Monthly Archives: January 2015

Play is Powerful

By Liz Wine “Do you make toys in here?” “Wow, it’s like Disneyland!” “Cool office!” These are all comments that non-clients have stated about my office at school, even the older students know this is a special place that is unlike … Continue reading

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Adult Children of Alcoholics

By Dee Marsh Did you grow up with someone who abused alcohol?  Chances are you are experiencing certain characteristics and behaviors that are getting in the way of living life to the fullest. The problem with alcohol abuse is not … Continue reading

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Putting a voice to human trafficking

Our guest blogger this week is Ashley Clark, Community Advocate and Resource Specialist at Youthville Secure Care.  Secure Care is a residential program  designed to serve girls, ages 10 – 18, who have chronic runaway behaviors and often, involvement in … Continue reading

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We ask, “What happened to that person?” instead of “What is wrong with that person?”

By Michelle Scheu This is the first in a series of posts on trauma and trauma informed culture. Look for future posts from me and some special guest bloggers over the next several months! If asked for a definition of … Continue reading

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