Please join us at this year’s Southeast RAD (regional advocate day for training), a free training designed for folks working in gender-based violence. We will be at the Dr. John Bryant Community Center in Racine on October 4. This year, we are honored to feature Kathy Flores of Diverse & Resilient and Milly Gonzales of HELP of Door County.
LGBTQ+ Resiliency: Liberation Beyond Trauma by Kathy Flores
Violence happens to LGBTQ+ individuals on interpersonal levels as well as community. Learn how microaggressions, homophobia and other forms of violence impact an LGBTQ+ survivor of Intimate Partner Violence and their decisions to reach out to mainstream programs for help. Or not. Learn some tools to make your programs more welcoming and inclusive for LGBTQ+ Survivors.
Unpacking Our Trauma Trash Can by Milly Gonzales
This workshop will go over the importance of taking a trauma-informed approach as well as a social justice approach when serving clients with trauma. We will go over the basics of trauma and how it effects our brain, and how to be mindful of what we bring to the table when we serve and do work in our communities.