Historical Trauma Among African Americans, Radical Healing, and Resilience Pt. 1

Dr. Isaiah Pickens, clinical psychologist, founder and CEO of iOpening Enterprises, facilitates an important discussion with two of his colleagues, Dr. Riana Anderson, Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan, School of Public Health, and Dr. Shawn C.T. Jones, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University. The first podcast of this three-part series Historical…

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Historical Trauma Among African Americans, Radical Healing, and Resilience Pt. 2

Dr. Isaiah Pickens, clinical psychologist, founder and CEO of iOpening Enterprises, facilitates an important discussion with two of his colleagues, Dr. Riana Anderson, Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan, School of Public Health, and Dr. Shawn C.T. Jones, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University. The second podcast of this three-part series Historical…

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Historical Trauma Among African Americans, Radical Healing, and Resilience Pt. 3

Dr. Isaiah Pickens, clinical psychologist, founder and CEO of iOpening Enterprises, facilitates an important discussion with two of his colleagues, Dr. Riana Anderson, Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan, School of Public Health, and Dr. Shawn C.T. Jones, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Virginia Commonwealth University. The third and final podcast of this three-part…

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What We’ve Learned Together About Building Partnerships

Part of the Sharing the Journey Voices of Parents and Practitioners series. A roundtable conversation between parents and practitioners who share the strategies, challenges, and benefits of taking on leadership roles and collaborating together to prevent child maltreatment and strengthen communities.

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Reflections from Parent Leaders

Part of the Sharing the Journey Voices of Parents and Practitioners series. A conversation between two parent leaders who share how they utilized their lived experience and expertise and partnered with practitioners to strengthen their families, communities, and programs.

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Perspectives from Practitioners

Part of the Sharing the Journey Voices of Parents and Practitioners series.  A conversation between two practitioners who discuss how collaborating with parent leaders makes a difference in state and local child abuse and neglect prevention efforts.

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Wisconsin Evaluation Brief

2020 Evaluation Brief on Evidence-based Parent Education program – Triple P – Positive Parenting Program funded by the CBCAP State Lead Agency.

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