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Trauma Informed Care Workshop | A six week virtual series – Thursdays Jan 20 – Feb 24, 2022

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Learn about the principles of trauma-informed care as a paradigm shift for care of self and others; professionally and personally. Understanding how to implement these principles can positively influence your interactions and your ability to support clients and collaborators. Discover how to apply these insights within many professional roles, including health care, education & teachers, community support organizations, and leaders of all kinds.

Potential takeaways and skills explored include:

  • Fostering a positive, nurturing work environment
  • Empower an intentional organizational/company culture
  • Improved morale
  • Enhance collaboration and creativity
  • Contribute to a healthy, resilient sense of well-being in your self, and your groups.

Workshops are 90 minutes in length Thursdays from 6 pm – 7:30 pm

(Jan 20, 27, Feb 3, 10, 17, 24)
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE:  Enter coupon code TIC21 at checkout to receive a 50% discount.

W.O.W. – A Training in Implicit Bias for Health Care – VIRTUAL- NOVEMBER

1024 731 Fred Bueltmann

The W.O.W. Implicit Bias Training is hosted by Red Horse Center for Collaborative Leadership (an organization specializing in diversity, equity and inclusion issues) and The Sundance Center (a MI-recognized/licensed mental health organization.)

The WOW Implicit Bias training is focused on reducing barriers and disparities in access to and delivery of health care services in support of training requirement in the Public Health Code and Michigan’s BPL and LARA

Our WOW trainings are experiential in nature and designed with an empowering mindset to encourage self-reflection, exploration of new ideas and an appreciation for perspectives and ideas beyond our own. We share relevant resources and research while also holding space for conversation, and discovery-fueled growth. We often use a framework of facilitation designed and taught by Arenas for Change (ARCH).

Topics, information covered, discussion and reflection will include:

  • Information on implicit bias, equitable access to health care, serving a diverse  population, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and cultural sensitivity.
  • Strategies to remedy the negative impact of implicit bias by recognizing and understanding how it impacts  perception, judgment, and actions that may result in inequitable decision making, failure to effectively communicate, and  result in barriers and disparities in the access to and delivery of health care services.
  • The historical basis and present consequences of implicit biases based on an individual’s characteristics, and unconscious attribution of certain qualities or characteristics to any social group.

This is a two-part virtual version of this training, taking place November 11th and November 18th  Participants must attend both sessions for a certificate of completion.  There is a single ticket/registration that covers both sessions.

W.O.W. – A Training in Implicit Bias for Health Care – VIRTUAL- NOVEMBER

1024 731 Fred Bueltmann

The W.O.W. Implicit Bias Training is hosted by Red Horse Center for Collaborative Leadership (an organization specializing in diversity, equity and inclusion issues) and The Sundance Center (a MI-recognized/licensed mental health organization.)

The WOW Implicit Bias training is focused on reducing barriers and disparities in access to and delivery of health care services in support of training requirement in the Public Health Code and Michigan’s BPL and LARA

Our WOW trainings are experiential in nature and designed with an empowering mindset to encourage self-reflection, exploration of new ideas and an appreciation for perspectives and ideas beyond our own. We share relevant resources and research while also holding space for conversation, and discovery-fueled growth. We often use a framework of facilitation designed and taught by Arenas for Change (ARCH).

Topics, information covered, discussion and reflection will include:

  • Information on implicit bias, equitable access to health care, serving a diverse  population, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and cultural sensitivity.
  • Strategies to remedy the negative impact of implicit bias by recognizing and understanding how it impacts  perception, judgment, and actions that may result in inequitable decision making, failure to effectively communicate, and  result in barriers and disparities in the access to and delivery of health care services.
  • The historical basis and present consequences of implicit biases based on an individual’s characteristics, and unconscious attribution of certain qualities or characteristics to any social group.

This is a two-part virtual version of this training, taking place November 11th and November 18th  Participants must attend both sessions for a certificate of completion.  There is a single ticket/registration that covers both sessions.

W.O.W. – A Training in Implicit Bias for Health Care

1024 731 Fred Bueltmann

The W.O.W. Implicit Bias Training is hosted by Red Horse Center for Collaborative Leadership (an organization specializing in diversity, equity and inclusion issues) and The Sundance Center (a MI-recognized/licensed mental health organization.)

The WOW Implicit Bias training is focused on reducing barriers and disparities in access to and delivery of health care services in support of training requirement in the Public Health Code and Michigan’s BPL and LARA

Our WOW trainings are experiential in nature and designed with an empowering mindset to encourage self-reflection, exploration of new ideas and an appreciation for perspectives and ideas beyond our own. We share relevant resources and research while also holding space for conversation, and discovery-fueled growth. We often use a framework of facilitation designed and taught by Arenas for Change (ARCH).

Topics, information covered, discussion and reflection will include:

  • Information on implicit bias, equitable access to health care, serving a diverse  population, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and cultural sensitivity.
  • Strategies to remedy the negative impact of implicit bias by recognizing and understanding how it impacts  perception, judgment, and actions that may result in inequitable decision making, failure to effectively communicate, and  result in barriers and disparities in the access to and delivery of health care services.
  • The historical basis and present consequences of implicit biases based on an individual’s characteristics, and unconscious attribution of certain qualities or characteristics to any social group.

 

W.O.W. – A Training in Implicit Bias for Health Care

1024 731 Fred Bueltmann

The W.O.W. Implicit Bias Training is hosted by Red Horse Center for Collaborative Leadership (an organization specializing in diversity, equity and inclusion issues) and The Sundance Center (a MI-recognized/licensed mental health organization.)

The WOW Implicit Bias training is focused on reducing barriers and disparities in access to and delivery of health care services in support of training requirement in the Public Health Code and Michigan’s BPL and LARA

Our WOW trainings are experiential in nature and designed with an empowering mindset to encourage self-reflection, exploration of new ideas and an appreciation for perspectives and ideas beyond our own. We share relevant resources and research while also holding space for conversation, and discovery-fueled growth. We often use a framework of facilitation designed and taught by Arenas for Change (ARCH).

Topics, information covered, discussion and reflection will include:

  • Information on implicit bias, equitable access to health care, serving a diverse  population, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and cultural sensitivity.
  • Strategies to remedy the negative impact of implicit bias by recognizing and understanding how it impacts  perception, judgment, and actions that may result in inequitable decision making, failure to effectively communicate, and  result in barriers and disparities in the access to and delivery of health care services.
  • The historical basis and present consequences of implicit biases based on an individual’s characteristics, and unconscious attribution of certain qualities or characteristics to any social group.