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CRM Trainings Underway!

Mebane Boyd ·
On the 27th and 28th of November, 60 individuals representing a variety of systems and services across New Hanover County were trained in a one-day training of the Community Resiliency Model (CRM). Lauren Clark and Jesse Hardin of Community Care of the Lower Cape Fear conducted the training that was funded by SEAHEC and Smart Start of New Hanover County. Carousel Center provided refreshments and lunch for the groups. The goal is for 30 of those receiving this one day training to move on to...
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Great People Think Alike!

Mebane Boyd ·
This weekend, four (count them, four!) individuals sent me a link to this article. It is heart-warming and exciting to know that so many people are reading literature on trauma-informed work (on the weekend, no less!) and connect the dots to know that this was an important article! Thanks to all! https://www.kqed.org/mindshift/52881/why-mindfulness-and-trauma-informed-teaching-dont-always-go-together
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Secondary Stress in the School Community

Mebane Boyd ·
Here is a great article about the secondary stress that providers in the schools experience, and some ideas on things to do to help. https://www.kqed.org/mindshift/52281/secondary-traumatic-stress-for-educators-understanding-and-mitigating-the-effects
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Re: CRM Trainings Underway!

Terrific update, Mebane!
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Re: Great People Think Alike!

Jane Morrow ·
I think this article had some great points but the title was misleading. It is not that mindfulness and trauma-informed don't go together - it is that misused or misunderstood mindfulness implementation can be upsetting for some. The article says "Forcing students to engage with the practice in prescribed ways may do more harm than good, especially if the student has experienced trauma." Yes, that is clearly so. But mindfulness is not about forcing anyone to do anything much less in a...
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