Empowering Latinx physicians, medical professionals and medical students through education, advocacy & health policy to support their efforts to eliminate health disparity, promote and optimize health and the quality of life for Latinx in California.
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Neuroscience of Trauma
January 5, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) have lasting emotional and health consequences for children that can last into adulthood. The Trauma-Informed School creates an atmosphere of emotional and physical safety that mitigates the effects of ACEs. The Relationship Foundation introduces the Trauma-Informed approach, focusing on Relationship Education as an essential component of building resilience. These skills and knowledge can be applied in the family, the workplace, in schools, and in other applications.
When something happens in our outer world that has a strong emotional charge, the brain takes a snapshot of it, which is called a memory. In neuroscience, there is a process when neurons that fire together wire together creating new neural pathways. There is also a process called pruning, which results in the uncoupling of established neural connections. In this webinar, we will do a simple practice that can prune neural connections that are in the way of care, kindness, and compassion.
Neurons are nerve cells that are electrically charged, and you will get a delightful jolt out of seeing the power of listening, really listening.
Join us for this webinar and learn more.
The mission of TRF is to introduce respectful communication skills by introducing the fundamentals of Nonviolent Communication, which can empower individuals to articulate their needs and feelings without blame and judgment, and to listen empathically. This work allows individuals to thrive and improve their behavioral, academic, and life outcomes. We envision a nationwide movement that establishes relationship education as a core component of the learning process, creating a climate of empathic human connection. Through our work, we introduce a communication skillset so that organizations and schools can thrive and flourish, and where students (and adults) feel safe and the school to prison pipeline can diminish.
The “Donate to Attend” ticket option allows you to donate to our work and is guaranteed entry into the live Zoom event, where you can ask questions and participate in the Q&A after the presentation. We can send you a tax receipt for your donation.
“General Admission” tickets are free and are also allowed into the live Zoom event if there are available seats, but if there are not, those guests will watch the live YouTube stream.
ZOOM LINK/STREAMING LINK WILL BE SENT THE DAY OF THE EVENT
This free webinar is part of a series that covers subjects like:
- Intro to ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Study
- The Trauma-Informed Approach
- ACEs & Racism
- NVC Parenting & the Family
- NVC & Neuroscience
- NVC & Health Care Workers
- ACEs & Prisons Pt. 2
- AND MORE