:14
Hi Everyone!
Rachel Daugherty
11:20
Hello!
Lindsay Keeling
11:22
Good morning
Chase Giroux
11:28
Hello! :)
Tammy Lafey
11:30
Good morning!
Heidi Olson-Streed
11:30
Hello! I'm looking forward to this.
Mary Roberds
11:34
Hi!!
Amy Keyes
11:34
Hello to everyone 🙂
ILIANA MARTINEZ-LUGO
11:34
Hi Everyone
Billie Hasewinkle
11:34
Morning
Kellie Kelley
11:34
Hello!
Lucia Bell
11:35
Good Morning :-)
Courtney Krieger
11:46
Hello!
Tammy Lafey
11:48
Grand Rapids MI
Joey Compton
11:51
hello
Carissa Mattli
11:54
Good morning from Missouri!
Tawnya Christiansen
11:57
Hello from Seattle, WA
Martin Lopez
11:57
Good Morning, Martin Lopez, Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo, El Paso, TX
Sarah-Catherine Sargeant
11:58
Sparta NY!
Amy Keyes
12:00
Roanoke, Virginia
Rebecca Roth
12:00
Hi from Charleston, WV
Chris Starets-Foote
12:00
Everett, Washington
Alex Baer
12:01
Training Coordinator with CHHUNY in Rochester NY
Chase Giroux
12:02
I am from CSO located in Northampton, Ma
Jennifer Churchill
12:03
Jennifer Churchill, Advocacy Supervisor at Sacramento Children's Home
kathleen montano
12:06
good morning from Tucson AZ
connie hubbard
12:07
Connie Hubbard Richmond Ky
Sharon Unterreiner
12:08
Morning, Sharon from AZ
Jamie Phelps
12:10
Jeffersonville, IN
Krista Forni
12:10
Morning all! I'm located in Central Jersey. I work with new and expecting moms who are working on recovery
Lucia Bell
12:10
Lakewood, Washington
Denise Abrahamsen
12:11
Queensbury, NY
Dawn Kelley
12:13
Hickory NC
Beverly Rascoe
12:14
B Rascoe, Good Morning
Ashley Fuentes
12:15
Good morning! This is Ashley Fuentes with Horizon Health and Wellness at the Apache Junction, AZ.
Cristan Williams
12:16
Hello from Galveston, Texa. I'm Cristan Williams :)s
Gianine Christiano
12:17
Good morning from NJ
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12:17
Hello from West Virginia!
David Williams
12:18
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12:19
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12:19
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Mary Fudge
12:20
Hello From Vancouver, WA
Andrea Roderick
12:21
Good afternoon from Quincy, Massachusetts
Kellie Kelley
12:22
Kellie Kelley, Training Specialist, Meridian Health Services, Indiana
Christine Gist
12:23
Good Morning Christine Gist Roanoke Prevention Alliance Roanoke, VA
David Warner
12:23
Good afternoon, David Warner, Williamsburg, Virginia.
Elizabeth Ralston
12:24
Columbus, IN :)
beth tamborski
12:25
Beth Tamborski, CO
Jennifer Hardman Clark
12:29
Hi! From Maryland!
Kathy Raney
12:31
Hello Marion, IL
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12:31
Lehigh Valley area in PA
Janet Stagg
12:31
Hello every from Dallas, tX
William Harris
12:32
Good morning from the Queen City: Cincinnati, Ohio.
Lorinda Tomlinson
12:34
Lorinda Tomlinson , MISS
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12:34
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12:35
MaryBeth Rutledge, Lakeland, FL
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12:36
Hello from Anderson, Indiana
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12:37
Hello from Chicago, IL!
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12:41
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12:41
Good Morning, Barb Brumleve, Normal, IL!!
Henrietta Bass
12:43
Henrietta Bass, Director of Housing Assistance, Greensboro, NC
KANDYCE OUTLAW
12:50
logging in from seattle
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12:51
hello from South Central NY
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12:53
Diane Rankin from Lincoln, IL
ANGELE MOSS-BAKER
12:58
Angele Moss-Baker - WDC
Margaret Paine
12:59
Falmouth, Maine I do release planning for complex cases within Maine Department of Corrections
Tamika Nash
13:03
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13:05
Shalonna from Ohio
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13:13
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13:16
Alex Yonkovig from Las Cruces, NM
Jennifer Morris
13:16
Jennifer Morris, LMSW, ReDiscover Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Program, Lee's Summit, Missouri Hello!
