Coming Up at The Alliance

Engaging Youth: Lessons Learned from the Young Advocate’s Institute

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

1 – 3 PM

An engaging discussion on creating a culture of consent starting with very young people, and how this can inspire social change and a new way of framing values, relationships, and sexuality. NCCASA’s Young Advocates Institute, a social justice summer camp that houses and trains 200 teens, ages 13-17, for a weekend of workshops on a college campus. Tracy will explore inclusive frameworks for promoting healthy relationships and healthy sexuality throughout the lifespan, and how both prevention educators and victim service providers can integrate this into their work in communities and with survivors. 

Contact the Alliance’s Training and Technical Coordinator, Elise Delacruz with any questions.

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Stories Grandma Told Me: Transgenerational Trauma, Transgenerational Resilience and Rape Culture

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

1 – 3:30 PM

Trauma and resilience are encoded in our DNA. This workshop will lead participants on the journey of examining the impact of trauma and rape culture across generations. Participants will learn about transgenerational trauma and how it can be applied to support survivors of sexual violence.

As noted in PA 10-38 (Licensure of Master and Clinical Social Work) and NASW’s State of Connecticut Continuing Education Credit (CEC) Provider Policy, continuing education hours can only be awarded if an attendee successfully completes the entire training; therefore, full attendance in the entire training activity is required.

Contact the Alliance’s Training and Technical Coordinator, Elise Delacruz with any questions.

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