Therapists, Educators, Healthcare Personnel, and the communities that organizations service.
Latinx Parentings can offer a variety of trainings geared for professionals which offer a healing-centered engagement space for service providers to become more culturally sustaining for and with Latinx families. We work with each individual partner to tailor the content, length, and frequency of a professional development training. Some of the topics covered at length within our Professional Development trainings may include:
At Latinx Parenting we operate from the understanding that like each family, each child, each classroom, each school and each organization that serves them is unique and has specific needs. Our team is ready to work with you to develop a training program that meets your individual and collective needs to best serve the individuals and families you come into contact with daily.
We can provide a variety of topics for professionals, from one-hour overviews of Trauma-informed Nonviolent Child Raising to and one- to two-full day professional development trainings. We can assist in the planning and integration of a school or organization-wide culturally and trauma sensitive strategy. We are also able to offer consultation on an ongoing basis. Our goal is to provide what you need to enhance your organization and programming using a framework of nonviolence rooted in cultural sensitivity, historical and individual trauma awareness. We recognize that for many organizations serving families this process is just that: a process.
No! Our offerings are not only for Latinx staff or service providers. It is especially important for service providers of all backgrounds to become culturally competent and aware especially if they work with Latinx families.
This depends on our calendar! We prefer at least 4-6 weeks to schedule.
Please make us aware as soon as you get in touch. We understand that many organizations have fiscal funds to allocate before the end of your fiscal year. We do our best to accommodate with urgency.
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Last year’s Latinx Heritage Month was SO BUSY and we’re already booking out this year’s. 🥳
Before I go into my *pitch* (I’ve been watching a lot of Shark Tank 😆 ), let me just say that we aren’t just important to bring in for those four weeks. EVERY single month and every day is an opportunity to increase cultural humility and sustenance and align with the values of liberation for Latinx people.
We have had one-time, quarter-long, and year-long partnerships with AMAZING partners that are not just talking the talk but walking the walk by hiring us for speaking, facilitating, training, and consulting. We do direct service and indirect too. 💐
With that said, Latinx Heritage Month is right around the corner and we're looking for new (or renewed!) partnerships that align with our values and mission to #EndChanclaCulture.
If you think your business or organization is a good fit, let's get a conversation going about how we can work together!
Schedule a call with us and we'll be more than happy to discuss a potential partnership with you.
We'll work closely with you to answer any questions you have, as well as brainstorm ideas and discuss marketing strategies with our team on how to build and nurture a successful partnership. Past Latinx Heritage Month partnerships include Zoom, Dropbox, Netflix, Outschool, and more. And that’s just corporate, not even all the wonderful nonprofits and hospitals we’ve been able to collaborate with.
Go to the 🔗 in our Bi0, or our website www.latinxparenting.org/for-professionals, or email Partnerships@latinxparenting.org
Using #restorativejustice to End Chancla Culture can have impact beyond the time children spend with their parents growing up.
One week from today (Sunday, August 6, 9-11:30am) we’re collabing with @latinxparenting to explore the intersections of this work!
“People will rail against adult domestic violence in one breath but then advocate for hitting children in the next.
Then they pretend like physical punishment doesn’t prime children to become future abusers and victims. It is the root. The foundation.
They act as if a child’s first model of intimacy with parents who humiliated and hit and manipulated them in the name of “love” plays no part in how they reenact these dynamics in their future intimate relationships.
What you do to a child you do to the future."
Share what you're doing for our future ancestors below! ❤️
#LatinxParenting #EndChanclaCulture #RaisingFutureAncestors #DecolonizeOurFamilias #IJustWantMiGenteToHeal #TheCycleStopsConmigo...