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Building Bridges of Trust Webinars & a Play by Tracey Huguley – September 2020

Building Bridges of Trust Webinars & a Play by Tracey Huguley – September 2020

Building Bridges of Trust Webinars

Date: Saturday, September 19, 2020 – ASL
Time: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (Central time)

Date: Sunday, September 20, 2020 – Voice
Time: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (Central time)

In the webinar you will gain valuable insights into how to Build Bridges of Trust with the Deaf community (our clients) which will give you a deeper understanding of Deaf culture.

Building Bridges of Trust!
(Power, Privilege, and Oppression CEU’s)
Presented by Tracey Lynn Huguley, M.A.

CODA, RID/NAD Master, BEI Advanced

TSID is an approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities. This Professional Studies program is offered for 0.4 CEU’s at the “little/none” Content Knowledge level by both RID (Power, Privilege, and Oppression) and BEI (Interpreting-related).

***Although this is being offered at the “little/none” content level, all levels can and will benefit from this workshop.

Workshop description:

This 4 hour (0.4 CEU) workshop will focus on ways we can share intercultural spaces with one another in these trying times. So many of us come from different backgrounds and cultures and it can be difficult to see another person or culture’s perspective. We will discuss the multiple spaces and/or cultures we inhabit and visit the idea that there is an oppressor that lives within each of us. This oppressor within may be blocking us from building bridges of trust with one another. In addition, we will use comedy as a tool to “not take ourselves too seriously” and to aid us in finding solutions to these age-old challenges we humans invent. We will “rethink” and “re-construct” how we position ourselves in our work and our lives so that we might build bridges of trust with each other and with the clients with work with.

Educational objectives:

  • RECOGNIZE the spaces and/or cultures we inhabit individually as well as the various spaces or cultures our clients may inhabit.
  • NALYZE the oppressor within and ways this might be blocking us from building trust with one another and with our clients. (We will be using comedic tools to keep this light.)
  • IDENTIFY 3 ways our perspectives may be blocking us from building trust with each other and with our clients.
  • PROPOSE 1 way to re-think or re-construct the spaces we inhabit individually in order to build trust with each other and with our clients.

Come join Tracey Huguley and your colleagues in this workshop where we will be analyzing and breaking down old ways of inhabiting our spaces in this world (using play and comedic tools) in order to re-invent and re-construct bridges of trust toward each other and our clients. Workshop will be presented in ASL and English (2 different dates). Participants in need of special accommodations are asked to email [email protected]

Target audience:

Certified and pre-certified Interpreters

Professional ASL Interpreters


BEI and RID CEU’s available.

Click on ZOOM Link to see details. https://traceyhuguley.wordpress.com/featured-pages/courses/building-bridges-of-trust-course/


SALLY, Tracey Lynn Huguley’s play in development. Come to the rehearsal or reading or both.

Tracey is a classically trained performer. She has performed in films, on television, in commercials, in the theater, and in her own creative works.

She is also a playwright who is currently developing a full length play SALLY with a grant that she has been awarded three years in a row from the City of Austin Economic Development Cultural Arts Division. You can see the upcoming public rehearsals and readings for SALLY by checking this page for updates.

You can hire Tracey to bring her one woman show to your organization or event by filling out the contact form.

Tracey’s one woman show is about growing up with Deaf parents in the Deaf community. She can bring her one woman show to your organization to entertain and educate your audiences. Her one woman show addresses issues that are related to the larger issues of the human condition which connect us all.

Below is an excerpt from Tracey’s one woman show.

Date: Sunday, September 13, 2020
Time: 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm (Central time)
Time: 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm (Central time) rehearsal

Public Reading of play. All in ASL.

On Zoom. Register here for ZOOM link: https://traceyhuguley.wordpress.com/featured-pages/performances/sally/




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