Donna Miller
13:17
Hi from Western Washington State!
Cassie Calliou
13:20
Hi there! I'm in Fort Good Hope in the Northwest Territories, Canada
Alex Baer
13:21
I know I haven't had lunch, because I'm thinking of regional delicacies every time I see a new city pop up. Old Bay, and hot dogs with mayo, and etoufee, and onion smash burgers...
Katelyn Hebert
13:23
Hello from West Warwick, Rhode Island!
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13:28
Folsom, CA... yes where the prison is
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13:29
Hello Everyone Ma'Isah from Chicago
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13:30
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13:38
Hello from Puyallup Washington
Pam Brooks-Crump
13:51
Hi Y’all!this is Pam Brooks-Crump from Atlanta Georgia; Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network happy, healthy heartfelt Monday to you!!
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13:53
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13:58
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14:01
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14:03
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14:03
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14:03
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14:04
Hello, from New Mexico 😀
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14:09
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14:10
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14:21
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14:22
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14:23
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14:24
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14:29
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14:30
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14:33
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14:35
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14:46
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14:48
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mitzi glass
14:48
Mitzi Glass Norfolk VA
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14:49
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14:49
hell, from Washington
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14:49
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14:55
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14:59
Val Santiago Stanley, from the Lord's Place. Org. West Palm Beach, Fl
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15:00
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15:02
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15:06
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15:12
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15:47
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15:48
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15:54
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16:00
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16:02
Kwai Kwai from Vermont, the traditional land of the Abenaki people
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16:03
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16:03
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16:05
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16:23
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Kheya Ganguly
16:25
Kheya Ganguly, Director of Trauma Prevention abd Resilience Development, State of Vermont
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16:27
Hello from LA, CA !
National Council for Mental Wellbeing PIC 1
16:28
All SJLA Learning Series events are recorded and posted on our events webpage linked here: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/event/historical-intergenerational-trauma-and-resiliency/
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16:31
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16:38
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16:38
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16:48
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16:57
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16:59
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Keia Briscoe Recovery & Resiliency Manager UHC/Optum, Kentucky Medicaid
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19:01
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Phyllis Wanjeru
19:09
What is the email to request evidence of completion ?
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19:32
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23:46
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23:53
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24:27
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24:56
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24:59
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25:14
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25:17
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25:24
I have lost audio. Has anyone else?
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25:32
Hello from Hayward, California!
emily egan bright
25:32
no
Chase Giroux
25:35
no
KANDYCE OUTLAW
25:35
no
Heidi Olson-Streed
25:37
my audo works
Karen Kiley
25:42
Hello from CT Beacon Health
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
25:43
Osda Svhiyeyiditlv🌤️. Gabriella "Running Rabbit" from Albemarle, North Carolina.
Lydia Taylor
26:00
Good Morning from Danbury,CT
Walter Bailey
26:07
My audio is working!
Eric Limegrover
26:12
Hello from Parkersburg WV
Alex Baer
26:36
To continue the metaphor, ripples can intersect and create new and unique wave patterns
Yonce Jones
27:39
hello yonce jones from nyc
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
27:50
Absolutely. I as a Native Indigenous person who is not on a reservation, like all of us, wake up every day to a world we no longer recognize.
Melanie Williams
28:04
Hello from Granite City, IL
Sadigoh Galloway
28:22
Hello from Beachwood Ohio
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
28:49
Agreed.
Millytza Perez
29:06
Hello from Philadelphia ( Kensington) area
Kheya Ganguly
29:25
It is a boulder after boulder that create clashing waves and ripples which equal complete chaossafe with no perceived place to land
Auburn Watersong
30:37
Absolutely - even off the reservation - in Vermont - my grandmother's generation - went through the Eugenics survey sterilization program - definite lack of trust in systems...
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
30:44
Yes, I Agree. I am also African American
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
32:07
Absolutely Agree.
Jill Granger
32:21
blood memory.
Alisha Fletcher
32:24
One example is how Indigenous ways of caring for the planet have been erased and therefore further the impacts of climate change.
Auburn Watersong
32:48
yes, Jill Granger,
Gayle Zepeda
32:50
We see it's effects in the marginalization of IPOC.
