How can we re-imagine our work with young people and their communities to provide a healing-centered practice that fosters possibility and advances holistic and collective wellbeing?

  • How can we re-imagine our work with young people and their communities to provide a healing-centered practice that fosters possibility and advances holistic and collective wellbeing?

  • Cyril Cromwell

    Member
    March 11, 2021 at 9:31 am

    Hi everyone!

    Here is the 📹recording of the February “Teach-in” by Dr. Shawn Ginwright on Healing-Centered Youth Engagement

    This was a great event with insightful information and artistic performances.

    For more information visit the YouthREX Knowledge Hub link below. 🙂

    From Trauma-Informed Care to Healing-Centered Engagement: A Youth Work Teach-In with Dr. Shawn Ginwright

    • Jane

      Member
      August 22, 2021 at 1:39 pm

      WOW ! Dr Shawn Ginwright’s session of “From Trauma-informed Care to Healing Centered Engagement ” was a totally excellent, dynamic and informative session !The life affirming approach of focusing on an individual’s assets, …what’s right with me rather than what’s wrong with me, is refreshingly forward thinking. I believe it’s a more self inclusive healing approach. I love the words from one of the imprisoned individuals…paraphrased, ‘ I am more than my worst thing ‘. Thank you for this well prepared ,tool- building “teach -In ” session !

      • Kathe Rogers

        Member
        August 25, 2021 at 2:26 pm

        Thank you for sharing, Jane — that reframing really resonated for me, too!

  • REX Virtual Cafe

    Organizer
    February 10, 2021 at 1:14 pm

    How can we re-imagine our work with young people and their communities from a trauma-informed approach that only focuses on individual harm and injury to a healing-centered practice that fosters possibility and advances holistic and collective wellbeing?

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