Clallam Resilience Project Home


Our monthly Community Meetings each feature a local presenter speaking on topics connected to toxic stress, resiliency, and trauma-informed practices.  They are free, virtual, and open to the public.

Recordings are available in the archives below, and are timestamped for easy navigation. Slides and other presentation materials are available in the corresponding Dropbox folder. 

*Meetings take place every First Tuesday of the Month from 10:00 - 11:30am.


June 6th 2023  at 10am
Double Feature: Ecotherapy techniques for grounding and emotion regulation & Self, Community and Singing



May 2, 2023
Trauma Informed Care from a Police Perspective

April 4, 2023
Ending the Silence for Staff

March 7, 2023
Resilience in the Face of Grief and Love

February 7, 2023
Immigrant Families: Experiences from Adversity to Resilience

Jan. 3rd, 2023
NOHN, The Olympic Community Health Center: A Vision for Resilience

Dec. 6, 2022
Creating new pathways to healing with the R.E.A.L team

Nov. 1, 2022
Increase Awareness, prevention, recovery, and resilience around TBI (Traumatic Brain Injuries), injury and violence, and access to resources

October 4, 2022
The New Science of Thriving: Prioritizing Possibilities for Child, Family and Community Wellbeing

September 6, 2022
Bookmobile Outreach Services & The Importance of Connection with NOLS

August 2, 2022
Clallam County's New Mental Health Court: Promoting Justice and Recovery

July 5th, 2022
Strategies to Manage Extended Stress & Employee Fatigue with Christina Miko

June 7, 2022
What is Youth Substance Use, Misuse, & Abuse Prevention? with Rachel Ray

May 3, 2022 
ʔaʔkʷustəŋáw̕txʷ House of Learning, Peninsula College Longhouse

April 5, 2022 
Becoming a Recovery-Friendly Region with Olympic Community of Health

March 1, 2022
Provider Panel: Neurodevelopmental Disability, Chronic Stress, and Family Wellbeing

February 1, 2022
Parent Panel: Neurodevelopmental Disability, Chronic Stress, and Family Wellbeing 

January 4, 2022
EASE Keys: Nervous System Support with Rachel Hardies

December 7, 2021
Little Free Pantries in Clallam County with Benji Astrachan

November 2, 2021
Trauma Informed Care at Olympic Medical Center with Gretchen Souza

October 5th, 2021
Resilience Month Keynote: Dr. Kira Mauseth of WA Dept of Health
Reopening, Reorienting, and Navigating Unknowns

September 7, 2021
The 5 Habits of Speaking Justice with Miriame Cherbib

August 3, 2021
Handle With Care Programming with The PASD & The PA Healthy Youth Coalition

July 6, 2021
"Around the Table" Curriculum with Victoria Wegener of WSU Extension

June 1, 2021
Double Feature: REdisCOVERY & Youth Presentation on Gender Pronouns

May 4, 2021
Wraparound Intensive Services with Peninsula Behavioral Health

April 6, 2021
Teaching About ACES at Peninsula College, with Allen Lapin and Anna King

March 2, 2021
Co-Regulation with Rachel Hardies from New Growth Counseling

February 2, 2021
Active Listening with Sarah Perry of Peninsula Behavioral Health

January 5, 2021
Historical Resilience in Clallam County Panel 

December 1, 2020
Building Resiliency and Shared Supports with PAVE's Jill McCormick and Shawnda Hicks

November 3, 2020
Historical and Intergenerational Trauma of the Coast Salish Tribes with Gayla Johnson, Elwha Klallam Tribal Member

October 6, 2020
Dr. Alison Berry-Unthank, Clallam County Health Officer

September 1, 2020
Strengthening Families Locally by Dr. Joy Lile, DCYF

August 4, 2020
Trauma supportive schools featuring Kristi Queen, Sequim School District

July 7, 2020
Quileute Healing featuring Miss Ann Penn-Charles and Briella Gilbertson

June 2, 2020
Ingrid Henden, Olympic Area Agency on Aging  

May 5, 2020
Navigator Panel featuring Whitney Moody and Jessica Wright, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, Rachel Sullivan, Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, and Becca Larsen, Port Angeles School District

April 14, 2020
Alyson Rotter, Network Manager for Graduate Strong presenting on Trauma Sensitive Schools Collaborative Learning Academy

March 3, 2020
Daniel Montana, Community Paramedic

February 4, 2020
Kelly Cook, Peninsula Behavioral Health