THERAPIST PERSPECTIVES

 

Facilitator: Denice Crowe Clark

 

Trauma Informed Care

What happened to you versus What’s wrong with you… Can you imagine if this question was asked to individuals who have experienced racial inequalities, gender and sex inequalities, and towards individuals who have their political beliefs challenged. Trauma informed care

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Managing Stress

written by: Anne-Marie Bruton LPC We are living in an unusual time with increased stress due to COVID and world events. I would like to share several ways that may help you learn to manage your stress. 1. Develop Awareness:

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Compassion in the Time of COVID

By: Stephanie Featherston, M.Div., EdS, LPC   In the last few months, I have learned a great deal about myself.  I have learned that teaching was easier in the classroom, and that my children’s teachers are amazing people.  I have

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The Importance of Relationships

By: Travis Webster,  M.Div. You have probably heard the Leo Tolstoy quote: “All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.”  If you think about it, that sentiment might well extend to all relationships.  The

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