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RIDES Webinar: The Race Back to School: Trauma-Informed Care for Uncertain Times - Shared screen with speaker view
Candice Bocala
26:22
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GINA CAMPANELLA
26:26
New York
Dr. Ricia Weiner
26:29
Washington DC
Brandi Cane
26:33
New york
Molly McCobb
26:34
San Francisco.
Alexandria Phillips
26:35
Troy, NY
Jessica Kingsley
26:35
Arlington, VA
Ann Matthews
26:37
Boston
Kelly Molloy
26:40
NYC here!
Aracely Rodriguez -Perez
26:41
Buffalo, New York
Kaitlyn Jaime
26:41
NYC
Michelle Burris
26:43
Michelle Burris - Maryland, caring and nurturing Black students
Kimberley Cambridge
26:43
New York
Jill Kluesner
26:44
Iowa
Leonard Cruz
26:45
Essen, Germany! Amazing talk!
Mary Terziani
26:52
Rochester, NY
Marissa Guijarro
26:56
Marissa Guijarro, New York (Hudson Valley) and NYSACAC President
Raul Ortega
26:58
Williamsburg, VA.
JHernandez
27:04
Rochester NY Action for a Better Community
Lisseth London
27:04
Tennessee
Hannah Johnson
27:14
So Excited to be here! Queens, NY. I hope that this informs my work with Relationship Abuse Prevention in my high school.
GINA CAMPANELLA
27:23
New intern at a Public high school working with kids for the first time.
Dia Bryant
35:45
resisting
Dr. Lacey Rosenbaum
36:09
The 4R is Resisting re-traumatizing the child or the child’s family
Candice Bocala
37:15
Can we share all of the Rs in the chat? they only can see the 4th one.
Dia Bryant
37:48
1.) Realize what trauma is (anything that scares us, threatens our sense ofsecurity, makes us feel in danger- it could be experiencing violence in the home,a hurricane, racism- or it could be witnessing a traumatic event- seeing a violentvideo on social media- it could be historical trauma ). It is important to note that--what is traumatic for me -may not be for you and vice versa.
Dia Bryant
37:58
2.) Recognize that reactions to trauma can vary –for one child they mayexperience the loss of a loved one—grieve and move on. For others that losscould cause serious traumatic stress which can overwhelm their ability to cope.When this happens, it can impact brain development, children’s dailyfunctioning, we can see increased anxiety, depression, difficulty withrelationships--- and really important for our conversation today—difficulty withschool and learning.
Dia Bryant
38:10
3.) Responding to signs of trauma without judgement—being empathetic- andcurious about what has happened to that young person or what they arecurrently going through as opposed to asking what is wrong with the child-- whyare they misbehaving again.
Candice Bocala
38:28
thanks :)
Elizabeth Angeles
38:30
Helpful! Possible to share the link to this video here?
Dia Bryant
38:46
https://vimeo.com/461805390/43e3106729
Mary Terziani
39:21
Great video. Thanks for link.
Candice Bocala
40:52
To learn more about Mental Health First Aid, visit their website: https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/
Candice Bocala
43:01
American Psychological Association's Magination Press: https://www.apa.org/pubs/magination
Molly McCobb
47:35
Regressive behavior is certainly on the uptick with COVID!
Hannah Johnson
51:39
I love that-the importance of how self aware we are and how we are showing up in these interactions.
Leonard Cruz
51:55
What about creating a virtual community with parents of child/teen with teacher/s
Candice Bocala
53:11
Please send in your questions! You can use the chat or the Q&A button at the bottom of the screen.
JHernandez
53:50
Rochester NY is currently helping with the healing of 100's of children and young adults from the mass shooting this passed weekend
Dia Bryant
54:44
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK or texting the Crisis Text Line by texting 'TALK' to 741741.
Dr. Lacey Rosenbaum
57:23
National Crisis Resources• National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) for free 24/7 support. Call 1-888-628-9454 for support in Spanish.• Crisis Text Line: Text “MHFA” to 741741 for free 24/7 crisis counseling.• Lifeline Crisis Chat: Visit crisischat.org to talk online with crisis centers around the United States.• The Trevor Project: Call 866-488-7386 or text “START” to 678678 for mental health support specialized for the LGBTQI community.• Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Disaster Distress Helpline: Call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect with a trained crisis counselor.
Mary Terziani
01:01:02
We work in a community based program and have found our youth need individual sessions or check ins.
Hannah Johnson
01:02:11
yes- encouraging virtual background as well!
Hannah Johnson
01:03:51
Here is another resource on Anti-Racist and Inclusive Online teaching for additional ideas on creating inclusive virtual classrooms. https://www.uwosh.edu/cetl/professional-development/instructional-development-training-online-initiative/facilitating-an-online-class/anti-racist-and-inclusive-online-teaching-during-the-racial-justice-uprisings-and-the-pandemic
Candice Bocala
01:13:05
Please leave us your feedback on this webinar: https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8Igth63OWUg2Eol
JHernandez
01:13:08
thank you
Maggie Brown Read
01:13:12
Thank you!!
GINA CAMPANELLA
01:13:14
thank you!!
Hannah Johnson
01:13:23
Thank you so much this was awesome!! I appreciate all your work and wisdom sharing with us!
Mary Terziani
01:13:35
Thank you!
Cassy Lee
01:13:50
Thank you!
Kaitlyn Jaime
01:13:56
Thank you all!
Leonard Cruz
01:14:09
Thank you!!! So important and timely!!!!