“Historical Trauma: What Is It and How Do We Heal It” – February 2023 CPS & CPPS Community of Practice
February 2023 CPS & CPPS Community of Practice
“Historical Trauma: What Is It and How Do We Heal It”
with Lynn Maday-Bigboy
February 16th, 2023 from 1:30 – 3:00 pm CT
Lynn Maday-Bigboy is a Certified Parent Peer and Peer Trainer. She is from the Bad River Nation, located on Lake Superior, and she is passionate about advocating for youth and families that are historically marginalized in systems of care.
Healing Layers of Trauma in a Collective Society During Pandemic Times: Through the lens of a collective society, Lynn will be looking at the layers of trauma and the impacts of the pandemic on historical traumas. Together, with participants, she will also explore the healing that can occur when we slow down during these times to process, reflect, and move forward.
Feedback Survey/CEH Information:
We invite you to please fill out the evaluation survey link (click here) if you attended this community of practice gathering or if you watch the recording. The survey will close at 4:30pm on Thursday, March 2nd. Certificates of Participation will be sent to those completing the evaluation form by 4:30pm on February 16th, 2023. No evaluation surveys will be accepted for CEH credit after the evaluation survey’s closing date/time.
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