HRC Webcast Resources: What About You? Tools to Promote Self-Care

This webcast, which aired on January 26, 2010 at 12:00pm ET, kicked off the 2010 Free HRC Webcast series. The webcast on self-care featured a presentation by Ken Kraybill, the Center for Social Innovation, and Katie Volk, the National Center on Family Homelessness.

Download the presentation slideshow (Part 1): "What about You: Tools to Promote Self-Care".
Download the presentation slideshow (Part 2): "What about You: Tools to Promote Self-Care".
Download the presentation slideshow (Part 3): "What about You: Tools to Promote Self-Care".

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Download the workbook from the presentation: "What About You? A Workbook for Those who Work with Others".

Presenter Bios

Ken Kraybill, MSW

Ken has been working in the health, behavioral health, and homelessness arena for the past 27 years. Drawing upon 18 years of direct service and advocacy experience in homeless settings, Ken has developed various curricula, resource guides and workshops to inform and equip others in the field. He provides training nationally on topics including outreach and engagement, motivational interviewing, supervision, and personal and organizational wellness. Ken works for the Center for Social Innovation as a Training and Technical Assistance Specialist.

Katie Volk, MA

Katie Volk, MA, joined the National Center on Family Homelessness in September 2004. In her role as Director of Training, she manages the National Center's training efforts on homelessness, traumatic stress, trauma-informed service provision, self-care, and other related topics. She has been involved in numerous National Center projects, including the OrganWise Guys Pilot Program, the federally-funded Chronic Homelessness Initiative, and the Katrina Project. In partnership with organizations around the country, she developed the PEACH Initiative, a physical and emotional awareness program for children living in transitional settings. Katie has a joint Master of Arts from Tufts University in Child Development and Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning and continued her formal education through the 2006-2007 Trauma Certificate Program at the Trauma Center.

Publication Date: 
Rockville, MD, USA