“Pirates” - Live at the River Ledge
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by Michael Skinner
9M ago
“ Pirates” - A song I wrote about facing adversity - the 'pirates' in our lives & the journey[s] we embark upon - we are resilient & resourceful. Please do click the Subscribe & Bell button to my You Tube channel - more songs and ' lessons learned ' about healing from Trauma, Abuse and Mental Health to be shared very soon. Thank you, Michael Pirates - Live at the River Ledge - YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us6ucfwRAtA “ PIRATES” © Michael Skinner Walking down to the ..read more
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The Mirroring Between Individual and Collective Trauma Healing
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by Cheryl Step
10M ago
Remembering past trauma begins the “re-membering” process of taking our fragmented pieces and putting them back together. This applies to individuals with trauma, as well as the collective traumas we experience in societies and our world. Remembering trauma is a growth process because the memories open the door to putting all the pieces together which leads to our healing. We know that our physiological reactions to trauma are held in our bodies and DNA. As individuals, before we can begin ..read more
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Join Ingrid Cockhren in Discussing Adolescents, Attachment, & ACEs Science!
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by Emily P Jackson
10M ago
Adolescents, Attachment & ACEs Science In this webinar the new PACES Connection CEO, Ingrid Cockhren, will explore the connection between advise childhood experiences, trauma, attachment styles and various types of abuse in dating and romantic relationships. She will examine the systemic nature of trauma and adversity and how early adversity is a root cause of poor relationship outcomes in adolescence and early adulthood. This webinar will also outline systemic solutions for populations ..read more
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The Importance of Promoting Team Resilience (thriveglobal.com)
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by Dana Brown (PACEs Connection Staff)
1y ago
Psychologists who have studied resilience define it typically as “the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy [and threats].” Each individual’s capacity for personal resilience is highly dependent on the person’s mental and emotional makeup. The science of team resilience, however, is not so well established. What we have found at Go Forward to Work (GFTW) Institute is that teams’ adaptability under adverse conditions has much more to do with healthy team ..read more
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WEBINAR: Strengthening Social-Emotional Wellbeing for Youth in Care
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by Esther Barton
1y ago
In today's uncertain times, many youth experience housing insecurity, unstable or unsafe relationships, and toxic stress. Social and emotional wellbeing can help these young people overcome adversity, heal from trauma, and build resilience, thereby increasing their hopes for the future. Learning and practicing mindfulness skills can be the pathway to increasing self-regulation, building healthy relationships, and increasing resilience. The question is how can youth move towards social and ..read more
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To Resolve Conflicts, Get Up and Move [greatergood.berkeley.edu]
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by Gail Kennedy (PACEs Connection Staff)
1y ago
By Peter T. Coleman, Greater Good Magazine, February 8, 2022 In 2006, I joined a group of about 40 peace experts in a small remote village in Poland called Kazimierz, a historic haven for Jews in a predominantly Catholic region of the world. There Andrea Bartoli, an accomplished peacemaker and devout Catholic who works tirelessly around the world to reduce deadly conflict, made an hour-long presentation arguing that because highly contentious conflicts can become so constricting—in terms of ..read more
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A Trauma Informed Focus On Employee Well-Being
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by Chuck Price
1y ago
Organizations, agencies, departments, businesses, and industries, the list goes on and on. They all seem to be struggling with employee retention, recruitment, and issues of burnout. If we were to take a peek into the organizational cultures of these organizations I'm wondering if we would find a culture that is thriving or surviving? Do they care for their employees through a human lens, or as just a number? Do they employ compassion or authority when managing employees? A trauma-informed ..read more
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Black History Month 2K22- NEW Trainings!
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by Iya Affo
1y ago
In Honor of Black History Month 2k22 Please Enjoy the Following NEW Trainings: Facilitating a Full Expression of Resilience: BIPOC are resilient. In learning how trauma is formed and passed from one generation to the next in our communities, we will understand how to facilitate a full expression of resilience in vulnerable communities. This course takes a deep dive into the reality of flight or fight mode and how many people enduring oppression, discrimination and hate live with a constant ..read more
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The Surviving Spirit Newsletter January 2022
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by Michael Skinner
1y ago
Healing the Mind, Body & Spirit Through the Creative Arts, Education & Advocacy Hope, Healing & Help for Trauma, Abuse & Mental Health “ Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars”. Kahlil Gibran The Surviving Spirit Newsletter Hi Folks, The latest edition of the Surviving Spirit Newsletter - sharing Hope and Healing Resources for Trauma, Abuse & Mental Health is posted at the website ..read more
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Workforce Trauma, Shortages, and Retention Are Interprofessional Challenges: Resolution Tactics
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by Ellen Fink-Samnick
1y ago
Global data emphasizes the impact of chronic and recurrent COVID-waves for front-line physicians and nurses; no doubt these disciplines have endured, and continue to take a powerful hit; >80% ready to leave the industry. Concern exists whether there will be enough practitioners to render care. However, what of other disciplines? Disregard for the health, mental health, and well-being of all members of the workforce is a grave concern ..read more
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