Virtual Conference – The Rise of Resilience: Living Through Trauma and Disruptive Events


MindWise Innovations and Riverside Trauma Center - services of Riverside Community Care invite you to attend our 12th annual virtual conference on building strength and resiliency. Our 2023 event will bring together leaders, employers, health and human service workers, educators, and government officials to discuss how trauma intersects topics such as diversity, equity, productivity, growth, and the humanization of work; while sharing new strategies to help individuals and organizations build resilience and create sustainable models of support and change. Notable speakers such as Preston Mitchum, Director of Advocacy and Government Affairs, The Trevor Project, Dr. Sheretta Butler-Barnes, Associate Professor of Social Work at Washington University, Carmen Rosa Norona, MS. Ed, LICSW, Child Trauma Services & Training Lead, Boston Medical Center, Margaret Blaunstein, Ph.D., Director, Center for Trauma Training, Inc.,, and more, will be talking about: *Roadmap to Resilience: The Critical Role of Strength-Based Assets in the Lives of Black Youth, where our speakers will demonstrate how to use an empowerment and culturally responsive lens in working with Black youth following the COVID 19 pandemic; *Shifting the Lens for Childhood Trauma Treatment: Cultivating Resilience, where our speakers will highlight the ways that stress shapes developmental pathways; reframe the role and function of problematic behaviors; highlight the critical importance of engaging from a stance of strength and empowerment; highlight core developmental capacities [...]


Be Well Black Men Talk Group


Hosted by 11th Street Family Health Services, this is a 7-session series, exploring contemporary topics that shape the norms and unique experiences of Black men. The goal of this group is to support Black men through free-flowing discussion. While also unpacking the many factors that influence overall wellbeing. To join:

Happy Birthday Rosa Parks

Free Library of Philadelphia - Parkway Central Library 1901 Vine St, Philadelphia

Join the School District of Philadelphia with the Free Library & the Center for Black Educator Development for the official kick-off for the Black History Month 2023 by celebrating the birthday of Rosa Parks.

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