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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Illustrated A Caring Adult Makes a Difference in a Child’s Life

A Caring Adult Makes a Difference in a Child’s Life Known as “My Secret Life” – Beth’s story has won 3 Telly Awards for 2019. They include: Gold Telly in Social Video: Fully animated piece Silver Telly in Social Video: Public Service and Activism Bronze Telly in Online: Fully animated piece For more information about…

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Historical Trauma Among African Americans, ACEs, and Hope

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The traumatic history of African Americans, how Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) compound multi-generational trauma, and what hope looks like are considered in this podcast. Three experts from the Centers for Disease Control, the National Child Traumatic Stress Center, NC State University, and a local Head Start Program provide evidenced-based information on ACES, historical trauma and…

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September 2019 PLC: HOPE Conquers ACEs

New evidence demonstrates that positive childhood experiences can prevent toxic stress and promote the resilience needed to overcome childhood trauma.  This webinar explores the HOPE — Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences approach. Presenters: Dr. Robert Sege, Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics Tufts University School of Medicine Roger Sherman, Executive Director Idaho Children’s Trust Fund &…

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