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How to respond to harassment for people experiencing anti-Asian/American harassment training
Topic: How to respond to harassment for people experiencing anti-Asian/American harassment training
 
Hosted By: Hollaback!
 
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 7:00 AM ChST
 
Description: During this one-hour, interactive training, participants will learn Hollaback!'s methodology for responding to harassment: 1) Trust your instincts, 2) Reclaim Your Space, and 3) Practice Resilience. Participants will learn how their identities shape their experiences of harassment and the impact that harassment has on the participant and the community as a whole. This webinar will discuss what to look for when assessing individual safety, and how to determine if responding in the moment is the right action or not. This webinar will also discuss how to build resilience on an individual, interpersonal, organizational, community, and societal front. This webinar will provide tools on how to respond to harassment, whether your response is in the moment while the harassment is happening or long-term.  

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PS MHTCC Event: Peace from Anxiety Learning Series: Session 2 - Understanding Your Own Psychology: Self-Awareness for Empowerment and Radical Empathy

Topic: PS MHTCC Event: Peace from Anxiety Learning Series: Session 2 - Understanding Your Own Psychology: Self-Awareness for Empowerment and Radical Empathy

Hosted By: Pacific Southwest (HSS Region 9): Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network

Date: Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Time: 9:15 AM ChST

Description: "Anxiety impacts us and is rooted in many layers of our being: it is physical, psychological, relational and existential. In this series of informational and experiential workshops for school and the general mental health workforce, Hala Khouri, author, facilitator, and practitioner, will offer a physiological and socio-political framework for anxiety and trauma to support us as we enter a new year. In this series, Hala will share tools and practices to transform our stress and anxiety and build capacity and resilience.
This learning series will address and explore:
1. Building a culture at work (and home) that values well-being
2. Having tools to manage and release stress and anxiety
3. Feeling less overwhelmed and more grounded and inspired
4. Cultivating relationships that are healthy and connected
5. Engaging with the world in a way that reflects your values
6. Building capacity and resilience
7. Self-care and collective care for caretakers
8. Finding joy amidst the chaos"

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