Shelley Parker
33:05
Great question on epigenetics
Kellie Phelps
33:26
Are we allowed to ask questions? I am wondering how the oppression of women has resulted intergenerational trauma?
Lindsay Keeling
33:26
@phyllis Wanjeru the email is SJLA@thenationalcouncil.org
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
33:41
Agreed.
Margarita Tarkanova
34:14
Hello from NY
National Council for Mental Wellbeing PIC 1
34:14
Questions are welcomed! Please place them into the Q&A function located at the bottom of your screen
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
34:17
There's is a Biological effect with trauma store in our body.
mitzi glass
34:34
I think the ACES study demonstrated the relationship between trauma and biology
Alex Baer
34:38
some of the most radicalized people I know are developmental biologists - just years and years of grant-funded studies that scream <this societal institution has traumatized this group, and its hereditability goes beyond that environment>
Beverly Griffin
34:59
Please grab some water
Alex Baer
35:13
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2018/10/trauma-inherited-generations/573055/
Mary Parrish
35:29
There's an incredibly insightful and impactful podcast--1619--that weaves personal present day narrative through time and back, demonstrating that history and racism first experienced and instituted through slavery in the US deeply irrevocably impacts black folx today. (1619 is one of many many many resources; it was accessible helped bring trauma and intergenerational trauma to light through a personal story). <3
Erin Schwab
35:32
Thanks Alex
Susan Bellas
35:38
https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2018/10/trauma-inherited-generations/573055/
Lisa Naranjo
35:57
thank you for the link!
mitzi glass
36:07
I am doing a community read of 1619. Incredible learning.
Jill Granger
38:50
https://boardingschoolhealing.org/
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
38:51
It's also re-establishing education of the true facts of history within the school curriculum.
Mary Parrish
38:52
@mitzi - yay! so impactful. having only learned a white washed, white supremacist version of history, I learned so much more about actual historical events from Lincoln to AMA lobbying to prevent universal healthcare in the 40s to ... on and on. incredible to see/hear the thread from 1619 through 2022 in the economy, health, health care, etc.
Jill Granger
39:50
Residential boarding "schools' !!!!
Mary Parrish
40:01
social determinants of health are *not* arbitrarily distributed
Bonnie Richardson
40:16
^^^
connie hubbard
40:22
What about the witch hunts and affects on women?
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
40:46
Good question Connie.
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
43:58
Our indigenous women and Young ladies are still being kidnapped, assaulted/raped, murdered and gone missing. Our movement now is Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women or MMIW.
Melida Arredondo
44:01
Also, l Puerto Rican families who had a woman from their family secretly sterilized.
KANDYCE OUTLAW
44:03
you can give folks all the info/tools you want but they also have to be willing/open to receiving, understanding, utilizing the info/tools given. but of course that doesn't mean we keep trying to move forward!
Alex Baer
44:31
Speaking truth to power in public health should be the norm.e.g. Lack of healthcare access stems from redlining which stems from chattel slavery which stems from...
Melida Arredondo
44:42
Also, the many men and women who were
Melida Arredondo
45:20
raped on voyage from south to north.
Charles Cofer
47:09
Here in the rural south nothing has change nothing
KANDYCE OUTLAW
47:14
facts
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
47:29
Native Indigenous Veterans of Native Indigenous vs USA Wars are NOT recognized as Veterans by US VA or State VA's.
Cherline Gene
47:39
Truth and reconciliation is required groundwork to equity work...without them DEI seems superficial
Bonnie Richardson
47:50
You can't just go into an area and start telling folks what they need. The best interventions start with going to the organizations ALREADY DOING THE WORK in the community and finding out what you can do to help them.
Thelma Horton
47:53
I believe the bottom-line is FEAR. Fear perpetuates ignorance in our society to avoid learning about other groups that may not look like us, learn their history, etc. If we don't learn our history, history will repeat itself.
Cherline Gene
48:06
DEIB* Diversity equity inclusion belonging
Erin Combs
48:17
Kandyce, I find that they don't know how to accept help when they have lived with generational systemic poverty and biases. They don't have the self-efficacy to get better....
