Stress Management & Social Isolation with The Māpuna Lab

April 28, 10:00am - 12:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Gartley

This is the final Part 6 in our six-part webinar series on Disaster Response. In this webinar, we will be developing “coping cards” as immediate relief during a personal crisis, and discussing the importance of activating relationships as a way to respond to a disaster. Learning Objectives: * Participants will define the relationship between stress management & social isolation and disaster response among Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders. * Participants will understand the complexities of implementing cultural frameworks within systems of oppression. * Participants will be able to provide an understanding of the role relationships play in indigenous cultures and how this can be used to alleviate and mediate clinical signs and symptoms of stress management and isolation in relation to serious mental illness and substance misuse.

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Social Work, Mānoa Campus

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