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LEARNING

Webinars & Videos


Culture and Trauma


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National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)

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General


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This section of the NCTSN website provides a series of archived webinars dedicated to a variety of issues at the intersection of culture and trauma in children and adolescents.


LGBTQ Youth: Voices of Trauma, Lives of Promise


Source:

National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)

Audience:

General


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This 13-minute video features five LGBTQ youth who discuss details of their own trauma experiences related to their respective LGBTQ identities, how they gained resilience, and how professionals helped them in this regard.


Historical Trauma Among African Americans, ACEs, and Hope


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Family Resource Information, Education, and Network Development Service (FRIENDS)

Audience:

General


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In this podcast three experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Child Traumatic Stress Center, NC State University, and a local Head Start Program provide evidenced-based information on ACES, historical trauma and bias, and how hope and resilience play a role in mitigating these hardships in African American families.


Safe Places. Safe Spaces: Creating Welcoming & Inclusive Environments for Traumatized LGBTQ Youth


Source:

National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)

Audience:

General


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The video introduces the viewer to the needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) youth who have experienced trauma.


Historical Trauma in American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal Nations


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Indian Health Services

Audience:

General


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This website provides a series of webinars on historical trauma and trauma informed care in Indian Country.

Training Guides & Curricula


Cultural Competency Resources


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Northeast Regional Children’s Advocacy Center

Audience:

General


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This website provides resources on cultural competence in child abuse and neglect, tribal resources, and resources for children with disabilities and LGBTQIA youth.


Racial Equity


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National Child Welfare Workforce Institute

Audience:

Child Welfare


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This website provides resources that support child welfare staff and leaders in confronting racial equity. This website contains tools, guides, assessments, and curricula on culturGeneraly responsive child welfare practices.


Full Service Partnership Toolkit: Cultural Relevance


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California Institute for Mental Health

Audience:

Behavioral Health


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This toolkit presents guidelines and practice tools to assist counties and providers in improving the quality and access to care for underserved ethnic and cultural groups. Domains discussed include multicultural knowledge, addressing barriers to care, cultural self-awareness, sociocultural diversities, and specific practices and interventions.

Understanding Historical Trauma When Responding to an Event in Indian Country


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Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA)

Audience:

General


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This tip sheet discusses the concept and importance of historical trauma and its impact on Native American populations. Offers tips for preparing to respond to a disaster or other traumatic events in Indian Country.

Practice Guidelines for the Delivery of Trauma-Informed and LGBTQ CulturGeneraly-Competent Care


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The American Institute for Research (AIR) in partnership with the Justice Resource Institute (JRI)

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General


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This companion guide to the SSYI Best Practice and Strategy Review highlights several practice issues related to serving youth impacted by trauma and/or dealing with issues of sexual orientation and gender identity

Implementation Tools and Guides

CulturGeneraly-Sensitive Trauma Informed Care


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Health Care Tool Box

Audience:

General


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This website offers information on culturGeneraly-sensitive trauma-informed care and implementation considerations for health care professionals.