Heritage Connections RESOURCES
The Heritage Connections Workbook is specially designed to help you connect with your cultural heritage. Maybe your family tree doesn’t go back very far. No problem! Don’t even know the names of your grandparents? No biggie! You can create connections with your ancestors simply by knowing the country or area of the world your family came from.
Join us and Angelica Lopez, as we explore why YOU should take advantage of the opportunity to connect to your heritage, your homelands, and your culture.
Join our discussion with Darren Parry, Utah State University Professor and former chairman of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation, exploring his experiences from connecting with his heritage and his insights into the psychological benefits he has witnessed from helping others connect to their culture and heritage.
Amy Nielson is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor. Her focus is on helping people identify and work through barriers that interfere with having a joyful life. She has been a counselor for over 10 years and worked in the social services field for 10 years before that.
Talking with Miya Jensen about discovering your “why” in family history. Finding healing and purpose in your family history research and connections.
What if you could teach your kids a foreign language even if you don’t speak one yourself?
From day one, you and your family can be talking in your dream language.
Seriously. From day one.
Tifani Clark grew up on a potato farm in Idaho where she had plenty of space to imagine and daydream. From a young age she was fascinated with learning about the past and loved to “dig deeper.” Naturally, she became an author.
Join us as we discuss the Psychological Benefits of Connecting and learn a 5 Minute “Mental Health Nugget” from Amy Nielson that we can implement into our daily lives. Then, stay on for our LIVE Q&A where you can ask any questions that you may have on the topic or on mental health in relation to connecting.
For parents raising bilingal kids who love reading, Spanish, and reading in Spanish
Watch an ordinary family travel back in time 120 years to immerse themselves in five decades of Australian history. Annabel Crabb guides the Ferrone family through history as they cook, eat and live, from Federation to the 1940s.