Presented by Rick Griffin, Community Resilience Initiative and Prevent Child Abuse Arizona
Broken trust has been a hidden barrier that has kept all of us from healing from past wounds. For individuals and groups to build mutually respectful relationships across racial and ethnic lines that honor and value each person’s humanity, we must heal from broken trust. In this presentation, participants will learn strategies to foster resilience within a family, organization, or community when trust has been fractured. These strategies will lead to deeper intergenerational and diverse community relationships that better reflect our common humanity.