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Upcoming Hope Forums via Kids at Hope

Kids at Hope, in partnership with Arizona State University's Center for the Advanced Study and Practice of Hope, is keeping hope at the forefront of our minds with their Hope Forums - the next two coming up on April 1st and 8th! On April 1st, founder Rick Miller will be joined by: Special Guest: Erin Gruwell , an American teacher known for her unique teaching method, which led to the publication of New York Times bestselling book, The Freedom Writers Diary: How a Teacher and 150 Teens Used...

Resilience tips for today's environment

I came across this graphic I had used for a Child Care Providers training. It made me think of families looking for tips while in "shelter in place". For Claim my calm , a parent's ability to remain calm is important for children to see modeled. "Serve and return" in action! Find my safe zone in my mind is having structure and routines in place. Our card speaks to this (and by the way, read books together as part of the routine!). Name my feelings helps us calm our emotions, or name it to...

"Distance" connecting

With every risk factor or adversity we face, the best response is one based on protective factors - ways to buffer the storm. No question, the coronavirus and its implications are significant. But how do we support staying safe and connected when social distancing and other recommendations take us away from direct relationships? When the Community Resilience Initiative was created, it offered the benefits of protective factors to the risk factors identified as Adverse Childhood Experiences.

The Peace Bus

Times in our community have been challenging and traumatic recently. Shining a light on how we can come together and support one another is vital during this time, and is just what Kwabi Amoah-Forson is doing with The Peace Bus. This is incredible work and reflects the importance of connectivity at this time. Please consider supporting the work Kwabi is doing, and share with others to spread the word! Per his recent Facebook post: "Fear, division, and safety have been the reoccuring themes...

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CRI Trauma-Informed Training for Trainers Course 1 Webinar - 4 part Course

Trauma-Informed Training for Trainers is a course that prepares individuals to conduct CRI’s Trauma-Informed Certification Program, Course 1 in his or her organization or agency. Attendee must have taken CRI’s Trauma-Informed Certification Course 1 as a prerequisite for this course.

This online 4 Part [3 hours per part] Course will be held via Zoom on 4 Consecutive Thursdays. August 29th, September 5, September 12, and September 19th, 2019.  7:00am to 10:00am (PST) each day.

Attendees will learn to deliver material consistent with relevant research. They will receive training tips to present everything from the N.E.A.R. Sciences, Brain States, and CRI’s signature R.O.L.E.S. Training; a research-based approach to responding to trauma. This acclaimed training for trainers also introduces individuals to ECTcellence, a trauma-informed instructional framework to effectively and efficiently facilitate the learning process.  

Only 20 tickets available for this training!

Cost: $400 per person and includes 12 hours of dynamic training 

Please note that this training takes place on August 8 & 22, 2019 from 7am - 10am (PST) for 12 hours of training. You must attend all 4 parts of the training to complete the course. Information is not repeated.

Full Information & Tickets Here
 

September In Person Trainings

Introducing CRI's Trauma-Informed Care Training BOOT CAMP! An exciting week [September 23-26, 2019] of CRI training including Course 1, Course 2 and Course 3. Participants can attend a single course or sign up for all three. The Courses will be conducted in order starting with Course 1 on Monday, Course 2 on Tuesday and Course 3 on Wednesday and Thursday. There are limited number of tickets for each course, so register for you ticket now.

IMPORTANT: Course 1 is a prerequisite for Courses 2 and/or 3.

Boot Camp Details

September 23-26, 2019

Location: Red Lion Hotel in Pasco, Washington

Light breakfast and lunch will be served.

Registration each morning at 8:30am Courses start at 9:00am and end at 4:00pm each day

Course 1 begins Monday September 23, 2019 with registration at 8:30am, and course running 9am-4pm

Course 2 begins Tuesday September 24, 2019 with registration at 8:30am, and course running 9am-4pm

Course 3 begins Wednesday September 25, 2019 with registration at 8:30am, and sessions running 9am-4pm and continues on Thursday September 26, 2019 9am-4pm

BOOT CAMP Information & Tickets Here
 
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