Kellee Hawkins Coleman, LMSW, Psy.D, CCHP
48:18
TIC also should be included
Sam Castro
48:26
Yesss!!!! DEE is exactly what I need to be implementing
Sam Castro
48:32
That is so true
Lisa Hamilton
48:44
Agreed. Wonderful Distinction.
Sam Castro
49:09
Attendance is not the same as engagement
Lori Hannibal
49:11
Excellent point! Engage Me Thank you
Bonnie Richardson
49:19
@Erin, "They don't know how to accept help" sounds really dismissive. Perhaps the help folks are offered is NOT the help the actually NEED?
Miranda Graul
49:22
Erin Combs, perhaps society doesn't understand how to include folks. There are many lenses to and sometimes we need to look at our perspective.
Bonnie Richardson
49:40
they actually need, not the
Bonnie Richardson
49:43
sorry
Charles Cofer
49:44
It is repeating Itself
Sam Castro
49:47
@Bonnie, that is so true. I'm constantly offered help but it's not the help they need
Cristan Williams
50:02
How do intergenerational trauma and epigenetics affect colonial moralities predicated on a belief in Libertarian Free Will?
Bonnie Richardson
50:17
There is no morality in colonialism...
Erin Combs
50:23
perhaps. In my town, much of the problem is the gap between the providers and the poverty that our clients live in. When we can't understand how life looks through their eyes, it is hard to connect.
Amy Alfonso
51:11
What does DEE stand for
Bonnie Richardson
51:11
If you have difficulty connecting, it could be that the communities you are trying to "help" don't trust you.
Dina Stuhl
51:17
Because the historical trauma of my people is not expressed in the color of the skin, it is often overlooked or worse, dismissed
Erin Combs
51:32
same, Dina
Kheya Ganguly
51:35
diversity equity and engagement
Amy Alfonso
51:41
thank you
Cindy Caldwell
51:52
@Amy - DEE Diveristy, Equity, Engagement
Walter Bailey
51:59
Yes Terence! Not providing safe spaces for their workers. I work for the Oregon Health Authority and the new concept is Eliminating Health Inequity by year 2030! Sounds great but policy and legislation is tailored to the dominant culture, and now the state is leaning on folks with lived experience and bring them into spaces to help make change and folks of color who are new to the space are being retraumatized!
Miranda Graul
52:00
Erin Combs, I hear some bias and assumption in your comments. Those two factors are always going to be a barrier for you. Sounds like you may need to do some work to break that down so you can better understand.
Bonnie Richardson
52:19
^^^
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53:06
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Tony Caban
53:09
How can I get credit for this with my organization?
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
53:20
I agree Bonnie on trust issues.
Erin Combs
53:44
how so, Miranda? I'd love to work through as many of my biases as I can. I can only speak to my own experiences, which aren't many. I try very hard to bridge that gap between our clients and our providers. I am in a very small town and trust is a BIG issue, but normally not one that I have with my folks.
Bonnie Richardson
53:50
I don't see any insulting, bullying, inflammatory or offensive language.
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54:11
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Tony Caban
54:52
Thanks
Cherline Gene
54:53
Individual work also includes checking your own biases and I like the point about cultural humility
Miranda Graul
55:05
The comment of "self-efficacy" might be a bit biased.
Fay Dansby
55:31
Wow Dr. just took us there. It’s about “cultural humility,” not “cultural competency”.
Lana Pelletier
55:37
encouraging those with trauma informed models to use trauma informed agency wide assessments to self assess where they are with these issues.
Alisha Fletcher
55:53
Erin, something that I've seen in my community that I think speaks to what you're getting at is that the trust that you're not getting might not be related to you at all but instead about your organization or what the person you're working with perceives your organization to represent. We struggled with people thinking we represented the city or the government and that's part of where the mistrust came from, even if folks trust us on an individual level.
Lana Pelletier
56:08
and working to create as safe an atmosphere as possible to staff answer assessment questions honestly.
Cherline Gene
56:15
https://www.racialequityalliance.org/tools-resources/
Kellee Hawkins Coleman, LMSW, Psy.D, CCHP
56:16
The TI-ROC is an wonderful assessment tool.
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
56:19
Cultural- Linguistics
Bonnie Richardson
56:37
Exactly, Alisha. When I said "trust you" I did mean at an institutional level.
