Where Culture, Privilege and Trauma Intersect: Open Seats for December 9, 2015

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This announcement now includes information and RSVP links for the training on racial justice.
 
Please forward this announcement to anyone you think might be interested.  All trainings are no-cost and open to foster parents, kinship care-givers, SFHSA staff, and staff who work for Title IV-E-qualified agencies (FFAs, Group Homes, Probation, Juvenile Justice).
Where Culture, Privilege and Trauma Intersect: Increasing Our Capacity to Engage Clients with Compassion and Honesty – Presented by Macheo Payne
Poetic Medicine: The Healing Language of Creativity for Work with Trauma in Children, Youth and Ourselves
Presented by John Fox

 

Thursday, December 3rd, 9:00am – 5:00pm Info

Wednesday, December 9th, 9:00am – 1:00pm

Info (this is a follow up to Part One on 11/11/15, but new attendees are welcome!)
 
*Please note that any Edgewood training may be canceled if less than six people register. Please make sure you type your email address accurately in your RSVP and that it is an email box that you regularly check so we may notify you if the class is canceled or rescheduled.

Questions about a training? Suggestions on future trainings?  Please contact the Edgewood Center Training Department at trainingdepartment@edgewood.org.