Something for the entire multi-disciplinary team: NCPTC is offering a webinar on Understanding Adverse Childhood Experience Research. This research is central to what we know about how violence impacts health, so again, if you’re looking for a great opportunity for some team continuing education, here’s a great one.
June 18, 2013 | 2 Comments
Hey–want to know something we suck at? Acknowledging and managing our own trauma from this work we do. Everyone I know in this field (including me) could probably do a better job at the whole self-care thing. And if you’re a program manager, you especially need to be concerned about this issue, because it’s critical [...]
There is *so* much in the news that is pretty fascinating. I tried to unplug this weekend, but when I was awake at 3am this morning there was plenty to keep me occupied, article-wise. What follow is just some of what I’ve been reading since last we spoke:
OJJDP is offering a webinar June 26th, Girls at Risk: A Trauma-Informed Approach. the session will be held from from 2-4pm ET (please note the 2 hour timeframe) and is free of charge.
Well, it’s hard to believe, but I won’t be stepping foot in an airport for 5 weeks. Just one road trip this week to spend some qulity time with the Army in Charlottesville, but aside from that, my work is all local. Gives me a little breathing room, and some time to catch up on [...]
Seeing that June 15th is World Elder Abuse Day, I thought I’d get a few posts up on the topic. First up is the Summer 2013 newsletter from the Resource Sharing Project, featuring 2 articles of interest: ”Providing Services to People Assaulted In Care Facilities” (PDF) by Holly Ramsey-Klawsnik, Ph.D and ”Responding to Older Victims of Sexual [...]
I had a comment by a reader recently regarding trauma-informed care and kids, in which she mentioned that trauma and trauma-informed care isn’t just limited to abuse and violence. Agreed, and in light of that comment, I figured I’d present a CE offering (for nurses) that looks at the issues in broader terms–this one from [...]
Head over to VAWnet for an excellent new blog post from them on the connection between sexting and sexual violence. Make sure to spend some time clicking thru the links, particularly their special collection, Safety and Privacy in a Digital World.
First off, thanks for the lovely comments and emails from last week’s post. I heart FHO readers in a big way. Secondly, I know it’s not Monday where most of you are, but it is Monday here (albeit really, really early on Monday here). So since I’m awake, how about a run down of what [...]
These next two weeks are going to be weird–going to Asia turns my head inside out, so bear with me, please. We’ll start this short week off with a great webinar. Wish I had had more notice on this one, but hopefully some of you will still be able to attend. The National Health Collaborative on [...]