Erin Combs
56:54
I don't see it, can you elaborate? This is what I struggle with the most with my folks. They can't see their lives as better than it is and I work very hard to help them envision that. That is usually where I have to start. It is hard for many of my folks to work toward goals because they have no hope for change.
Walter Bailey
56:57
Trying to get buy in is great! My experience currently is trying to get policy makers and legislators to buy in on cultural humility. Looking at ways to bridge the gap!
Cindy Caldwell
57:00
Kellee - what is the TI-ROC?
Alex Baer
57:09
How do we see ourselves forwarding restorative justice
Mary Parrish
57:24
workforce development, shared learning. if we want external change to be successful, we need to look inward before we look outward. creating safe spaces to discuss, learn, and identify implicit bias, gender, identity, power, privilege--how are these showing up for you, how do they make you feel, collecting information w/out judgement about yourself.
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
57:44
Agreed.
Kellee Hawkins Coleman, LMSW, Psy.D, CCHP
58:07
Trauma-Informed Resilience-Oriented Care (TI-ROC) is a wonderful tool that offers “guidance for care organizations and mobile crisis units to support not only the individual receiving services but also the staff delivering care – a trauma-informed team is a team who provides better care both to those they serve and to each other.”
Bonnie Richardson
58:29
@Erin, "They can't see their lives as better than it is and I work very hard to help them envision that." How do your clients define "better" versus how you define "better" for their lives?
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
58:39
Self-assessment of our biases and understanding of connection to others different from us.
Miranda Graul
58:49
It can be impossible to feel like any level of personal change matters when systems are built against you. The systems need to change to provide better opportunities. You can't expect a fish to fly.
Charles Cofer
58:50
Thank you Cherline
Jill Granger
59:28
lateral oppression/violence is also a manifestation of historical and intergeneration trauma that impacted communities experience
Cindy Caldwell
59:32
TY Kellee!! Looks like a great resource for my mental health agency!
Mary Parrish
59:33
but its individuals with power and privilege that have created and perpetuated white supremacy and institutionalized racism - so we can and need to start with individuals.
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
59:39
Agreed Miranda
Mary Parrish
01:00:15
enough individuals will foster change - changing the system takes way way way longer than working with individual, groups, communities, organizations.
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01:00:19
https://icmglt.org/intergenerational-assessment-tools/
Malik Cooper
01:00:27
May be i'm misunderstanding. “Cultural Humility” is the antithesis of what we teach here in America. As a nation/ people, aren't we taught to have cultureal pride….to celebrate who we are and what we do and whwew we come from…
Rosalyn Logan
01:00:34
The system(s) that are in place only treats the symptoms of poverty, mental health, healthcare etc.
Malik Cooper
01:00:52
Where*
Erin Combs
01:00:54
@Bonnie, that is a very valid point, and admittedly something I struggle with. I think specifically about substance abuse, domestic violence victims, and those in unhealthy relationships as well as some of my hoarders and disordered eaters. I am learning to help set attainable goals with my folks, but it is hard with they have no hope for change.
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
01:00:57
Agreed Rosalyn
Mary Parrish
01:01:07
cultural humility to me means you've dropped your ego and are open and willing to learn and understand that there is more than one way to be -- more than one culture
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01:01:20
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaSHLbS1V4w&t=377s
Bonnie Richardson
01:01:21
@Erin, have you taken Motivational Interviewing training?
Mary Parrish
01:01:44
and practicing cultural humility requires meeting people where they are and walking with them toward their cultural view of health -
Erin Combs
01:01:46
I have, and I use it often
Erin Combs
01:02:13
I can't get some of my folks TO ambiguity to talk them through it sometimes.
Cherline Gene
01:02:13
Cultural humility is important because it uplifting people's lived experience which shapes their values which then helps make connections that are meaningful and impactful
Mercedes Thorington
01:02:24
In my experiencing- it can be acknowledged that all peoples and communities are impacted and effected by historical trauma. The recognition and awareness of that in all encounters and work to support others will be better more effective when we hold that truth.
Sabryna Rivera
01:02:28
TED talk on cultural humility. Very useful resourcehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ww_ml21L7Ns
Miranda Graul
01:02:29
Thank you Mary!! "THEIR CULTURAL VIEW OF HEALTH"
Mary Parrish
01:03:07
<3 @miranda
Quianda Harris
01:03:32
@Erin, sounds like you are trying to "make" your clients do something rather than meeting them where they are and working on what it is the client hopes to accomplish.
