Tagged With "Children"

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3rd Annual Family Resilience Conference

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Loving foster homes repaired brain damage of Romanian orphans

Aniela Zygmont Glinski ·
The haunting pictures of Romanian Orphans in their cribs, wincing in pain from AIDS and neglect, are shown throughout a recent article in a UK online news publication.  Partly as a result of a ban on birth control and abortions during the...
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Philly.com- Is Poverty a Crime?

Shoshana Akins ·
I just posted this over in the larger ACEs Connection site but I wanted to link it here as well since Philadelphia ACEs Connection is linked in the Philly.com article!   This is a  fantastic piece  written on Philly.com's the Public's...
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Communicating Through Play

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Depression in Young Children

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Nurturing Resilient Children

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Grieving Children: What Do They Need?

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Depression in Young Children

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Depression in Young Children

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Re: The Impact of Homelessness on Children and Families

Maggie Litgen ·
Will there be any capacity to broadcast this so that people outside of Philadelphia can gain this knowledge? Sounds like a really wonderful program. Thanks!
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Building Resilience in Children - 20 Practical, Powerful Strategies (backed by science)

Pam Hansen ·
This is an accessible, practical article. After a brief definition and explanation of resilience, it gives 20 easy, realistic strategies for building resilience in children. Share this with everyone you know! http://www.heysigmund.com/building-resilience-children/
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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Violence Prevention Specialist for CHOP

Leslie Lieberman ·
The Violence Intervention Program (VIP) at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is an innovative program that brings the medical home to the patient’s home. VIP establishes a direct and sustainable connection between the hospital and the community through individual and family-directed interventions. We employ a trauma-informed approach in working with 8-18 year old patients who recently received care in the CHOP Emergency Department (ED) or Trauma Unit for an injury due to...
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Ordinary Magic-Resiliency Research - The Power of Connection

Michael McKnight ·
Resilience and Positive Psychology The message from three decades of research on resilience underscores central themes of the positive psychology movement (Seligman & Csikszentmihalyi, 2000; Snyder & Lopez, in press). Psychology has neglected important phenomena in human adaptation and development during periods of focus on risk, problems, pathology, and treatment. Attention to human capabilities and adaptive systems that promote healthy development and functioning have the potential...
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Re: Ordinary Magic-Resiliency Research - The Power of Connection

Dana Brown ·
Thank you Michael for sharing your powerful post! Please know I cross-posted on our ACEs in Education group. Really appreciating the graphic from the Department of Education in Ohio, I'll be embedding into my curriculum development. With your poignant quote from Tracy Kidder, my thoughts would be to expand to all of us our opportunity and responsibility of being the "teacher" in the lives of whom we serve, and who we love, on our healing journeys. We are all students - we are all teachers.
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Re: Ordinary Magic-Resiliency Research - The Power of Connection

Christine Cissy White ·
Hi Gail: I hope you are having a great week. This is a g ood reminder for teachers as well as parents. Can it be cloned to Parenting with ACEs? Cis
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