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Anitha Iyer, PhD 24 Oct 15
Amazed, humbled, and inspired at the 2015 NASCOD/CUSA conference.
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Sandri Kramer 24 Oct 15
Awesome and super interactive workshop on trauma informed care
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Contact USA 24 Oct 15
John Reusser from Idaho: I'm going to see the Kurt Vile and Waxahatchee show at St Andrews @ 9:30- 2 blocks away.
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elizabeth 22 Oct 15
...to the motor city for NASCOD
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Contact USA 24 Oct 15
Connectedness usefulness acquired ability for self care
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Andrea 24 Oct 15
All these tweets and tweeps make me wish I was there with you......way to go, everyone! Greetings from Germany!
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Contact USA 24 Oct 15
Trauma informed care is customer service focused
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Amelia Lehto 24 Oct 15
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John Reusser 21 Oct 15
Excited to be heading to to see all my CUSA & NASCOD peeps!
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Jennifer Battle 24 Oct 15
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Jennifer Battle 24 Oct 15
What we do is magical, but it is not magic.
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Andrea 24 Oct 15
Replying to @battle4justice
Yup!!“:Excellent tool you can use with your team to check for compassion fatigue/burnout.
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Justin Chase 24 Oct 15
"We are too focused on 'stopping Suicide' we miss the whole person."
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NASCOD 23 Oct 15
3 minutes ago SAMHSA's Suicide Safe app for providers
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Kris 21 Oct 15
One day I will go to a mental health conference ONE DAY
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Andy Brown 24 Oct 15
Survey of 107 victims of shows 41% attempt suicide, many even after escaping.
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Chris Maxwell 24 Oct 15
. Checking out the silent auction items. I think he found his favorite.
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Andy Brown 24 Oct 15
shares message of "Hopeology instead of Suicidology" flip the script make lives worth living.
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Justin Chase 22 Oct 15
representing at the Motown Museum
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elizabeth 22 Oct 15
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