Malik Cooper
01:03:56
Got it! I see. If thats the case, then I love the concept (cultural humility) as a perspective and a practice…
Cherline Gene
01:03:57
I think everything is on a spectrum because there are people out there who are trying to let go of cultural things that are no longer serving them well whether because of personal growth or geographical difference...how do you support someone like that navigate?
Gayle Zepeda
01:04:04
Cultural humility is the life long process of self-reflection and self-critique; acknowledging what we don't know; understanding historical trauma; looking at our own beliefs and values; identities
Kaitlynn Wilkinson
01:04:08
I have used this starter kit to help me check-in with myself and to have a self-care plan in place to help me both maintain and in emergencies: https://socialwork.buffalo.edu/resources/self-care-starter-kit.html
Erin Combs
01:04:17
maybe, Quianda. I will certainly put some more thought into that...
Alisha Fletcher
01:04:30
Erin, I totally relate to what you're describing. For myself and my community as well as folks I've worked with, part of that resistance to "imagining a better life" comes from trying to get that before and failing or feeling like failing or never seeing an example of better in your family or community. There's so much comfort in continuing the life you're familiar with and a TON of discomfort in reaching for something else. I also have to practice recognizing that my idea of a better life might not align with this person's definition of a better life. When working through that idea with a client, I find that it's really important to ask thing like "what opportunities do you wish you would have had" or "what do you see others have that you wish you had and how can we get there?". It's easier to look outward and find examples of what you want than it is sometimes to imagine that for yourself.
Bonnie Richardson
01:04:30
@Erin, is there an opportunity to hire a community health worker to assist with bridging the gaps in trust with your clients?
Quianda Harris
01:04:40
@Erin, I understand what you're saying and believe you want better for your "folks." At the same time, the people you serve may not be in a place to receive EVERYTHING in a short period of time
Bonnie Richardson
01:04:44
Hiring from within the communities.
Cherline Gene
01:05:07
Because racism was a very culturally accepted practice in USA but now people for the most part are realizing the ways in no longer serves the country...
Erin Combs
01:05:17
Bonnie, people in my community don't generally have an appropriate education.
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01:05:20
https://www.studentaffairs.pitt.edu/cc/resources/racial-trauma-self-care-resources/
SARA LEDESMA
01:05:45
Thank you for the resources
Charles Cofer
01:05:49
Cherline except here in the south
Ashley Fuentes
01:06:07
Amazing conversation and engagement. Thank you, and thank you for the resources!
Mary Parrish
01:06:11
this came up for us recently, @bonnie - we need to make sure our organization feels *safe* for more diverse hires to even consider wanting to work with us, too. this gets to the safe space that Dr. referenced. it's a chicken/egg conundrum, both need to happen
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
01:06:13
Wado(Ty) Very much for the resources and conversations.
Miranda Graul
01:06:32
The White Supremacy view of "health" is perfection, urgency, one right way, individualism. That is endemic in our society and we don't understand that it isn't for everyone and can be harmful to folks who have experienced trauma.
Jill Granger
01:07:08
yes miranda!!!
Walter Bailey
01:07:09
Yes Terence Yes!
Thelma Horton
01:07:14
@Miranda Graul great observation
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
01:07:16
Better to be straightforward and in denial.
Katerina Pogosov
01:07:19
100% Dr. Fitzgerald
Alex Baer
01:07:28
I like that.
Mary Parrish
01:07:42
@erin, ""appropriate" education" is a judgment/values-based assessment/assumption. there are many kinds of 'education'.
Bonnie Richardson
01:07:47
^^^
Yosheika Stringer
01:07:55
around and around....
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
01:07:55
better to be straightforward than in denial
KANDYCE OUTLAW
01:08:04
truth!
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
01:08:08
sorry for the typo before
Charles Cofer
01:08:09
Thank you Miranda
Katerina Pogosov
01:08:11
speak it Dr.!
Katey Parsons
01:08:15
Is anyone keeping up with all the resources being shared? Is there a way we can get them all in a document that can be shared after the webinar?
Thelma Horton
01:08:18
Very true fact Dr. Fitzgerald
Yosheika Stringer
01:08:25
so true..... Hop aboard. or get off
Tammy Lafey
01:08:26
Yes!!
