Violence Prevention - Roads to Reconnection with the Māpuna Lab

April 14, 10:00am - 12:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Gartley

This is Part 5 in our six-part webinar series on Disaster Response. In this webinar, we will be providing a safe space to address the relationship between interpersonal violence and histories of colonization while educating participants on de-escalation practices, services, and access to care. Learning Objectives: * Participants will define the relationship between violence prevention and disaster response among Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders. * Participants will define the importance of aloha at home in healing historical trauma to prevent in-home violence. * Participants will identify a de-escalation technique or, puʻuhonua (place or person) to create a safety plan, or escape plan, and be able to recognize clinical signs and symptoms related to Domestic Violence, Interpersonal Partner Violence, family violence and systems violence. This webinar is part of the Hawaiʻi State 2022 Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM): Roads to Reconnection Virtual Statewide Events. Note: While we take great care to ensure that our trainings are held in culturally safe space, due to the nature of violence prevention, we are offering extra support. Leslie D. Cabingabang, the Senior Confidential Advocate with the UH System Confidential Advocacy Program will be available during the webinar for immediate support.

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Social Work, Mānoa Campus

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