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We look forward to this time together to explore the different ways in which we are all interconnected and how to build bridges to reach each other, survivors, and communities.

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Tuesday, April 26 • 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Building Trust with Youth Survivors For a Healthy Future

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Intervention and prevention might feel like two different worlds, but they overlap extensively.
Join Victoria and Neba from New Beginnings to break down the barriers in youth advocacy and illustrate the diverse realities young people experience. We will connect concepts like adultism, consent, and boundaries to practices that build trust with clients of any age.
Let’s dive into how adultism impacts advocacy, what it means to show up authentically, and how to channel your youthful energy so that intervention and prevention work together. Come have fun with us!

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Topic: Building Trust with Youth Survivors for Healthy Future
Start Time: Apr 26, 2022 12:00 PM

Meeting Recording:
https://wcsap.zoom.us/rec/share/KbyBwGhEeoQr1xBOj9ePY0t-Xs9yuL4QB3vVDKhfBW7ElLwBY82JT1JBtDY1r2Si.gYEQhucuQB5r-xax

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Speakers
avatar for Victoria Orcutt

Victoria Orcutt

DV Prevention Educator, New Beginnings
Victoria Orcutt (she/her) is a DV Prevention Educator at New Beginnings in Seattle. From her BA in Psychology and experience with organizations doing research and trainings on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), she knows that most mental, physical, and behavioral health issues... Read More →
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Neba Zaidi

Community Engagement Manager, New Beginnings
Neba Zaidi (she/they) is the Community Engagement Manager at New Beginnings in Seattle. With almost 6 years in relationship education, she’s gotten to work with a wide variety of groups: middle schoolers, men in recovery homes, lgbtq+ youth of color, adult Muslim-Americans, trauma... Read More →



Tuesday April 26, 2022 12:30pm - 2:30pm PDT