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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Navigating the Unknowns: Living with Young Children, Part 2

In this episode, Dr. Paul Lanier has a conversation with Dr. Lindsay Huffhines about unique stressors for families during these difficult times and practical tips parents can use to support infants and toddlers in handling stress and emotions. Parents and caregivers will find this podcast helpful. Dr. Paul Lanier is the Wallace Kuralt Distinguished Associate…

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Navigating the Unknowns: Living with Young Children, Part 1

In this episode, Dr. Paul Lanier has a conversation with Julie Smith and Brooklyn Crawford, Clinical Home Visitors based in eastern North Carolina about challenges families are facing with parenting young children during difficult times. This conversation is followed by one with Maxine Eichner, the Graham Distinguished Professor of Law at University of North Carolina…

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Navigating the Unknowns: Grieving Loss

In this episode, Dr. Todd Jensen interviews Dr. Deborah Barrett, a licensed clinical social worker who has extensive experience conducting individual and group therapy. She shares her thoughts about family loss and grieving, particularly during the coronavirus outbreak. Dr. Jensen is a Family Research and Engagement Specialist in the Jordan Institute for Families and a…

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Parent and Practitioner Newsletter – Winter 2020

In this issue: Undercover Broccoli: Harnessing Summer’s Magic Wellness and Resilience for Youth in Our Digital World Let’s Talk About Dad’s Mental Health Big Tiny Teachers of Vulnerability and Strength The Science of Trauma: Pathways to Recovery The Little Yellow House Recognizing and Addressing Trauma in Children

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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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Parent Practitioner Newsletter Winter 2018

Parent & Practitioners Newsletter Winter 2018

Inside this Issue: YMCA Evening Center We Can’t Do It Alone Agencies Working to Ensure Community Safety Act Walking Thru Bullets Recognizing Parent Leaders Safe Streets-A Community Violence Prevention Program In Appreciation: FRIENDS Recognizes New PAC Alumni    

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