A.C.C.E.S.S. Model Statewide Conference
Join us for a day of Hope and Healing sponsored by the NJEA ACCESS Model in partnership with the facilitators of the NJEA Conference for Hope and Healing.
KYDS Co-Founders, Rodney Salomon and Mychal Mills will unite an embodied experience of movement, mindfulness, breathwork, sound healing and transformational self-inquiry with an understanding of the inner work required to create healing-centered and just educational communities.
Alisha De Lorenzo will lead us through breakout sessions on Positive Deviance. Positive Deviance is a proven framework for addressing and reversing seemingly intractable problems with a strengths-based and hope-filled approach that draws on the wisdom of the community members for the solutions to their community’s challenges.
Through deep connection with self and others, these powerful self-care practices will awaken the healing within each of us that positions educators as the healers of our systems, schools and communities. Working at the intersection of healing, trauma and (social justice/anti-oppression), we will answer the call to cultivate cultures of wellness. Come as you are, leave with a renewed commitment to the possibilities of Hope and Healing in education.
There is no cost to attend this event.
Buffet breakfast and lunch will be served courtesy of NJEA.