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200-hour Yoga Teacher Training 2021: March 13th - September 12th (OG Yoga)

Our specialty yoga school (now virtual) is open for enrollment, emphasizing trauma-sensitive practices, inclusion, and accessibility. Meets two weekends a month: Saturdays and Sundays 10am to 5pm Some people show up to dive into their personal healing, others want to learn how to better serve vulnerable populations in their profession, still more have a passion for sharing healing yoga with the world. No matter why you want to study trauma-informed yoga, this training will equip you with the...

Building a Virtual Restorative Community (one-hour virtual training by SDCOE)

Building a Virtual Restorative Community Presenters: Anthony Ceja, Jen Vermillion and Robert Ruiz San Diego County Office of Education, System of Supports Department * Provide participants with experiential learning via Zoom to increase understanding how to integrate restorative practices strategies into distance learning to help strengthen their virtual restorative classroom and school community.  * Participants will learn easy to implement practices to enhance social emotional learning,...

Showing UP for Sophia: Dear John,

Dear John, Watching Marriage Story on New Year’s Eve was the ending I needed to witness in order to understand our own. Like Charlie and Nicole, we have history, we share a child, and we both want our child to be raised in an environment where she can thrive. While our similarities don’t stop there, the difference in how their ending started inspired me to follow suit. A mediator encouraged them to write a note of positivity to remember why they got married (together) in the first place.

NAMI San Diego's Children, Youth and Family (CYF) Liaison is offering the PFYPP - Principles of Family Youth Professional Partnerships: 1-Hour Online Training,

NAMI San Diego's Children, Youth and Family (CYF) Liaison is offering the PFYPP - Principles of Family Youth Professional Partnerships 1-Hour Online Training with Freshly Updated Content . This impactful training offers information and learning opportunities for individuals with Lived Experience, Youth/Family Support Partners (also called Peer Partners) and their employers working in San Diego's Behavioral Health System of Care. The many benefits Peer Partners accomplish surrounding family...

*Tonier Cain, Keynote Speaker* 2019 San Diego County Wellness & Recovery Summit

From: Judi Holder [ ] Registration is NOW OPEN! 2019 San Diego County Wellness & Recovery Summit Click HERE to register Cost Free Date and Time Wed, March 20, 2019 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM PDT Add to Calendar Location Marina Village Conference Center - Seaside Room 1936 Quivira Way San Diego, CA 92109 View Map The speakers, presentations and success stories will all center around the concepts of advocacy on a personal and/or system level. About this Event San...

Free Screening & Discussion of Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope

“The child may not remember, but the body remembers.” Please join us for a free screening and discussion of Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope. When: Monday, November 5, 2018 Where: Straight from the Heart 851 West San Marcos Boulevard, San Marcos 92078 Time: 6-9pm Resilience is a documentary that takes a deeper look into the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the increased risks for physical and mental health problems in adulthood. Resilience...

FREE Domestic Violence Essentials Training - Mon, Dec 3, 2018 9am-4pm

Sent on behalf of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council Registration Open!! See flyer attached. DV Essentials - Monday, December 3, 2018 Important Notes: Out of consideration for others that want to attend, please do not register if you are not available to attend (i.e. please check your work schedules and make arrangements in advance to attend). We do expect all attendees to stay for the entire training day (9am-4pm). Furthermore, if you have taken the training within the...

October 20th, 2018: Navigating Caregiving for Veterans and Military Families

Greetings, The Caregiver Coalition of San Diego invites you and your loved ones to attend our upcoming conference on October 20 th , 2018. This conference will help you navigate caregiving for veterans and military families. The event will begin at 9:30am. FREE LUNCH and FREE RESPITE provided . This conference will take place at First United Methodist Church San Diego in Mission Valley. To register Call 1-800-827-4277 or go to . For more information see attached flyer.

You're invited to a free screening of the documentary, Resilience!!!

Hi Everyone, Barry Pollard of the Urban Collaborative Project is hosting 1-2 free evening screenings of the documentary Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope during the week of Mon Sep 24 – Sun Sep 30. They are extending the invitation to members of our network who have not yet seen the Resilience film. Please visit the Doodle poll by next Wednesday, 9/19, so that they can determine the best dates for the screening. If you have...

2018 Children Youth and Families (CYFSOC) Conference Presenter Announced!

To view the Conference Registration Form CLICK HERE Visit the BHETA CYF-SOC webpage for additional information. We are pleased to introduce our presenter for our workshop, Educating Students Experiencing Homelessness at this year's CYFSOC Conference: Susanne Terry, MPH Susanne Terry has 25 years of experience in human services and education. She has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California; was the Administrator of Maui County Drug Court; spent 11 years as...

Resilience Screening - please pass along, Monday, 1/29/18 from 3:30pm to 6pm at CSUSM

Please join us for a FREE film screening of the 2016 critically acclaimed documentary, Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope on Monday, January 29, 2018 from 3:30 – 6pm at California State University, San Marcos – University Student Union Ballroom, 2 nd Floor (333 South Twin Oaks Valley Rd., San Marcos 92096). This event is hosted in partnership with The San Diego Foundation and California State University, San Marcos to explore how addressing stress and promoting...

"It Takes a Village Conference" on how to better assist community members who are victims of community violence (Feb 7 & 8)

Please share with your networks. UPAC ACE is hosting “It Takes A Village” conference where presenters will provide trainings to help service providers across all disciplines on how to better assist community members who are victims of community violence. Attached is the flyer for the conference with the registration link inside. presents It Takes a Village Come gain knowledge and skills to support individuals and families who are affected by violence and youth at risk for gang involvement.

kNOw MORE! Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Curriculum (Point Loma Nazarene University, Center for Justice & Reconcilliation)

kNOw MORE! is a student-centered human trafficking awareness and prevention curriculum, for middle school- and high school-aged youth in San Diego County. It is a comprehensive and engaging program based on the latest sex trafficking research in San Diego and developed in collaboration with experts from various sectors. The curriculum was designed to help young people recognize the red flags and vulnerabilities around trafficking and equip them to take action for themselves and their peers.

JULY 24th Webinar: Collaboration and Mutuality: San Jose, CA Mayor’s Office of Prevention of Gang Violence

Monday, July 24, 2017 10:00:00 AM PDT - 11:30:00 AM PDT Collaboration and Mutuality: San Jose, CA Mayor’s Office of Prevention of Gang Violence. This collaborative model successfully developed and implemented will focus on prevention of gang violence and facilitating community healing through effective collaborations with grassroots stakeholders, including the faith based community, gang members, community providers, etc. Mario Maciel, Division Manager Mayor's Gang Prevention Task Force...

Self-Healing Communities []

A comprehensive model of building community capacity in Washington helped make dramatic reductions in rates of health issues and social problems. The Issue In the early 1990’s, Washington state set up a program to tackle issues like domestic violence, school dropouts, youth substance abuse, and others that impact families and children. These are issues that typically had been addressed separately, but the team in Washington focused on addressing them collectively. Key Findings Over 10 to 15...

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