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Ethics and Religion Talk: Healing From Religious Trauma, part 2

by (Rabbi David J.B...)

Submitted 07-08-2019 under OPINION

This week, we present a second set of responses to a very important question raised by Lorri R.: “How should a person find healing if they were traumatized during early childhood religious experiences either by sexual abuse in the church, by...

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Ethics and Religion Talk: Healing From Religious Trauma, part 1

by (Rabbi David J.B...)

Submitted 06-24-2019 under OPINION

Here is one set of responses. I’ll have a second set of responses in a couple of weeks. Fred Stella, the Pracharak (Outreach Minister) for the West Michigan Hindu Temple, responds: “I would certainly recommend counseling, but I’d...

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Adoptee finds healing in lifelong journey through sharing story, seeking community

by (Adoptees Connect)

Submitted 10-09-2018 under PLACE-MATTERS

I often compared myself to a puzzle piece. At the beginning of my life, I went missing outside of the box, feeling like I don’t fit anywhere, unique to one puzzle somewhere out there, waiting to be placed back in perfect position. ...

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How yoga can help with trauma, anxiety, and depression: New class at Wealthy Theatre

by (gladdej3)

Submitted 09-07-2018 under NONPROFITS

What is Yoga? When people think of yoga, they often think of people in a yoga studio moving into challenging positions. Perhaps they think of people sitting in a circle chanting. Yoga can look like this, but it can also be a series of simple...

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Catalyst Radio: Heartside Ministry discusses art therapy program

by (Catalyst Radio)

Submitted 08-20-2018 under NONPROFITS

Heartside Ministries is looking forward to continuing with providing an Art Therapy program in the future starting again in September after the current 12 week program is finished. Details for the Art Therapy program at Heartside can be found in...

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Seeking safety for Black American males impacted by trauma

by (Urban Core Coll...)

Submitted 07-31-2018 under NONPROFITS

This feature has been written by Kerby Killingham, clinician and lead peer support specialist with the Seeking Safety Program at Family Outreach Center. Family Outreach Center is a member of the Urban Core Collective. “Time does not heal...

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Catalyst Radio: Tonight's [email protected] concert with The Bad Plus supports Pets For Vets

by (Catalyst Radio)

Submitted 12-12-2014 under NEWS

Don't have time to listen now? Download the mp3 and listen at your leisure.   INTERVIEW This episode of Catalyst Radio features the nonprofit Pets For Vets – the program that provides a second chance for shelter and other pets by...

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