Social Justice & Trauma Conference
The 1st Annual Trauma & Social Justice Conference
Friday, September 12, 2014; 9am - 4pm
George Fox University - Portland (Tigard) Center
Race & Trauma: Responding to Current Trends & Generational Legacies Increasing Vulnerability
Andrae Brown, Ph.D.
A participant-working conference* for mental health, education, ministerial, social policy, public health & humanitarian aid professionals serving marginalized populations most vulnerable to chronic stress and trauma.
9:10am: Keynote Address
10:30am: Part II - Dr. Brown
11:30am: Small Group Organization
12:n: (Working) Lunch
1:00pm: Small Group 1
2:15pm: Small Group 2
3:30pm: Large Group
Keith Dempsey, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Counseling
Anna A. Berardi, Ph.D., Professor of Marriage & Family Therapy, & Director of the Trauma Response Institute
Register online (coming soon) or mail registration with check payable to "George Fox University - TRI" if online access is unavailable.
Group Discounts (Agency, School, Organization Employees, or Volunteers)
3 or more registrants: $70 per person
Student Discounts (Valid school ID required upon conference admittance)
Per student: $70 per person
Optional: Box Lunch for $10 (Indicate Regular, Gluten Free, or Vegan)
Trauma & Social Justice Annual Conference
Held the 2nd week of September, the Trauma and Social Justice Conference is an annual event sponsored by the Trauma Response Institute at George Fox University. It is designed to promote and support the work of humanitarian aid, mental health, education, ministerial, and health care professionals dedicated to naming and responding to socio-cultural factors that increase stress and trauma among marginalized and vulnerable populations. Our gathering is a time to share research, programs, successes, and struggles for mutual support and furthering of our work toward building more safe, equitable, and resilient communities.
*What's A Participant-Working Conference?
Come ready to learn and share! The Trauma & Social Justice Conference recognizes that all of us are both learners and experts in effecting change. We strive to further challenge and deepen our work, as well as resource one another through guided discussions, including the sharing of our successes and challenges as new skills or calls to respond are identified.