In this workshop, Dr. Grace will:- Address his resilience typology focused on recognizing and accommodating sexual and gender minority (SGM) youth, which he developed in his book, Growing into Resilience (University of Toronto Press, 2015). - Drawing on understandings of resilience as a process and outcome, he will examine stressors, risk taking, asset building, and indicators of thriving in the lives of SGM youth dealing with adversity and trauma. - He will also discuss how he applies his research in operationalizing the Comprehensive Health Education Workers (CHEW) Project, an initiative he developed to focus on the sexual, mental, physical, and social health of SGM youth. - Within the framework of the CHEW Project, Dr. Grace will outline pressing health, social, and cultural issues that are impacting SGM youth whose safety, security, well-being and accommodation are still not fully guaranteed in post-Charter Canada.
Early Bird Rate (prior to July 15, 2018) - Members of PEICA, PAPEI, & PEIASW: $110.00- Non-members: $130.00
Regular Rate (after July 15, 2018)- Members of PEICA, PAPEI, & PEIASW: $150.00- Non-members: $175.00- Student Rate: $90.00
Method of Payment:- E-transfers (preferred method): email@example.com- Cheques payable to: TRI-PD Committee c/o Darlene Oatway, 263 Heather Moyse Dr., Summerside, PE C1N 5P1
Please Note:- Receipts will be available for pick up on September 21, 2018.- Coffee and snacks provided at break times; however, lunch is on your own.