Events

A Funny Thing Happened… Climate and Resilience

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From Mandy Davis, LCSW, PhD, Director, Trauma Informed Oregon A funny thing happened on the way to writing this blog. The theme this quarter was to be Climate and Culture, one of the Four Essential Elements that focuses on how organizations build a climate and culture that embodies trauma informed A Funny Thing Happened… Climate and Resilience

988 and Creative Suicide Prevention

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From Diane Kaufman, MD, Child Psychiatrist, Founder-Director of the Arts & Healing Resiliency Center, Mind Matters, PC You can help raise awareness of 988, the new mental health crisis number. The song “Lift You Up” is a wonderful way to spread awareness of 988. Its loving compassion will encourage a 988 and Creative Suicide Prevention

The Peer Support Principle

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From Eva Dech, International Trainer with Intentional Peer Support, LLC Trauma Informed Application of the Term “Peer Support” In SAMHSA’s Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma Informed Approach , six principles are identified as fundamental and key to a trauma informed approach. These principles, one of which is The Peer Support Principle

Opening Remarks from the 2022 Day of Empathy Event

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From Nova Sweet, Oregon Ambassador, and her son Marco Brewer The following are transcripts of statements from the 2nd Day of Empathy, 2022, an annual event that mobilizes bipartisan support for a more humane justice system in the United States. Introductory Statement by Marco Brewer Good afternoon everyone. My name Opening Remarks from the 2022 Day of Empathy Event

Takeaways from the 2022 Day of Empathy Event

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From Mandy Davis, LCSW, PhD, Director, Trauma Informed Oregon I was honored and humbled to MC the 2nd Day of Empathy 2022 hosted by the Family Preservation Project and Dream Corps Justice – America’s largest community of justice-impacted activists who advocate for fearless solutions to our mass incarceration problem. We Takeaways from the 2022 Day of Empathy Event

Connecting and Relating

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From Mandy Davis, LCSW, PhD, Director, Trauma Informed Oregon It is 2022! Our newsletter theme – connecting and relating – was inspired by the survey TIO sent out in the Fall asking for your ideas for evolving trauma informed practices and how TIO could support your work. Three themes emerged Connecting and Relating

Nourishing Oregon’s TIC Network

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From Ana Hristić, MA, LCSW, Special Projects, Trauma Informed Oregon We’ve heard the call! TIO’s network of supporters, champions, trainers, and community partners have requested that TIO continue to provide a place for gathering, learning and celebration! In line with TIC, we honor that relationships serve as 1) a buffer Nourishing Oregon’s TIC Network

Suicide Prevention: Arts, Healing & Resiliency

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The Arts & Healing Resiliency Center, founder-director Diane Kaufman, MD Dear friends, September is Suicide Prevention Month. Everyday is Suicide Prevention Day. On behalf of saving lives, I am offering these resources to you. “Don’t Give Up” is a poignant and powerful song, animated video, and pubic service announcement on Suicide Prevention: Arts, Healing & Resiliency

Why I ROCK Girls Conference 2021

Why I Rock 2021

 Sherrelle Jackson, MSW, LCSW, Mom, Stepmom, Event Organizer The Why I ROCK Girls Conference celebrates its 5th anniversary this year. First featured in our TIO Newsletter in 2017, the Conference grew from 60 girls to more than 120 pre-COVID. Last year with COVID the in-person conference was canceled, but with Why I ROCK Girls Conference 2021

Preparing People for Climate Change in the Pacific Northwest

November 27, 2017 From Bob Doppelt, International Transformational Resilience Coalition Coordinator A sold out conference was held November 15–16 at Portland State University to launch a movement to make the Pacific Northwest the first trauma-informed human resilience-enhancing region in the US for climate change-enhanced—and other—traumas and toxic stresses. Preparing People Preparing People for Climate Change in the Pacific Northwest