Historical Trauma (HT) refers to the psychological distress experienced by survivors or descendants of human initiated acts of oppression. This webinar helped clinicians understand HT and provided some clarity regarding the intergenerational transmission of trauma and how it relates to racial oppression in particular. We summarized the research on the biological, psychological and social forces that promote an intergenerational legacy of pain and suffering among descendants of people impacted by traumatizing historical events. We also outlined the importance of resilience in helping individuals and communities recover and cope with HT.
** Please Note: This webinar has been approved by NYSED and ACE for 1 Continuing Education (CE) contact hour. For complete instructions on how to obtain CE contact hours, please refer to this document. Please allow 10-12 business days for the processing of CE contact hours.
social determinants of health, continuing education