We would like to share an amazing opportunity....
Unravel Trauma Sensitivity
a strengths-based and trauma-informed learning community for leaders and direct services providers across nonprofit, education, government, and private sectors
September 11, 2020
April 10, 2020 October 9, 2020
May 8, 2020 November 13, 2020
June 12, 2020 December 11 ,2020
July 10, 2020 January 8, 2021
August 14, 2020 February 12, 2021
March 12, 2021
This learning community is for anyone who
· Works with children, youth, and families or in any human services or social justice field
· Wants to learn new practices to apply in their jobs
· Learns well with peers in a supported and safe space
· Seeks to apply learning to their work, with the guidance of facilitators and support of a peer network
· Is looking for professional development opportunities in the fields of trauma-informed care, historical trauma, diversity, and strengths-based movements
· Self-discovery. Knowing ourselves to be grounded in the work that we do
· Trauma Informed Care and Healing.Understanding trauma, historical trauma, and ACES.
· Vicarious Trauma and Self Care.
· Youth Development, Youth Engagement.Learning about brain development and
· Contemporary diagnoses.Finding strategies for ADHD, PTSD, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, including an exploration of gender-related behaviors and impacts for diagnoses
· Ethics.when working with opportunity youth
· Diversity and Oppression.Understanding dynamics of diversity, power, privilege.
· Strengths Based Program Delivery.Building on our assets, using growth models and mindsets.
· Behavioral Management and Communication.Practicing approaches
Each session will include guest speaker presentations, application of learning with trained facilitators, and peer learning.
Chelsie is the current Executive Director of Maui Hui Malama has 20 years of experience in direct service delivery, management, and administration with a variety of populations from sexual assault, foster care, orphan and destitute, special needs, domestic violence, and high risk youth. As the host Chelsie shares the resources that have helped her over the years to provide services that have high impact of delivery.
Chelsie has her B.A. from University of Hawaii at Hilo in Psychology and her M.A. in Human Services specializing in Marriage and Families with Liberty University.
Shelly has been a Social Worker for 18 years working with Native Hawaiian children and families in Hawaiʻi. She has her B.A. in Child Development from Point Loma Nazarene University and her M.S.W from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Her areas of concentration are with youth, grief & loss and cultural practices such as Hoʻoponopono.In 2016, she obtained her EdD from the University of Southern California. This has expanded her knowledge in Leadership and Research & Evaluation.
Kanoe Enos, MSW
Kanoe has been a Social Worker for the past 10 years. Kanoe has worked with numerous populations, including Native Hawaiian children, survivors of domestic violence, individuals suffering from mental illness and incarcerated youth, to name a few. Kanoe also lectures on the field of Social Work at a community college on Oahu. Kanoe currently focuses on Mezzo and Macro level “systems” work in order to promote a more equitable environment and “change the odds” for Hawaii’s most vulnerable residents. Kanoe has his B.A in Hawaiian Studies and his Masters degree from the Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work at the University of Hawaii Mānoa.
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