TBC Community Conversations
By Trinity Boston Connects
TBC Community ConversationsDec 16, 2022
Episode 5 - Reciprocity and Beloved Community
Meet Nickolas Dell, Associate Director of Trinity Education for Excellence Program (TEEP). Nick joins us to share his TEEP story of reciprocity and healing for season 2 of Community Conversations, TBC's original podcast series sharing stories and year-end reflections from our immediate and extended community.
Nick's journey from a shy 7th grade TEEPer to now serving in a program leadership position is both inspiring and demonstrative of Healing in Beloved Community. TEEP is a youth development and leadership program at TBC that connects young people of color annually from Boston neighborhoods like Dorchester, Roxbury, East Boston, and Mattapan, to values-based enrichment curriculum that centralizes personal and community growth.
Episode 4 - How Can You Take Healing Action?
How can you take healing action? This week on Community Conversations, TBC donor and Sole Train volunteer, Courtney Joly-Loudermilk shares why she was inspired to run the Boston Marathon as a TBC, Team Trinity, charity team member, her experience with the Sole Train community, and how you can support our mission.
Episode 3 - What Does Healing Look Like for Students?
What does healing look like for middle schoolers and what do students need to thrive? We explore these questions with Sophia Brion-Meisels, Director of Trinity@McCormack, in this week’s episode of Community Conversations. Partner up with the message of healing this Holiday Season with a tax-deductible donation by December 31st.
Episode 2 - (Part Two) How Do Youth Workers Heal?
In last week's episode of Community Conversations, Nate Harris, director of Trinity Boston Counseling Center (TBCC), introduced us to TBCC's work and provided some insight into some of their achievements and challenges over the last couple of years. This week, Asha Ragin, director of clinical services for TBCC, offers us a deeper dive into the program and how it supports Boston’s youth workers. She shares some of TBCC’s recent outcomes as well as her hopes and plans for 2023 and beyond.
Episode 1 - How Do Youth Workers Heal?
How do our city's youth workers heal and what does healing action look like? We explore these questions and more with Nate Harris, director of Trinity Boston Counseling Center (TBCC) in the first episode of TBC Community Conversations podcasts. Stream now by clicking above!
TBCC is a program of our Clinical Care pathway. This pathway works in conjunction with our Youth Development and Leadership and Organizational Change pathways to heal the traumatic impact of systemic racism for youth of color and the adults who support them.
Community Conversations (podcast) is a special presentation series sharing year-end reflections about TBC’s programs and activities from our staff and extended community.
Thank you for tuning in and supporting TBC's mission this Holiday Season!