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Historical Trauma, Generational Trauma and Personal Trauma - Healing Outside of Time
Description
In this webinar, Christina Love, ANDVSA Senior Specialist, will share about the multiple layers of trauma many survivors experience, which can include sexual assault, domestic violence, homelessness, historical trauma, substance use, and more. In her own experience, she has learned that understanding how the trauma she survived led to substance use, was key in her liberation and recovery. As such, she will share how when we as providers better understand the multiple layers of trauma that people experience, it can help us better meet people where they are at, not just in the moment, but also in the larger context of their lives.
Learning Objectives
  1. Differentiate between stress, crisis and trauma
  2. Peel apart the layers of trauma
  3. Understand PTSD, Complex PTSD and oppression
  4. Understand healing using trauma-informed approaches, drawing upon resilience and hope
Presenter
Christina Love (she/her/hers)
Senior Specialist, Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Christina Love is an Alaska Native from Egegik village who was raised in Chitina, Alaska. Christina is a consultant, Recovery Coach and civil and human rights activist. Christina has dedicated the last 7 years to systems change for targeted and marginalized populations in Alaska. She is a formerly incarcerated person in long term recovery who currently works as a Specialist for the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (ANDVSA), the state’s coalition of domestic and sexual violence programs. Christina’s role focuses on intersectionality with an emphasis on trauma and substance use. At ANDVSA, Christina works with programs, agencies, and communities state and nationwide to address the continuum of care for support services through strategic initiatives, substance use screening, training and technical assistance, community-based organization, integrated services, curriculum development, evaluation, assessment, and organizational and community healing.
Summary
Availability: On-Demand
Credit Offered:
1.5 CNE Credits
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