Recordings of Tribal TTA Center webinars on the wellbeing of tribal youth and families are archived below.
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The Wellbriety Institute’s Celebrating Families! curriculum helps create balance and prosperity within families.
- Celebrating Families! – Part 1: Creating Balance in Our Lives (56 minutes)
This learning community explores recent research about brain chemistry, education, risk and resiliency factors, asset development, and spirituality.
- Celebrating Families! – Part 2: Utilizing Cultural Healing Practices to Promote Healthy Native Families (1 hour, 21 minutes)
This webinar explores how to use cultural healing practices to promote healthy family living skills.
Webinars on youth wellness and resilience in tribal communities explore bullying, suicide prevention, children’s wellness, and family substance use.
- Native American Youth: Champions for Change (1 hour, 19 minutes)
This webinar describes the Center for Native American Youth’s Champions for Change program, a leadership development program for Native youth that supports youth who create positive change in their communities.
- Generational Resilience—Part 1: The Importance of Traditional Practices for Prevention (26 minutes)
Gain a better understanding of youth perspectives to help address the issue of youth suicide in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
- Generational Resilience – Part 2: Exploring the American Indian Life Skills Development Curriculum for Suicide Prevention (1 hour, 25 minutes)
Learn how the culturally appropriate and youth-friendly American Indian Life Skills Development Curriculum can be used as part of youth suicide prevention and cultural intervention strategies in schools and communities.
- Generational Resilience – Part 3: An Overview of Positive Youth Development and Project Venture (1 hour, 21 minutes)
This webinar introduces Project Venture as an evidence-based model for positive youth development and highlights youth leaders of prevention efforts in their communities.
- Waybinigay: Releasing Our Addictions (1 hour, 4 minutes)
This webinar examines the commercial and sacred uses of tobacco, and creates dialogue about the effects of tobacco use on youth and the community. Proven success strategies are based on culturally specific activities.
- After the Tears: Substance Use and the Family (1 hour, 26 minutes)
Learn the characteristics of addicted and dysfunctional families and the struggles adult children of those families face. Discover the healing that strong cultural values and ceremony can provide.
- Bullying – Part 1 (1 hour, 19 minutes)
Explore the topic of bullying—characteristics, consequences related to suicide, myths, misdirection, and ways that resilience can combat bullying.
- Bullying – Part 2 (1 hour, 24 minutes)
This webinar covers bullying and its consequences related to suicide. It explains common misconceptions and discusses the importance of resilience in combating bullying.
- Impact of Suicide – Part 1 (1 hour, 26 minutes)
Explore topics of suicide in Indian Country—the personal healing process following a family member's suicide; lessons learned about mental health, risk, and protective factors; community interventions; and communal resilience factors that support wellness.
- Impact of Suicide – Part 2 (1 hour, 30 minutes)
Learn more about suicide and prevention among American Indian and Alaska Native youth. Topics include the impact of suicide on youth in Indian Country, warning signs, nonjudgmental listening strategies, stigma, intergenerational trauma, and healing.
Wellness in Children
- Children's Mental Health Awareness: Supporting Wellness in Our Families and Communities (1 hour, 8 minutes)
Learn about efforts supporting wellness in children and families across Indian Country, including a brief discussion of resources offered by the Tribal TTA Center and the Suicide Prevention Resource Center.