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ResilienceCon 2019 Agenda

ResilienceCon 2019 Schedule: April 4-16, 2019

Sunday, April 14Great HallLaskey ALaskey BLaskey C
12:00-2:00pmPoster setup
2:00-3:00pmData Blitz
3:00-3:15pmBreak
3:15-4:15pmPoster Session with hors d’ oeuvres
4:30-5:00pmWelcome
5:00-6:00pmKeynote Conversation:
Dr. Bonnie Duran

The Dance of Race and Privilege: Unsettling the Patriarchy of Settler Colonialism
6:00-6:15pmEvening Reflection
7:00Dinner at Amerigo (separate registration required)
Day 1 Learning Objectives:1) List 3 or more empowering, culture-centered public health efforts for people who have experienced adversity.2) Identify ways that race, privilege, and colonization need to be better incorporated into public health models.3) Explain how community-based participatory research can support more socially just approaches to efforts to prevent and intervene for adversities and traumas.
Click here to view Day 1 Bibliography
Monday, April 15Great HallLaskey ALaskey BLaskey C
7:30-8:30amBreakfast (included with registration)
8:45-9:00amMorning Reflection
9:00-10:15
Breakout 1
A1 Hot Topics Panel
Family Violence & Resilience Across the Lifespan
A2 20×20
Loss, Depression, & Resilience
A3 20×20
Cultural & Community Resilience
A4 20×20 Panel
Creating Strengths on College Campuses
10:15-10:45amBreak with coffee and tea
10:45-12:00pm
Breakout 2
B1 Hot Topic Panel
Fighting Hate-Based Violence & Racism
B2 Perspectives
Lessons Learned in Helping Survivors
B3 20×20
Clinically-Derived Resilience Models
B4 20×20
School-Based Programs
12:00-1:00pmLunch (included with registration)
1:00-2:15pm
Breakout 3
C1 Perspectives Panel
Mindfulness, Movement, & Art
C2 Workshop
Social Justice Perspectives on Disability & Identity
C3 20×20
Protective Factors for Youth
C4 20×20
Community-Based Programs
2:15-2:30pmBreak
2:30-3:30pmKeynote Conversation: Dr. Anjali Forber-Pratt
Disability Identity Development: What We Know, What We Don’t Know, What We Should Explore
3:30-3:45pmBreak with snack
3:45-5:00pm
Breakout 4
D1 Hot Topics Panel
Youth-Led Community Mapping for Change
D2 20×20
Stories of Healing
D3 20×20
Phenomenological Studies of Resilience
D4 Workshop
Understanding Fatherhood & Trauma
5:00-5:30pmEvening Reflection
Day 2 Learning Objectives:1) Describe strengths-based approaches for overcoming adversity.

4) Compare pros and cons of different models & programs for resilience.
2) Identify evidence-based protective factors contributing to resilience.

5) Describe the term disability identity development and apply disability identity in their own work.
3) Describe program considerations for different settings, such as schools, communities, and clinics.

6) Explain the ways that resilience and social justice priorities overlap.
Click here to view Day 2 Bibliography
Tuesday, April 16Great HallLaskey ALaskey BLaskey C
7:30-8:30amBreakfast (included with registration)
8:45-9:00amMorning Reflection
9:00-10:15am
Breakout 1
E1 Hot Topics Panel
Promoting Community Resilience
E2 20×20
Improving Professional Responses
E3 Mixed Session
Resilience After Diverse Traumas
E4 Workshop
Resilience & Social Justice: BFFs, Not Enemies
10:15-10:45amBreak with coffee and tea
10:45-12:00pm
Breakout 2
F1 20×20 Panel
Building Hidden Strengths
F2 20×20
Individual Treatment Approaches
F3 Perspectives
Multiple Ways of Knowing & Healing
F4 20×20
Exploring Specific Strengths
12:00-1:00pmLunch (included with registration)
1:00-2:15pm
Breakout 3
G1 Workshop
Learning to Love Ourselves: Incorporating Compassion and Care in Our Work
G2 Perspectives Frameworks of Change & ResilienceG3 Workshop
Understanding Resilience & Social Justice in Rural and Low-Income Communities
G4 20×20 Understanding & Combating Intimate Partner Violence
2:15-2:30pmBreak
2:30-3:30pmKeynote Conversation: Dr. Fernando Mederos
Using Meaning Making to Engage System-Involved Fathers in Treatment and Healing
3:30-4:00pmClosing with Sherry Hamby, Vicki Banyard, & Nicole Yuan
Day 3 Learning Objectives:1) Describe strengths-based approaches for overcoming adversity.

4) Compare pros and cons of different models & programs for resilience.
2) Identify evidence-based protective factors contributing to resilience.

5) Understand the concept of fatherhood engagement and apply tools to help system-involved fathers.
3) Describe program considerations for different settings, such as schools, communities, and clinics.

6) Explain the ways that resilience and social justice priorities overlap.
Click here to view Day 3 Bibliography