Oct. 15 Thursday 10-11:30 am
Facilitated by Becky Ennis, SOS Counseling
ACEs and Self-Healing Communities for Policy and Decision Makers
Attend this webinar to learn about an alternative way to engage and work with communities to address some of our most complex problems.
About this Event
Laura Porter of ACE Interface will describe how leaders in the communities she's worked with have utilized an understanding of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) to consider traditional ways of doing business and how to develop new mental models that help restore communities' abilities to choose the solutions that they want and need so they can thrive.
This series of webinars is being provided by St. Joseph Health, Community Health Investment as part of its work to support the understanding of ACEs and the adoption of practices that support efforts that help Sonoma communities become more resilient and compassionate.
For questions, please email: Montserrat.Archila@stjoe.org