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Janet Roche

Janet Roche
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Molly Pierce

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Trauma-informed Design Evaluation Tool for K-12 Schools Is Here!

Christine Cowart ·
The Trauma-informed Design Society is pleased to announce the new TiDEvalK12 tool ! This tool is the first of its kind--an evidence-based tool to facilitate interior design renovations and new builds of K-12 schools! It can be used to evaluate the physical space and identify changes that can lower the stress levels of students and staff. The tool is grounded in the Substance and Mental Health Services Administrations' guidance for a trauma-informed approach, the Trauma-informed Design (TiD)...
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Buildings That Can Heal in the Wake of Trauma

Christine Cowart ·
Trauma-informed Design was featured by Bloomberg CityLab in this article, by Zach Mortice, that highlights the work going on across the sector by Rev. Laura AG Rossbert, Erin K. Peavey, Alina Osnaga, as well as our own at the Trauma-informed Design Society and Trauma-informed Design Consultants.
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The 2023 Creating Resilient Communities Accelerator Program is now Open For Registration

PACEs Connection is excited to kick off our 2023 Creating Resilient Communities (CRC) Annual Accelerator Program.
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The 2023 Creating Resilient Communities Summer Curriculum is Now Open for Registration

PACEs Connection is excited to roll out our summer 2023 *CRC* curriculum dates. Members who complete the CRC will qualify for a fall 2023 fellowship program.
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Summer Happenings!

Christine Cowart ·
Lazy days of summer? Not around here! At Cowart Trauma Informed Partnership, we've been busy laying the groundwork for the exciting season ahead! We're announcing upcoming courses, scheduling professional development sessions, planning a roadshow, and offering new opportunities for individuals interested in joining our research team!
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How School Design Can Help Children Feel Safe

Christine Cowart ·
Trauma-sensitive design can create safety and comfort, essential for learning. Thoughtfully designed school environments can help children soothe themselves and cope with triggers. Trauma-informed design can help all children—not just those who have undergone trauma.
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Buildings that Heal

Christine Cowart ·
Prisons and homeless shelters aren't known for their beautiful aesthetic, but a new architectural movement is changing that, building sanctuaries to aid the post-traumatic growth of the most vulnerable in society. An architectural movement, known as trauma-informed design (TID), has emerged to counterbalance dehumanising design - and it's gaining pace, creating beautiful buildings for some of the people who need it most.
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Fai Hammond

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Carey Sipp

Carey Sipp
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Dani Allen

Dani Allen
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Briana Derr

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Plans afoot to bring stability to PACEs Connection

Carey Sipp ·
To all of you, who, like me, love this website and want to see it and its communities flourish as we work to prevent and heal trauma; build resiliency: please know there is a move afoot by a small group of strategic partners to find a suitable host for PACEs Connection. More will be announced in the coming days. In the meantime, friends, we are figuring out email addresses and other communications logistics and opportunities. PEACE! Carey Sipp, former director of strategic partnerships ...
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