History. Culture. Trauma

History. Culture. Trauma

According to Resmaa Menakem, trauma decontextualized over time looks like culture.

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May 30, 2024 60 mins
Research has found that there is credibility to the term mind-body connection. There is a clear link between our thoughts, feelings, emotions and our physical body. At this point, should we, as a society, stop separating mental health and physical health? Are they not one in the same? Please join us this week as our guest, PACEs Connection's very own Dr. Donielle Prince, discusses the mind-body connection with our host Ingrid Cockh...
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This week's episode is an excerpt from a recorded interview of Dr. Bruce Perry conducted by our hosts, Ingrid Cockhren & Mathew Portell. The interview occurred on June 28th, 2022 and launched PACEs Connection's Connecting Communities One Book at a Time initiative. In this interview, Dr. Bruce Perry discusses his #1 New York Times Bestseller What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing (2021), which he co-a...
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This week our guest is Beth Tyson. Beth Tyson is a childhood trauma consultant and author. Our discussion will center on the state of infant and child mental health post-Covid. Beth Tyson, MA, is an international childhood trauma consultant, acclaimed author, CASA volunteer, and co-chair of the PA Child Abuse Prevention Team. With a background as a family-based trauma therapist, she honed her expertise in stabilizing mental healt...
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Long-time health, science and technology journalist Jane Stevens joins PACEs Connection CEO Ingrid Cockhren to do a deep dive into why people aren’t getting an accurate picture about violence in their communities. In fact, the state of violence reporting boils down to this: the news media is unintentionally providing misinformation about violence. Remarkably, the basics of crime reporting haven’t changed much since the late 1890s. ...
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Self-care has become a buzzword when discussing solutions to the mental health crisis in BIPOC communities. Is self-care enough to mitigate the impact of systemic racism, intergenerational poverty, and historical trauma? This week our guest is Candice Valenzuela. Candice will provide insight concerning the need for collective care to heal communities, especially communities struggling with systemic racism and historical trauma. C...
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Often lacking in funding and support, Black non-profit leaders are driving the work to liberate Black communities and bring in an age of equity and reconciliation. This week, we welcome Travis Claybrooks, founder and CEO of the Raphah Institute. Raphah Institute envisions a cradle-to-homeownership pipeline that has replaced the cradle-to-prison pipeline. Through partnerships and programming, Raphah helps marginalized community memb...
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America's culture of child abuse and neglect negatively impacts every aspect of American life. During April 2022, co-hosts Ingrid Cockhren and Mathew Portell examined America's history of child abuse and neglect and outlined how this history connects to our current child abuse crisis. Please join our hosts for an encore of part two of this series. This episode is dedicated to illuminating the systemic nature of child abuse and neg...
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Child abuse and neglect negatively impacts every aspect of American life. To honor Child Abuse Prevention Month, we will revisit a discussion between co-hosts, Ingrid Cockhren and Mathew Portell. In this 2-part conversation, Ingrid & Mathew examine America's history of child abuse and neglect and outline how this history connects to our current child abuse crisis. This episode is dedicated to illuminating the systemic nature of chi...
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In consideration of Women's History month, we will revisit our talk with Dr. Sandra Bloom. For the past forty years, Dr. Bloom has done pioneering work in the field of traumatic stress studies. From 1980-2001, Dr. Bloom served as Founder and Executive Director of the Sanctuary programs, inpatient psychiatric programs for the treatment of trauma-related emotional disorders and during those years was also President of the Alliance fo...
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As we continue to honor women in the worldwide PACEs movement, this week our guest is Beth Tyson. Beth Tyson is a childhood trauma consultant and author. Our discussion will center on the state of infant and child mental health post-Covid. Beth Tyson, MA, is an international childhood trauma consultant, acclaimed author, CASA volunteer, and co-chair of the PA Child Abuse Prevention Team. With a background as a family-based trau...
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In honor of Women's History Month, in this episode PACEs Connection tackles the importance of trauma-informed and trauma-sensitive schools with guest, Dr. Tyisha Noise. Dr. Noise and hosts, Ingrid Cockhren & Mathew Portell, dig into the paradigm shifts needed to change the landscape of our schools. Our nation's children are grappling with the stress of a global pandemic, our country's racial reckoning, a polarized political climat...
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This week, in honor of Women's History Month, we will speak with Elona Washington. Elona is the founder of The Author’s Journey, an award-winning marketing agency. Elona is a childhood trauma survivor who understands firsthand the challenges of revealing life's most intimate, personal moments. After self-publishing her memoir, she was catapulted in the public eye as a #metoo activist, appearing in the USA TODAY, Canadian Broadcasti...
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As we close out Black History Month, we must reflect on the vital role of Black non-profit leaders. Often lacking in funding and support, Black non-profit leaders are driving the work to liberate Black communities and bring in an age of equity and reconciliation. This week, we welcome Travis Claybrooks, founder and CEO of the Raphah Institute. Raphah Institute envisions a cradle-to-homeownership pipeline that has replaced the cradl...
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In this episode, Candice Valenzuela joins us again. Her last episode focused on self-care and minority mental health aired in 2022 and is one of our most popular episodes. We are excited to have her as a guest again. Candice and our hosts, Ingrid Cockhren & Mathew Portell will discuss the importance of healing intergenerational trauma. How can parents ensure that generational issues do not continue to impact future generations? Th...
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As our nation celebrates Black History Month, we at PACEs Connection believe it is appropriate to recognize the history of enslavement, discrimination, Jim Crow and domestic terrorism that Black people have endured. The resulting historical trauma of racism should be recognized and honored. This week's episode is an excerpt from a recorded interview of Dr. Bruce Perry conducted by our hosts, Ingrid Cockhren & Mathew Portell. The i...
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In this week's episode, we are excited to have Dr. Amy King. Amy King, PhD, is a licensed psychologist who provides training, consultation and education to professionals and organizations. She specializes in trauma-informed work and resilience building. Dr. King advises organizations around wellness, staff vitality and creating trauma-responsive spaces. Her specialties include working with professionals to help create resilient chi...
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We are excited to announce another episode of History. Culture. Trauma.! Our next conversation is with VictimFocus CEO & Sunday Times Bestselling author, Dr. Jessica Taylor. Late last year, the World Health Organization and the United Nations acknowledged that environmental factors played a large role in the current mental health epidemic. Also, with a new understanding of scientific colonialism and scientific racism, the questi...
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History. Culture. Trauma has returned! This episode is dedicated to the work of the Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy & Practice, known as CTIPP. CTIPP's mission is to create a healthy, just, resilient, and trauma-informed society where all individuals, families, and communities have the social, political, cultural, economic, and spiritual opportunities and support necessary to thrive. Our host, Ingrid Cockhren, will talk with...
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This week's episode focuses on how grief and mental health issues can be exacerbated by the holiday season. As we are emerging from the collective trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic, many have lost loved ones. And, even pre-pandemic, the holiday season was often a time of grief, loss and sadness. Our host Ingrid Cockhren will welcome former PACEs Connection team member and Grief & Wellness consultant, Gail Kennedy, and Yolo Cares for ...
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This week's episode focuses on how grief and mental health issues can be exacerbated by the holiday season. As we are emerging from the collective trauma of the COVID-19 pandemic, many have lost loved ones. And, even pre-pandemic, the holiday season was often a time of grief, loss and sadness. Our host Ingrid Cockhren will welcome former PACEs Connection team member and Grief & Wellness consultant, Gail Kennedy, and Yolo Cares for ...
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