Trauma-Informed Youth Programming

  • Participants: Staff and leaders of youth centered programs
  • Level: Beginning to Intermediate
  • # of Recorded Sessions: Three
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What's included here?

  • Recorded sessions
  • Discussion board community
  • Handouts and links

Moving from Trauma to Healing

Recognizing the traumas that have arisen from the health pandemic as well as systemic racism, learners will better understand trauma and trauma-informed practices that they can use to support children and youth moving forward. 

Actionable Strategies

Walk away with strategies to create healing-centered spaces for yourself as adults supporting youth and spaces for youth to heal as well.  

Course contents

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Meet the facilitator

Marieke van Woerkom

Marieke van Woerkom has worked with young people and educators around the world for over two decades. She is passionate about building welcoming, student-centered, equitable spaces where staff and student dignity is honored. Her current work focuses on creating healing centered spaces. 

Marieke has worked in the field of cultural exchange, conflict transformation, social justice, racial equity, and human rights. When working with schools, her focus is on creating more equitable and inclusive teaching and learning environments, using social and emotional learning, restorative practices, and racial literacy. Marieke holds a double Masters in Cultural Anthropology and International Relations from the University of Amsterdam, with a focus on social psychology and a specialization in group identity and intergroup relations.
Patrick Jones - Course author