Dr. Jamila Holcomb Ph.D., LMFT
Teaching Faculty, Florida State University: Family and Child Sciences Department
Leveraging Protective Factors to Help Mitigate the Effects of Racial Trauma in 2021
About This Webinar
Frequent and prolonged stress and trauma can take a significant toll on one’s physical, mental, and emotional health. For people of color, 2020 has been a source of repeated stress and trauma due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the heightened visibility of racial injustice.
As we approach a new year, how can organizations help both their staff and clients of color mitigate the impacts of racial trauma and racism?
In this webinar Jamila Holcomb, Ph.D., LMFT discusses the use of protective factors to help mitigate racial trauma and racism in 2021 and beyond.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- How the current climate contributes to sustained racial trauma
What protective factors are and why they’re important to people of color
Three important protective factors, including family, community, and culture
How organizations can enhance protective factors at their offices