Tips and Tools 

(stay tuned for updates over time...we are a work in progress)

How are you "filling your cup" each day?

Here are resources to help attend to our emotional, mental health and well being, that assist in increasing our insight around issues relevant to health and wellbeing, that help to fill our cup for the labor at hand each day. They are diverse, considerate of inclusivity of the range of diverse individuals that make up our communities.  Search through and hoping you find some that are a fit for you.

Resources for those who have or who work with Youth

Children's TV Shows that Support Representation and the mental health of our little ones

Children's TV Shows Supporting Representation 

Kiddle.  Here is information about a great international figure who has inspired many, on a website resource tailored for kids called.


Learning for Justice

Learning for Justice

Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social ChangeHere is a wonderful resource that I value sharing with youth and adults. Established in 1968 by Mrs. Coretta Scott King,

The King Center

Resilience Initiative, Successful Black Parenting Magazine

Resilience Initiative 

Resilience: Preparing Children and Teens to Thrive

Fostering Resilience 

Resilience in AAPI Families during COVID-19 Pandemic

Resilience in AAPI Families

Respect Diversity Foundation, for youth helping to promote tolerance, acceptance and affinity across differences.

Respect Diversity Foundation

Wellemental: Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation for kids 

Social Justice and Healing from the Impact of Racism Resources

AAPI Youth Rising 

Academics for Black Survival and Wellness

Coming Together: Talking to Children About Race and Identity

Equal Justice Initiative 

Ibram X. Kendi Recommends 10 Books to Better Understand the History of Racism in America

The Long History of Racism Against Asian Americans in the U.S.

'Model Minority' Myth Again Used As A Racial Wedge Between Asians And Blacks

Racial Trauma Toolkit

Respect Diversity Foundation, for youth helping to promote tolerance, acceptance and affinity across differences.

Rochester Racial Justice Toolkit

Clinical Resources

(stay tuned for updates over time...we are a work in progress)

Clinical Resources Attentive to Identity 

Academics for Black Survival and Wellness

The Center for Learner Equity 

Creating Culturally Inclusive Safety in the Group Process

The Great Unlearn: Curated by Rachel E. Cargle 

National Disability Organizations and Resources 

Native Governance Center A Guide to Indigenous Land Acknowledgements 

Native Land Digital 

The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond 

Racial Equity Tools


Spoken Project 

Understanding and Knowing How to Manage Microaggressions

White Awake: Waking Ourselves for the Benefit of All 

White Supremacy Culture 

Community Support Resources for Black/African American, Indigenous, Asian American, Indigenous Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, Latinx, and additional POC Identified

Mental Health Data

Institute for Sexual and Gender Health 

National Institute of Mental Health 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association 

The World Health Organization 

Mental Health Organizations

(stay tuned for updates over time...we are a work in progress)


(stay tuned for updates over time...we are a work in progress)

Infusion of Attention to Identity in our Work

Tips on Self Care

Tips to Manage Road Rage

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