The MHTTC Network held a two-part series, Healing School Communities in the Context of Racial Violence: Where do we go from here? on February 25 and March 4. The series was intended for students, families, educators and school mental health professionals who are navigating the ongoing impact of racial violence in all forms on student mental health. Each 1.5 hour learning session featured a moderator who engaged advocates, leaders and the school mental health workforce in a conversation that focuses on:
- Navigating discussions which are grounded in advancing racial equity and inclusion both in and out of school;
- Elevating strategies for communicating and engaging in the ongoing work to support the mental health of students and school mental health professionals which are grounded in community wisdom and build upon protective factors, both in and out of school;
- Developing spaces which engender opportunities for the field to improve its commitment to fostering a workforce ready, able and willing to hold racial violence as a mental health issue in a way that is founded in community strengths and wisdom while supporting and building protective factors.
In addition to providing recordings of each learning session, a list of resources from the presenters and the field was compiled to promote continuous learning.
To access the resource document, please click on the DOWNLOAD button above.
Questions? Please email Ricardo Canelo at [email protected]