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This one-hour webinar will include topics such as yoga, meditation, self-defense, mindfulness, self-care, non-violent intervention, and mental health first aid training. We will explore different populations that may be living with trauma and how to make programs accessible for everyone.
Spotlight Speaker: Jenn Carson is an internationally recognized expert in physical literacy, an award-winning author, a yoga teacher, and the director of the L.P. Fisher Public Library in Woodstock, New Brunswick. She is a visionary leader who was deemed by Amplify East as a "remarkable woman making a difference in Atlantic Canada." In 2019, she was named a Mover & Shaker by Library Journal and hailed as "The Lethal Librarian" in a feature profile in [Edit] Magazine for her radical leadership and library advocacy.
This webinar is the second in a series on Trauma-Informed Librarianship. You can find upcoming webinars on this topic under our Spotlight Speaker Series.
The NNLM Region 6 Spotlight Speaker Series features presentations from guests on topics of interest to those interested in health information, outreach, programming, and more. Topics provide information to help attendees:
- Know their communities
- Better understand health consumers
- Evaluate health information
- Increase knowledge of resources and subjects
- Improve health-related communication, reference, instruction, and programming
- Increase health literacy
- Understand and explore the relationship between technology and health
- Explore ethical and legal issues.
Accessibility This webinar includes live closed captioning.
Code of Conduct NNLM is dedicated to providing a welcoming and supportive environment for all people, regardless of background or identity. As such, we expect respectful interactions with instructors and learners. Read the full Code of Conduct here.
Recording The recording of this webinar will be posted to our YouTube channel 1-2 weeks following the live event.