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Hurting and Healing from Raced Based Toxic Stress
1 Cross Cultural
September 24, 2021 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ((GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada))
To identify and explore the many ways black and brown people have been harmed in both explicit and insidious ways. The harm has resulted in generations of psychological, emotional and physiological turmoil. To help mitigate the hurt done, we will investigate healing practices that social workers can implement to help reduce harm, restore and heal black and brown folks in toxic environments.
Identify key terms and definitions related to racism and race based toxic stress
Review the historical, physiological and psychological impact of race based stress
Explore Mind and Body healing practices
Please note that this event will be recorded. By participating in the Q & A portion, you consent to having your questions and comments recorded and to NASW making the recording available on its website and through other media,and you waive any rights you may have related to the recording.
1 Cross Cultural
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