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WEBINARS on cross-cultural communication, ACEs, addiction, compassion fatigue, poverty, and child maltreatment

Building Skills for Cross Cultural Communication Part 2 on 9/23 (Part 1 is available any time here ) 3-4:30pm on Wednesday, September 23 Cultural competence is essential to achieve patient-centered or client-centered care. This workshop from the Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network will continue the work of enhancing skills and knowledge to work more effectively in a multicultural setting. Participants will explore stereotypes and enhance skills for interrupting bias. Sometimes...

WEBINAR: Parental ACEs and Pediatrics: Transforming Well Care on 9/17

12-1pm on September 17 Registration for the CALIFORNIA ACES ACADEMY- Second Free Live Webinar with Free CME/CE is now available. Dr. RJ Gillespie will present Parental ACEs and Pediatrics: Transforming Well Care. This is a supplemental training. For Aces Aware Medi-Cal certification visit ACEsAware.org . Please see the attachment for more information

WEBINARS on sexual assault, stress, and structural racism

Web Conference Series: “Seeing Survivors in Familiar Spaces: Building Sexual Assault Awareness for Everyone” in September These web conferences are designed for community based organizations (i.e. schools, faith based, recovery programs, etc.) seeking to build their capacity to address sexual assault among their service populations, and who want to work more collaboratively with their local sexual assault agencies. 9/15, 10-11am: It Impacts Us All: Sexual Assault 101 9/16, 10-11am: Children...

CCCAOE Conference Sept 30-Oct 2 info

It's the CA Community College Assoc for Occupation Education conference! Keynote Speaker, Susan Jones of Creative Behavior Systems The impact of ACEs on children can manifest in difficulties focusing, self-regulating, trusting others, and can lead to negative cognitive effects. One study found that a child with 4 or more ACEs was 32 times more likely to be labeled with a behavioral or cognitive problem than a child with no ACEs. CCCAOE is looking for ways to educate participants about ACEs...

MOSAIC annual fundraiser

MOSAIC Children’s Museum is continuing to reach out to the children in and around Yolo County. Despite the current pandemic challenges, our vision remains the same. We believe that children are STILL the best investment in our futures. We are continuing to provide hands-on educational activities using social media sites and other COVID-SAFE methods. MOSAIC is hosting our 3rd ANNUAL WINE GRAB fundraiser a little differently this year (COVID Style!). We will be hosting a DRIVE-BY Wine &...

COVID-19 grief and loss; ACEs Sciences Film Festival

Responding to COVID-19 Grief, Loss, and Bereavement This website from Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network (MHTTC) has multiple resources for mental health and school mental health professionals to help patients manage grief, loss, and bereavement especially in the types of situations seen during this pandemic. Resources include: Grief Sensitivity Virtual Learning Institute to support the mental health and school mental health workforce in development and enhancing grief...

WEBINARS on trauma-informed care, resilience, self-care, equity, ACEs, child health, etc.

Strategies 2.0 Webinars in September September is your last-chance for Strategies 2.0 Trainings! All instructor-led trainings will take place online. Enroll here , and check out our eLearning classes! Trauma-Informed Care: Sept. 3, 2020 Facilitating Change Talk: Sept. 9, 2020 Culturally Proficient Professional: Sept. 10, 2020 & Sept. 16, 2020 Parental Resilience: Sept. 11, 2020 Trauma-Informed Care: Spanish Discussion: Sept. 14, 2020 Self-Care: Sept. 16, 2020 Case Management 101: Sept.

WEBINARS on children’s social needs and the Power of Play

Is My Child Missing Out? Re-imagining the social needs of young children on 9/10 9am-10 on September 10 Join esteemed UCSF professor Alicia Lieberman, PhD (author of The Emotional Life of the Toddler) in conversation with SAMHSA Infancy and Early Childhood Mental Health project co-director Barbara Ivins, PhD as they delve into the question of what our youngest children need right now, and how we can together to handle the challenges of shelter in place. To learn more, visit here . To...

RESOURCES related to Fires and Restorative Justice book discussion

Current Fire Map , Evacuation Points, and Shelters Getting help: If you sustained losses from the Northern California fires in Lake, Monterey, Napa, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma, or Yolo Counties, you can now apply for assistance. o To begin the process: 1) Apply online with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) at www.disasterassistance.gov OR 2) Call 800-621-FEMA (3362) or 800-462-7585 (TTY). Please see the attachment for more information about evacuation points and...

WEBINAR: Advancing a Family-Centered Community Health System: A Community Agenda Focused on Child Health Care, Foundational Relationships, and Equity

10am on September 22 Join The Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) for the web release of CSSP’s white paper on “Advancing a Family-Centered Community Health System: A Community Agenda Focused on Child Health Care, Foundational Relationships, and Equity.” This webinar will discuss the elements of the family-centered community health system (FCCHS), that when adopted and coordinated, can drive transformation at the system, community, and policy levels and bring forward commentaries...

WEBINARS on babies, Supporting Families with Young Children, ACEs, and policy

The State of California’s Babies on 8/25 10am on August 25 Join ZERO TO THREE, Early Childhood Orange County, and the First 5 Center for Children’s Policy on August 25 at 10 am PT for a discussion on the state of babies in California. Register to learn from national and California state and local leaders about how you can use state data to make the case for babies and inform policy and systems change efforts. Supporting Families with Young Children on 8/26 11am-12 on August 26 Reaching...

Therapeutic Parenting - Children from Difficult Beginnings on 9/16 and 9/18

Join Foster and Kinship Care Education to deepen your understanding of challenging behaviors demonstrated by children who have experienced abuse and neglect in their early life. We will examine the variety of mental health problems presented by children in care, and the need to tailor responses to be helpful on an individual level. The presenter will be Ce Eshelman, LMFT, Attachment Specialist and Founder of The Attach Place Center for Strengthening Relationships. Please register in advance.

WEBINARS and COMMUNITY LISTENING SESSION on ACEs, COVID, shaken baby syndrome/abusive head trauma

The Catalyst Center Presents: Community Listening Session #1 Around Addressing ACEs on 8/26 10am on August 26 The Catalyst will be embarking on a yearlong systems change and engagement initiative, in close collaboration with the National Council for Behavioral Health, working to raise the capacity of providers and the agencies that structure their supports to Advance Trauma-Informed Communities. The Catalyst is a proud partner and grant recipient of the ACEs Aware Initiative. In the month of...

TRAININGS for Medi-Cal providers and others from California ACEs Academy (CAA)

California ACEs Academy (CAA), funded by ACEs Aware , is providing free online training to Medi-Cal providers and others featuring: Practical strategies for integrating trauma-informed health care into your team’s practice that improves patients’ well-being and the productivity of your practice. Meet colleagues with experience and success providing trauma-informed health care in their practices. Learn from national and local experts. Talk to other professionals from your region in small...

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