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The Vital Importance of Black Non-profit Leaders on History. Culture. Trauma. Thursday at 1 p.m. PDT

As we close out Black History Month, we must reflect on the vital role of Black non-profit leaders. Often lacking in funding and support, Black non-profit leaders are driving the work to liberate Black communities and bring in an age of equity and reconciliation. This week, we welcome Travis Claybrooks , founder and CEO of the Raphah Institute. Raphah Institute envisions a cradle-to-homeownership pipeline that has replaced the cradle-to-prison pipeline. Through partnerships and programming,...

Federal HHS Equity Action Plan Advances Amid New Data on Discrimination by the Health Care Workforce

There's much to follow on the current health equity radar, from advancement of the HHS’s Equity Action Plan to concerning data validating the high incidence of discrimination by the health workforce toward patients. The onset of stress and vicarious trauma for staff witnessing these events was also identified. Each of these actions will provide pause to even the most seasoned health equity warrior.

Encore Episode of History. Culture. Trauma.! Dr. Bruce Perry Historical Trauma & What Happened to You?

We are excited to announce an encore episode of History. Culture. Trauma. ! Our next conversation is an encore episode featuring an excerpt of an interview with best-selling author and developer of the Neurosequential Model, Dr. Bruce Perry . As our nation celebrates Black History Month, we at PACEs Connection believe it is appropriate to recognize the history of enslavement, discrimination, Jim Crow and domestic terrorism that Black people have endured. The resulting historical trauma of...

New Episode of History. Culture. Trauma.! Amy King, PhD. What is Early Relational Health?

We are excited to announce another episode of History. Culture. Trauma. ! Our next conversation is with author of the upcoming book, The Trauma Informed Pediatric Practice: A Resilience-Based Roadmap to Foster Early Relational Health, Dr. Amy King . In this week's episode, we are excited to have Dr. Amy King. Amy King, PhD, is a licensed psychologist who provides training, consultation and education to professionals and organizations. She specializes in trauma-informed work and resilience...

"History. Culture. Trauma." Podcast New Episode: Processing Grief During the Holidays.

This week's episode focuses on how grief and mental health issues can be exacerbated by the holiday season. As we are emerging from the collective trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic, many have lost loved ones. And, even pre-pandemic, the holiday season was often a time of grief, loss and sadness. Our host Ingrid Cockhren will welcome former PACEs Connection team member and Grief & Wellness consultant, Gail Kennedy, and Yolo Cares for Kids Grief Specialist, Elisa Stone to discuss effective...

"History. Culture. Trauma." Podcast Encore Episode: The News Media Suck at Violence Reporting. How can media also heal?

As we wind down the year, let's reflect on the success of our podcast. In the last year, HCT has reached over 30,000 people. We are grateful! Here is an encore of our very first episode. Long-time health, science and technology journalist and PACEs Connection founder Jane Stevens joins PACEs Connection CEO Ingrid Cockhren to do a deep dive into why people aren’t getting an accurate picture about violence in their communities in this encore episode — our first episode, in fact — which was...

This Week on ‘History. Culture. Trauma.’ podcast: Getting to Root Cause with C-PTSD Expert and Author Mary Giuliani

"It's Not About Food, Drugs, or Alcohol: It's About Healing Complex PTSD", a new book by PACEs Connection member Mary Giuiliani, launches next week. For a preview of what the longtime student of ACEs science, now PACEs science, shares in her revealing “teaching memoir”, tune into our ‘History. Culture. Trauma.’ podcast for a lively conversation between Giuilani and hosts Ingrid Cockhren and Mathew Portell this Thursday at 1 p.m. PT. In the book—chock-full of quotes from top experts on the...

Encore: Join Dr. Bob Sege for History. Culture. Trauma. — on Thursday, November 30th 1pm PT/4 pm ET.

This week PACEs Connection will air an encore of Ingrid Cockhren, CEO of PACEs Connection, and Mathew Portell, director of education & outreach, speaking with Dr. Robert Sege . Robert Sege, MD, Ph.D. and p rofessor of pediatrics and medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine, where he directs the Center for Community-engaged Medicine, and is a core faculty member of the Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute. Sege is also a Senio r Fellow at the Center for the Study of...

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