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WEBINAR: Antiracist and Trauma-Informed: Enhancing Social and Emotional Learning to Build Resilience

January 26th, 2024, Noon-1 PM CST

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Presented by Sara Kotzin, LCSW, DSW

Social workers play a vital role in addressing children’s social and emotional reactions to trauma.
We can facilitate trauma-informed, antiracist interventions in our work with children and with
adults, to ensure we are building safe environments essential for healthy development. This
presentation will illustrate the need for an intersectional approach to social and emotional
teaching that actively addresses racism and trauma. It will introduce elements of The Body’s
Story, a play-based classroom intervention developed by the presenter, that centers somatic
awareness in teachings of emotions and integrates play and storytelling with a goal of enhancing
internal and external resilience.
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Cost
Member - $35
Menter - Student or Retired - $20
Non-Member - $35

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