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Trauma-Informed Practice Must Integrate Anti-Racist Work

contributed by Habeebah Rasheed Grimes, Chief Executive Officer Anti-Racist Work: An Imperative of Trauma-Informed Practice  I distinctly remember my earliest exposure to the concept of “trauma-informed care” and the notable absence of discussion, research findings and theory about how Black people, and other people of color, might have uniquely racialized experiences with trauma. In the
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Four Tips for Easing Quarantine Anxiety in Kids

Contributed by Ken Sieman, Director, Staff Development Coronavirus Means More Stress We are all living through a time unlike any other in our history. The coronavirus pandemic has, in a heartbeat, changed our lives. For those raising children, the impact has been especially profound. Parents are beset with health worries from the pandemic and financial
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New Yoga Series for At-Home Students

Today, PEP launched a web page featuring yoga videos created by PEP Phoenix paraprofessional, Ms. Barbarino. Students are currently unable to attend their Day Treatment Centers as a result of Gov. DeWine’s stay-at-home order and don’t have access to some of the opportunities that were formerly a part of their school day. “I wanted to
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