Bullying and violence is everyone's issue. Reducing bullying and violence is critical for developing healthy children, families, mentoring programs, schools and communities.
This interactive trauma-informed workshop promotes trauma-informed practices in the delivery of services to children, youth and families who have experienced violence and trauma and are seeking support for recovery and healing through peers, consumers, survivors, healthy living and mentoring by providers.
- Provide self-regulating tools, guidance and best practices that support alignment of integrated strategies that address bullying and youth violence prevention using multidisciplinary trauma-informed care approaches for reducing risk factors for re-traumtization and the high cost of health neurobiological impact.
- Create innovative pathways for rebuilding healthy families, schools, rural and urban communities while expanding the development of academic, cognitive, emotional, social, physical well-being, school wellness and safety especially for children and youth living in under-served communities.
- Supports and advances research, policies and programs needed to establish city, statewide and national trauma-informed care service delivery systems, as well as training, mentoring, and resource centers of excellence.
SAMHSA is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness in America's communities.
Dr. Joi C. Spraggins is recognized as a global legacy leadership expert in business, education, communications and civic engagement. She is the founder and president of Legacy Pathways, LLC, an innovative management consulting and training firm specializing in leadership development, communications, education, energy, health and human services, social justice, public policy and supply chain regulatory compliance.
Her mission is to provide cutting-edge services and solutions that accelerate leadership and sustainability with profound global impact. The results create Legacy, Pathways and Footprints™ (LPF), while transforming lives, families, communities and the world.
With a Doctoral Diplomate Degree from the American Society of Christian Therapists, a Master’s Degree from the University of Pennsylvania’s Fels School of Government, Joi recently received her Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Minor Judiciary Education Board Certification.
As Dr. Joi®, her motivational sobriquet, she is a keynote speaker, trainer, educator, public policy advocate and author. Her passion, perseverance and exemplary leadership qualities inspire others to build their LPF by utilizing her proven techniques, communication principles and methodology. The results create cultural transformation.
Dr. Joi’s® Tame and Train Your Tongue® (3T), an evidenced-based trauma-informed bullying and violence prevention program and global network provides interactive trauma-informed workshops, strategies and techniques that move individuals, families and communities from the state of post-traumatic stress into the “3T Zone of Excellence”.
She co-authored the book Mission Possible! Learn How To Reach Your Potential From Some Of The World's Most Successful Possibility Thinkers with Stephen Covey and Brian Tracy.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There will be free off-the-street parking available.
Will food be provided?
Yes, continental breakfast will be provided.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For additional information visit our website www.legacypathways.com or call (215) 552-8950.