Mercedes Thorington
01:08:26
thank you for this honest and valuable discussion.
Shawna Canaga
01:08:28
It's hard to know where to start when the organization perpetuates performative DEI over and over... but Actively Resists doing DEE work. We will never feel safe :(
Walter Bailey
01:08:31
I needed to hear this today Dr. Fitzgerald!
Bonnie Richardson
01:08:33
The chat is not set up so we can save the info shared.
Melanie Williams
01:08:36
Excellent point! Dr. Fitzgerald
Kandis Draw
01:08:53
Well said
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
01:08:55
AGREED on Accountability!!!
Gayle Zepeda
01:08:57
Speak truth to power
Alex Baer
01:08:59
@Gabriella ironically I read your first version and processed it like the second one ('better straightforward than in denial')
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01:09:02
All resources will be shared on our SJLA webpage within 48 hours of the webinar https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/event/historical-intergenerational-trauma-and-resiliency/
connie hubbard
01:09:02
So important and challenging
Dina Stuhl
01:09:59
Thank you for the sharing of the resources. I've been trying to keep track and this will be really helpful.
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
01:09:59
Thank you Alex
Bonnie Richardson
01:10:12
Call them in :)
Laura Schefke
01:10:27
Call it out
Destiny Henry
01:10:48
the burnout is real. but yes the callin them into the conversation to learn and do better.
Walter Bailey
01:10:51
Holding folks Accountable! Staying strong even when you might not have all the support you need. Calling organizations out. I totally agree Dr. Fitzgerald!
KANDYCE OUTLAW
01:10:51
call them out to call them in bonnie ;)
Leidy Montoya
01:10:55
https://www.studentaffairs.pitt.edu/cc/resources/racial-trauma-self-care-resources/https://socialwork.buffalo.edu/resources/self-care-starter-kit.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ww_ml21L7Nshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaSHLbS1V4w&t=377shttps://icmglt.org/intergenerational-assessment-tools/https://www.racialequityalliance.org/tools-resources/https://boardingschoolhealing.org/https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2018/10/trauma-inherited-generations/573055/
Kellie Kelley
01:10:56
We're seeing this in college athletics with no one being held accountable
Miranda Graul
01:11:15
Important to understand what White Supremacy Culture is so we can fight it!! https://overcomingracism.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/HANDOUT-SHARED-Characteristics-of-White-Supremacy-Culture-original-1.pdf
Amira Caluya
01:11:26
I like this idea of not accepting interns from SSWs that haven't make a strategic plan for DEI in their department
Beverly Griffin
01:11:31
Agreed
Rosalyn Logan
01:11:34
Spot on Dr. Fitzgerald same view in other professions Police Officers, Nurses, Policy Makers.
Margarita Tarkanova
01:11:40
Thank you, Dr.Fitzgerald
Gayle Zepeda
01:11:41
Thank you Dr. Fitzgerald.
Alex Baer
01:11:43
Thank you :)
Destiny Henry
01:11:45
yes thank you so much
Mara Robles
01:11:49
Thank you!!
Kelcie Metz
01:11:49
Thank you!
Jamie Savage
01:11:50
Thank-you!
Elizabeth Ralston
01:11:50
Thank you, Dr. Fitzgerald!
KANDYCE OUTLAW
01:11:51
thank you for speaking frank, Doc!!
Ashley Fuentes
01:11:51
Thank you!!
Jill Granger
01:11:53
"Our ancestors had healers before colonization brought us therapists." -mtoliver_lcsw
Valente Morales
01:11:54
Thank You
Bonnie Richardson
01:11:55
We are all forced to participate in a capitalist system that requires inequality in all things.
SARA LEDESMA
01:11:55
Agree its time to be transparet
Amira Caluya
01:11:55
Salamat Dr Fitzgerald
Auburn Watersong
01:11:57
Thank you so much!
Laura Schefke
01:11:58
Thank you
Malik Cooper
01:12:00
This was great. Thanks you.
Walter Bailey
01:12:01
Thank you Dr. Fitzgerald!
Stephen Saccenti
01:12:02
Thank you!!!
Sadigoh Galloway
01:12:02
Thank you- awesome presentation
Cierra McDonald
01:12:02
Thank you Dr. Fitzgerald, this wad VERY informative!
