Cultivate Learning's Podcast Channel

Cultivate Learning's Podcast Channel

These podcasts by Cultivate Learning cover topics in early learning and expanded learning opportunities. Our series Showing Up is about trauma informed care practices for Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) programs. Episodes include: Impact of Positive Relationships, Intersectionality and Race, Supporting Queer Youth, Self-Regulation Strategies, and Sustainable Well-Being. In each episode, we hear from academic guests, young people, and ELO providers who are active in their communities. We wrap up each episode with a strategy spotlight, a time where we review one thing you can implement in your work. We hope each episode gives you new language and tools for working with young people.Content warning: Showing Up features themes of trauma, mental health, and resilience, which may be triggering for some. Listen to your body's cues, take breaks and use self-regulation strategies. Don’t hesitate to ask for help, no issue is too big or too small. You can always reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255 for support. They are available to talk with you and connect you to local mental health resources.Copyright: University of Washington Cultivate Learning 2022

Episodes

October 31, 2023 41 mins

This episode discusses how culturally sustaining nature and land-based experiences can support positive identity development and support our nervous system. We cover some of the ways that nature-based programs can incorporate trauma-informed care principles and include culturally sustaining practices. Our guests for this episode are 14-year-old Arwen, a youth participant at the Environmental Youth Alliance, and their program direct...

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In this episode we talk all about the ways that the foster care system can be both life saving and traumatic for children and families. We hope that by listening to this episode you gain some insight into the lives of young people who have experienced foster care and identify strategies for supporting them. We’re talking to Dulce, Sherry Edwards, and Dani Erikson from Treehouse, a Washington State based nonprofit serving youth in f...

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In this episode we talk about the impact of food security on childhood development and identify ways to support food access for children and families in our communities. We focus on trauma informed care and getting our basic needs met, such as food, water, and shelter. We offer tips and resources to help kids who may be struggling.  Special guests include Raelyn, a 13 year old food bank volunteer, Jennifer Anderson, the director of...

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In this episode we connect trauma informed care principles of choice and supportive relationships to create a program environment of belonging and inclusive practices with children and families with disabilities. We chat with Naomi and Kayla from the DO-IT Program at the University of Washington and Erin Bratton-Furst from Banner University Medical Center. 

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DO-IT Program 

Banner - University Medical Center in Phoenix, AZ 


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April 6, 2022 5 mins

Babdaado, Isdaryeel, Iyo Horumar Podcast
Barnaamijkan wuxuu siin doona macluumaad muhiim u ah bixiyeyaasha somalida ee la shaqeeya caruurta iyo professionalska ku hadla af soomaali. Barnaamijkan wuxuu kaga hadli doonaa dhaawacyadeena iyo sidii loo bilabi laha sida in la bogsado. Waxaan rajaynaynaa barnaaij kaan inu caawiya bulshada soomaaliyeed meel kasta oo ay joogaan. Waxaan rabnaa inaan barnaamij kaan nogodo mid si fudud loo...

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Dhacdadan podcast-ka ah, waxa aan kaga hadli doonaa saamaynta jugtu ku leedahay heerka qofka iyo nidaamka qoyska labadaba. Waxaan ka hadleynaa hab-dhaqanka waalidnimada Soomaaliyeed, nidaamka daryeelka cudurrada, qaadista culeyska jirrooyinka daba-dheeraada, iyo sida nidaamyadu dib ugu soo noqdaan bulshada Soomaaliyeed.

Martida: Safiyah Laureen (Whole Child Initiative Program Manager, Somali Health Board)

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Xubintan podcast-ka ah, waxaan ku soo bandhigi doonaa dulmar ku saabsan dhaawacyada iyo walbahaarka waxaanan ka hadli doonnaa waaya-aragnimada Bulshada Soomaaliyeed oo uu ku jiro Dagaalkii 1990-kii.

Martida: Liiban Yusuf (Mental Health Specialist/Therapist)

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Dhacdadan podcast-ka ah, waxaan kaga hadlaynaa dhaawacyada heerka bulshada, oo ay ku jiraan rabshadaha bulshada, ku xadgudubka mukhaadaraadka, iyo ismiidaaminta dhalinyarada. Waxaan dib u milicsaneynaa awoodaha gaarka ah ee bulshada, gaar ahaan dhaqanka iyo ku dhaqanka diinta.

Martida: Mohamed Sheik (King County Coroner's Office)

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This episode is a special episode recorded at School’s Out Washington’s 2021 Bridge Conference. With a panel of five youth, we discuss creating ELO programs where young people can co-create spaces where they feel safe, seen, and secure.

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In this episode we talk about self-regulation. We discuss how substance abuse, self-harm, and eating disorders are self-regulation strategies related to trauma. Special guests include Sienna Votry, a youth mental health advocate, Kina Wolfenstein from the Complex Trauma Recovery Podcast, and Henry Hilt from Seattle Children’s Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Unit.

Learning Objective: To reflect on how substance abuse, self-harm, and...

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This episode is about intersectionality, racial identity, and trauma informed care. We talk with Eliane from the Service Board, Dr. Stacey Patton from the Institute of Urban Research at Morgan State University, and Mylinh and Robert from API Chaya.

Learning Objective: To reflect on identity and understand the concept of intersectionality as it applies to both trauma and resilience and how to support young people of color.

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In this episode we discuss trauma informed care and queer youth. We talk about young people's developing gender identity and sexual orientation as it applies to both trauma and resilience and how to best support queer youth. Special guests include Morgan, a queer youth activist, Elliott Hinkle from Unicorn Solutions, and Robert Galvino Mylinh Bui from API Chaya.

Learning Objective: To reflect on young people's developing g...

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This episode is all about sustainable well-being. We’ll be chatting with Areebah from YouthLine, Tai Mattox from Space Between, and Kahae Rikeman from YouthLine.

Learning Objective: To understand the importance of well-being and to learn how to support well-being in yourself and in young people.

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This episode is all about how safe, supportive relationships can promote growth and development. We chat with Alondra from Latino Heat, Dr. Katie Emerson-Hoss from Cultivate Learning at the University of Washington, and Tina Morales, from Latino Heat at Youth Eastside Services.

Learning Objective: Understand what trauma and stressors are, and how supportive relationships can help ameliorate the impact of trauma.

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Our series Showing Up is about trauma informed care practices for Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) programs. Episodes include: Impact of Positive Relationships, Intersectionality and Race, Supporting Queer Youth, Self-Regulation Strategies, and Sustainable Well-Being. In each episode, we hear from academic guests, young people, and ELO providers who are active in their communities. We wrap up each episode with a strategy spotl...

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