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Beacon House Aug 5
How can we, as professionals & services, hold the idea that traumatised children often become parents with Complex PTSD, who need the same co-regulation, empathy & bottom up approach as they did when they were young?
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Kathy KendallTackett 1m
The August issue of Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy open sourced and ready to view. Get the latest in-depth articles on COVID-19.
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Jo Davies 7h
I got in the sink and "accidentally" turned on the tap 🤭🤭🤭 Me still very wet after being towel dryed. Momma's having a heart attack 😻😻😻
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Archives of Women’s Mental Health Aug 8
Out now: Posttraumatic symptoms following : associations with prenatal in subsequent pregnancies by Garthus-Niegel et al.
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Gail Gazelle, MD, MCC 19h
By healing our own wounds, we can create health in those around us. Not just in our families, but with our coworkers, communities, and everyone our lives touch. We can truly create the change we hope to see.
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AddictionWalks 24h
What makes us ? Dr. Marc Romano will explain on Monday 8pm EST live stream on and at ADDICTION WALKS
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Editorial office D+C Aug 8
Peace-work contributes to a healing process of collective trauma in Lebanon
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Laura Corbeth | Advocate Against Bullying Aug 5
TOXIC STRESS- it weakens brain architecture and can disrupt healthy development. Toxic stress happens when no supportive caregivers are around to buffer children’s response to repeated negative experiences.
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Sasa❤Suzy Aug 7
Wait.... that outfit.... 🤣🤣
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Editorial office D+C Aug 6
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C. Ossefort-Russell Aug 7
Bereavement, terminal illness, violence, mental illness — these are only a handful of irrevocable life events that can yield indescribable suffering & in everyday lives. There is simply no “making it better” when someone has sustained this kind of .
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Ashley Lawson Aug 8
“We also learned trauma affects the imagination. Without imagination there is no hope, no chance to envision a better future, no place to go, no goal to reach.”
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Gayle J. Greenlea 12h
“The scientific evidence is clear: to truly thrive in life, you need to be able to trust others. Trust is not just attitudinal – it is a biological state. I believe that every adult who works with children has a moral responsibility to understand the science of .”
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Laura Corbeth | Advocate Against Bullying Aug 8
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Dr Maria Lotty Aug 8
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The hardest part of my journey in substance use/addiction wasn't the , it was getting over the that kept leading me back to the drugs. My worst days today are far better than my best days in addiction.
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Jenny Rogers Aug 7
We ran the second of our free catch-up review of informed coaching this week. Great group of coaches! We shared ideas about reducing our own anxieties.
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Silent Voices Ireland Aug 7
"I wasn’t afraid of my father but I hated the person he became when he was drunk." We have a new story of and its impact from 'Anthony' who says that problems in childhood likely led to recent mental health problems.
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