National Webinar Series

AdobeStock 231496931Building a Resilient Workforce to Address Trauma and Enhance Well-Being

This 5-part discussion series addresses how child welfare leaders have supported their workforce in building resiliency during the pandemic.  Throughout the series we will explore the following questions:

  • What operational supports build resilience in the workforce?
  • How does addressing racial disparities, historical trauma, and race-based trauma build resilience in the workforce?
  • What can organizations do to address moral distress at the system level?
  • What actions can we take right now to break barriers and relieve anxiety?

Session #1: Providing Operational Workforce Supports (April 2021)
The session includes a conversation with Nancy Carre-Lee, Deputy Director for Child Protection and Permanency Operations about the New Jersey Department of Children and Families' operational approach to building resilience in the workforce and peer-led small group discussions.

Session #2: Leveraging Key Partnerships
May 26, 2021 from 1:00 pm EDT to 2:15 EDT
During the first half of the session we will talk with Laurence Nelson, Director of Training and Professional Development with the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services about the importance of leveraging partnerships when building staff resilience. We'll spend the second half of the session in peer-led small groups discussing how to incorporate strategies at your organization.
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Session #3: Understanding Moral Distress
June 23, 2021 from 1:00 pm EDT to 2:15 EDT
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Session #4: Supporting Self-care at the System Level
July 26, 2021 from 1:00 pm EDT to 2:15 EDT
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Session #5: Connecting to Cultural Ways
August 2021 (date TBD)
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Past Webinar Series