Talking BITs: Addressing Racial Trauma as a Case Manager

Date: November 19, 2021
Time: 2pm-3pm ET
*This is a members only event.

Description: The past year has brought a heightened awareness to issues of race and social justice. On a college or university campus, these issues are often brought into sharper focus as views are debated in classrooms, residence halls, and organizational meetings. However, this can often lead to tension among students, staff, and faculty, and the fallout often has tangible effects on the students we serve, especially those identifying as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). We often refer to this as racial trauma. This presentation aims to provide case managers with some background on racial trauma, including causes and symptoms. The presentation will also engage participants to discuss best practices to engage with students experiencing racial trauma and how to help them respond to the physical, emotional, or psychological impact it has on their ability to be safe and successful.

EVENT FACULTY

Aaron Austin, Ed.D., Associate Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students, Wichita State University

Joseph Contes, LMHC, MCAP, NCC, Director of Student Outreach & Support, University of South Florida

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