Brady Sowers
01:12:03
Thank you
Hope Finkelstein
01:12:05
really appreciate this conversation
Shannon Jones
01:12:05
Thank You!
Deborah Nevarez-Vivolo
01:12:06
Thank you!
Yosheika Stringer
01:12:08
Thank you! Great presentation.
Julie Johnson
01:12:09
Thanks to Everyone!! ✌️
Mary G Hardiman
01:12:13
Thank you, Dr. Fitzgerald! Thank you all!
David Warner
01:12:13
Thank you all very much for all your information and discussion.
Lynn Spomer
01:12:13
thank you!
Muriel Kramer
01:12:14
Thank you all so much
Mary Parrish
01:12:15
@bonnie!! yes - I HATE CAPITALISM
Thelma Horton
01:12:16
Thank you for this candid discussion today!
Talie Wilson
01:12:20
Thank you Dr. Fitzgerald!
Karyn Finn
01:12:25
Thank you!
Courtney Krieger
01:12:27
Thank you Dr. Fitzgerald!
Dina Stuhl
01:12:30
Bless you all for this important work and discussion
Kellee Hawkins Coleman, LMSW, Psy.D, CCHP
01:12:40
Thank you Dr. Fitzgerald!
Sabrina Ellison
01:12:42
Thank you Dr. Fitzgerald!
ANGELE MOSS-BAKER
01:12:44
Contact info for Dr Fitzgerald?
Vickie Smith
01:12:46
Thank you!
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
01:12:46
WADO (TY)
Sarah King
01:12:48
Thank you for this frank discussion
Marcy Bitner
01:12:52
Thank you, Dr. Fitzgerald.
Shamika Howard
01:12:52
Thank you so much Dr. Fitzgerald and training team! This has been very informative!
Charles Cofer
01:12:53
Thank you
Damion Perkins
01:12:53
THANK YOU FOR THIS IMPORTANT CONVERSATION
Karyleen Irizarry
01:12:54
Thank you, it was very interesting.
Carol Bennett-Barker
01:12:57
Many thanks.
Tamika Nash
01:12:58
Thank you.
Karen Kiley
01:12:59
Thank you all so much.
Rachel Johnson
01:12:59
Thank you both!
Pamela Shakir
01:13:02
Thank you
Christine Gist
01:13:03
Thank you!
Hilary Franco
01:13:04
Thank you so much!
Carissa Mattli
01:13:08
Thank you!
Lara McKinnis
01:13:09
Thank you so much Dr. Fitzgerald and for wonderful Facilitation!
David Williams
01:13:09
Many Thanks!
Angela Samboy
01:13:10
Thank you!
Allyson Coleman
01:13:10
Thank you Dr. Fitzgerald for a mic drop, truth tellin' conversation!
Lenora Bridges
01:13:20
Thank you
Wendy Hunt
01:13:23
Thank you!
Sam Castro
01:13:27
Amazing! love this thank you
Princess Thorpe
01:13:30
Thanks everyone
Gabriella "Running Rabbit" Logan-Torres
01:13:41
I'd To connect with Fitzgerald
Kellie Kelley
01:13:41
Will we have access to the recording or transcript?
National Council for Mental Wellbeing PIC 1
01:13:59
Yes, recording will be sent out in the follow up email :)
Beverly Griffin
01:14:02
Thank you Dr. Fitzgerald. I enjoyed this discussion.
Allyson Coleman
01:14:02
And hope you feel better soon! Highest good, peace and well-being...
April Bullock
01:14:02
Great webinar, valuable information!
Olivia Ceballes
01:14:03
Who do we reach out to to get email verification for attendance?
Tammy Lafey
01:14:12
Thank you so much!!
Kellie Kelley
01:14:22
Thank you for this discussion!
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01:14:29
SJLA@thenationalcouncil.org for attendance verification
Olivia Ceballes
01:14:40
thank you!
Cheryl Williams
01:14:49
Thank you!
Lindsay Keeling
01:14:51
thank you!
Jennifer Hardman Clark
01:14:56
Thank you!
Oryan Ayers
01:14:56
Thank you!
La'Tonya Winfrey-Walls
01:15:00
Thank you. This was great!
D. Chenise Wiley
01:15:04
Thank you
SARA LEDESMA
01:15:05
Thank you take care