Tag: diversity

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(Online) Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for Social and Human Services Training & Workshop

This virtual professional development program, offered by David Patrick, LCSW, of Racial Equity & Justice Firm, is designed to deepen your awareness around diversity, equity and inclusivity within the social and human services fields and increase your ability to implement strategies to make your practice a safer space. This is a solution-focused program, focusing on individual and collaborative education, theory, education, philosophy, and action steps.

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Classroom of students from diverse backgrounds playing musical instruments

(Online) Supporting Students From Diverse Backgrounds – Day 2 of 2

This virtual professional development program, taught by David Patrick and Desiree Vargas of Racial Equity & Justice, is designed to support the culturally responsive practice of school-based student support workers, counselors, social workers, educators, administrators and school psychologists. Participants will learn skills needed to support diverse K–12 students through a trauma-informed or healing-centered lens and engage diverse students and families to meaningfully participate in school communities with practices that foster inclusion and racial justice pathways. Participants will learn how to be more effective social justice agents and learn to implement strategies to develop culturally aware and responsive communities.

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Classroom of students from diverse backgrounds playing musical instruments

(Online) Supporting Students From Diverse Backgrounds – Day 1 of 2

This virtual professional development program, taught by David Patrick and Desiree Vargas of Racial Equity & Justice, is designed to support the culturally responsive practice of school-based student support workers, counselors, social workers, educators, administrators and school psychologists. Participants will learn skills needed to support diverse K–12 students through a trauma-informed or healing-centered lens and engage diverse students and families to meaningfully participate in school communities with practices that foster inclusion and racial justice pathways. Participants will learn how to be more effective social justice agents and learn to implement strategies to develop culturally aware and responsive communities.

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