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Arien Smith Jun 15
You fought against horrific and you survived—I don’t know anything stronger than that. If you’re feeling weak, despite all you have pulled through, give this video a watch. It will help you see your strength.
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Ali Zeck Jun 10
So many of the people I work w/ are dealing with the aftermath of trauma & abuse. They have a hard time discerning what IS abusive behavior b/c that type of behavior is normalized to them. Let me be clear: the first sign of abuse is confusion in the victim.
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Sarah Peyton Jun 13
Some of the most useable research ever for recovering from ...
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Trauma Informed Scotland Jun 12
Hello! We’re here to create a space for those interested in the development of trauma informed practice and the creation of trauma informed environments. To share news, ideas, developments,ask questions, create connection.
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HelpFor Trauma Jun 12
Trauma is treatable. It doesn’t take years to do it.
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SaintGeorge&TheDragon 23m
Replying to @SaintgeorgeT
If say a girl is raped, maybe even as a child. Or a boy is abused. Or someone has bouts of serious depression because of . Or whichever it may be. The reality is, if that pain and memory, and the mark/stain of suffering went away. Well, I don't think would be.
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Dr. Lena Pearlman, LCSW Jun 7
informed support for - how can you apply these techniques?
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Lauren Fernandez 10h
This is evil on a whole other level. Lord, have mercy on this country. A FOUR MONTH OLD completely separated from both of his parents at the border. Now reunited, at 20 months now, he still can't walk on his own or talk.
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🍕FlukierDoughnut🍕 #Sharebox 14h
Anyone going to see tonight in Glasgow? I'm lonely 😂😂
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woozi(bot) Jun 16
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ISSTD 13h
Want to learn more about creative art therapy? Check out this great article!
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Mike Armiger - Education, Mental Health & Sport Jun 4
The children I've lived and worked with, are never deserving of the 'manipulative' label. Often they're using the model of behaviour and interaction they've been taught or how they've had to adapt to survive. I feel very strongly about the language we use.
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RTI 14h
For 3 years, we've worked with hundreds of families in struggling through a similar, seemingly endless eclipse of their very personhood. need not come from a sudden, high-intensity incident. Uncertainty can originate & compound it as well.
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Julius Edda 5h
We either digest trauma and lay waste to all of the poison inherent within it, or else we succumb to its bitter poison and live a life of misery, eternally reincarnating ourselves in the traumatic event molding the outer consciousness into bars to imprison us.
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Arizona Trauma Assoc 2h
Can you think of a creative way to use a bedsheet in the trauma room ? Dr. Prosser joins Dr. Sucher on this week’s with one brilliant technique - check back Wednesday!
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CHCS Jun 16
What should health care providers consider when screening patients for and ? This tool offers guidelines:  
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🍕FlukierDoughnut🍕 #Sharebox 6h
So I hurt like fuck. My voice is blown and my nose is totally fucked lol, but that was hands down the best gig I've ever been to! take a mother fucking bow holy fuck.
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Lesley Atwood 11h
Students impacted by need 25 repetitions of appropriate behavior to begin to change their negative or inappropriate behaviors.
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Dana Arcuri 5h
PTSD is NOT: ✅ A mental illness. ✅ A spiritual problem. ✅ A one time event. ✅ Cured by praying harder. ✅ Easily understood. ✅ Dictating your worth. Dear Survivor, You are courageous. You’re a fierce warrior!
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