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Richard Franco: Sex, the Church, and Our Past

Sex is a scary word for most of us, and while many of us, if not all of us have had sex, it is one of the areas that we most shy away from.

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Jill Stamm: A Look at Both Trauma and Post-Traumatic Growth

There is now strong scientific knowledge that can help explain why trauma and disruptions in a child’s life can have lasting impacts - yet it may still feel overwhelming as we begin to try to address these facts.

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Rick Griffin: A Handful of ACEs: Beyond Adverse Childhood Experiences

The seminal Adverse Childhood Experience study helped us understand the trauma in homes.

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Rick Griffin: The Science of Trauma and Resilience: Know it before you blow it.

One of the paramount lessons we have learned from this current pandemic is the importance of getting the science right.

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Robert Rhoton Psy D., LPC, D.A.A.E.T.S: The science of trauma encourages human compassion

A discussion of the science of trauma, and how a true understanding of the science helps us see ourselves and others with a more compassionate eye. An Eye of grace.

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Brenna Durkin, Esq: Trauma as Seen from a Survivor's Perspective

I am a survivor. My father was killed in the line of duty when I was two years old. That traumatic event has shaped every day of my life to date.

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Brenna Durkin, Esq: Personal to Professional: How I took my personal trauma and turned it into a fulfilling career

My discussion will include a brief personal trauma history and expand into how it led to a career in child welfare.

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Meghan Hays Davis: The Unique Needs of Infants and Toddlers in Foster Care

“The baby is fine”, a common report of young children in foster care. Science and research tell us that young children have unique needs when faced with trauma and attachment disruptions caused by removal.

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Meghan Hays Davis: Connection Before Correction: Why Attachment Matters

Parenting is hard. Parenting children with trauma histories is a whole different ballgame.

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Claire Louge: Building Your Personal Resilience

Life is full of challenges - big and small. This training will focus on what it means to be resilient, and the qualities and practices that predict a person’s ability to thrive despite, or perhaps because of, challenges.

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