Racism Using a Neurodevelopment Lens ( full- registration now closed) Presented by: Rick Griffin ACES & Resilience Webinar Series: Washington State Essentials for Childhood is launching a five
Racism Using a Neurodevelopment Lens ( full- registration now closed)
Presented by: Rick Griffin
ACES & Resilience Webinar Series: Washington State Essentials for Childhood is launching a five part webinar series as an extension of our ongoing community of practice on ACES, Trauma and Resilience.
This webinar uses discoveries in neuroscience to offer a new way of understanding racism and other forms of discrimination. The course suggests that the key to overcoming racism is looking beneath the behaviors of racisms to its origins in neurodevelopment. Seeing issues like racism as a developmental process allows us to see that only a compassionate and ideology-free attitude toward the racist can help us understand what it is that he or she needs to learn to be more inclusive.
Time and Date: May 22, 2019; 12:00-1:00 pm
Biography: Rick Griffin is the Director of Training and Curriculum Development and a Master Trainer for Community Resilience Initiative (CRI), a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a citizenship conversant in trauma and resilience. Mr. Griffin speaks to thousands of groups from all over the country and is widely recognized for his work in trauma-informed care. Whether he is working with educators, health care professionals, or law enforcement; he is dedicated to helping professionals connect with those in their charge.
Rick uses his passion for neuroscience to develop cutting-edge content and to deliver engaging presentations. He not only educates, but also entertains. Mr. Griffin has developed several outstanding trauma-informed programs and practices including many of CRI’s signature resilience courses. He is currently working on his latest program Resilient Relationships, a program designed to integrate resilience science with the practices of interpersonal relationship building. Amid all this Rick still finds the time for his highest priorities, his faith, his family, and his friends.
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm