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A New Resource on ACE

Denice Colson ·
While research shows that being a part of a faith-based community increases emotional and even physical health, church members are neither exempt nor automatically healed from the impact of childhood and adult adversity. I have written an new book, Break EVERY Stinking Chain! Healing For Hidden Wounds , available on Amazon.com which discusses ACE in detail and integrates Christian scripture and faith as a means of recovery. It is currently available as an ebook and in paperback. I have been...
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Checklist for Evaluating Current Investigation Teams

Catherine Thompson-Darnell ·
  Checklist for Evaluating Current Investigation Teams   1) All credible allegations of criminal abuse are reported to Yes No a)  Appropriate law enforcement in the country in which the abuse occurred ☐ ☐ b)  Appropriate law...
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Moving Beyond Trauma-Informed

Denice Colson ·
There are four levels of development in treating psychological trauma. Being trauma-informed: This is a broad stroke meaning that you recognize that trauma is a pivotal experience in your client’s lives and yours. Adopting a trauma-informed approach: Now that you have recognition of the importance of trauma in your client’s life, you should want to make some changes in the way you practice. At this level, you need to make an intentional shift in your approach from one that asks, “What’s...
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Yoga Transformed Me After Trauma and Sexual Assault [yogajournal.com]

Laura Pinhey ·
Laura's note: This story of sheer determination of transformation of self and community in the face of personal trauma AND systemic racism is breathtaking. Be warned: it may blow you away, as it did me. As a child, Ebony Smith survived sexual assault but didn’t have the tools to cope with the trauma until years later, when she found yoga. Now, she’s bringing the practice to her community, and others in crisis. Exactly 247 people came to practice yoga with me today. Why is that such a big...
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Re: A New Resource on ACE

Hi Denice, Please share if you've posted your wonderful book you've authored on our Books! group on ACEs Connection. https://www.acesconnection.com/g/books Our ministries have such an excellent platform for helping those in pain with their healing journey. Many blessings to you Denice... In gratitude, Dana
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Re: A Better Way Seminar

Dianne Couts ·
The seminar starts on Friday evening and continues through Saturday afternoon.
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Hope Anne Dueck ·
Looking forward to seeing you there!
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Re: A Better Way Seminar

Hope Anne Dueck ·
Please note this event has been CANCELLED due to the Covid-19 restrictions. It will be re-planned when it safe to do so. Thank you for understanding!
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Re: Does Childhood Trauma Affect Our Relationship With God?

Liz Brimm ·
Keep gowing your business, Chris. God excels at trauma informed leadership and even peer relationships. Post all the God stuff you want, but maybe separate most of it from your business posts. Yaaaa, You! Yaaaa, God! Your fan, Rev. Liz Brimm "God is love." 1 John 4:8 Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
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Re: Does Childhood Trauma Affect Our Relationship With God?

Dale Fletcher ·
Thanks for this post... and the more complete one on your website. Chris, I’d encourage you to consider making comments available for your website visitors to make. This would create a healthy dialogue about your topics.. be well, Dale
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Does Childhood Trauma Affect Our Relationship With God?

Christopher Freeze ·
As I share with you some of the multiple authors’ insights from the journal article, I would like you to think about what you know about physical and emotional abuse and neglect. Then think about how human relationships, especially with a father or father-figure, are affected and see if you agree with the authors’ conclusions when it comes to a person’s worship of, relationship with, or picture of God.
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Re: Does Childhood Trauma Affect Our Relationship With God?

Andrea Symes ·
" Does childhood trauma affect our relationship with God?", I believe it can make a positive or negative impact depending on the relationship that a person has with Him. If you are a religious person you will solely rely on God to help you through the trauma. Conversely if you don't believe in God you may blame God for what has happened despite the fact it is not His fault. I'm not sure I understand your question regarding mixing social media being secular or sacred. Social media is what you...
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The Disconnect of Trauma and the Lies We Follow

Michael Skinner ·
Honored to be part of the Survivor Stories event hosted by Michael Broussard of Ask a Survivor. Performing two songs of mine and sharing the back story to their creation - "Songs For The Keys To Your Life"and "When Your Heart Follows A Lie" “ Go to where the silence is and say something.” - Amy Goodman Survivor Stories- Michael Skinner - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehkz2kkkIa4&t=40s Take care and share as you wish...Michael Skinner A diagnosis is not a destiny “ Our lives begin to...
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Podcast hosts?

Tammy Kennington ·
Good morning, everyone. As a writer and speaker who has recovered from childhood, I advocate for children and survivors. Can any of you recommend faith-based podcast hosts who are currently looking for guests to speak about ACES and/or healing from childhood abuse/trauma? Thanks and happy Easter! Blessings, Tammy Kennington, MAT,CALT www.tammykennington.com
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