NSVRC staff talk with Sevonna Brown, Assistant Executive Director for Black Women’s Blueprint about their research on the link between sexual violence and reproductive health.
Video describing one school’s effort to change the way they respond to challenging student behavior using trauma-informed practices
Video advocating for a living wage for personal care attendents and direct support professionals of people with disabilities
Recording of virtual event, “Experiences of Black Disabled People During & After Disasters: A Global Conversation”, held by the Global Alliance for Disaster Resource Acceleration (GADRA) including universal sign language and closed captions.
The Facing History virtual Community Conversation Series, actor and activist George Takei discusses his family’s wrongful incarceration during World War II and how we can all take action against anti-Asian racism on the rise today.
Dr Treisman talks about the importance of forging good relationships and effective society-wide systems when it comes to understanding and healing trauma.
A documnetary on implementing trauma informed care in a high school
video of child in child welfare system and role trauma has on how she is behaving
A documentary on the science of psychological resilience
Searching for Angela is a beautiful and informative documentary from the perspective of Angela Shelton on the topics of trauma, abuse and healing.
Bessel van der Kolk discusses how trauma effects the body, and how the body keeps the score.
This video by compassion researcher Kristin Neff describes how to practice self-compassion and easy suffering we must first accept and be “OK” with the the suffering that is present.
A video on the concept of self-compassion
Animated video on trauma’s impact on the brain
Paul Abernathy describes how trauma informed care can be and has been used in community development. They describe examples from Pittsburgh.
Most homeless shelters today are poorly designed – their lack of privacy and clinical aesthetic more likely to induce distress than help with it. In this talk, homeless advocate Brandi Tuck makes the case for trauma-informed designs that can transform these spaces and help boost the well-being of their inhabitants.
Video on the research on the longest study of human develop on what predicts health and happiness
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