Dr. Jessica Ullrich to present at Brazelton Touchpoints Center's virtual National Forum
by Ahliil Saitanan |
UAA School of Social Work faculty member Dr. Jessica Ullrich will be one of three presenters for Brazelton Touchpoints Center's virtual National Forum, which will take place March 29-31.
According to the registration website, the forum encourages knowledge sharing and learning as participants explore how families and communities honor and nurture cultural, ethnic, and racial identities for child flourishing. Each day begins with a unique plenary presentation, followed by two 90-minute workshops with three concurrent choices. Each of the six workshop topics is repeated across the three days so that participants can experience all six. Participants can register to attend all three days or select a particular day.
Ullrich's presentation, titled "Listening to Our Ancestors and the Earth: Indigenous Connectedness for Child and Collective Wellbeing," will be held on March 29.