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Beyond Trauma: Healing Through Mindful Movement

Beyond Trauma: Healing Through Mindful Movement

Our own Dr. DiBlasio, as well as two additional members of The Safety Team were delighted to be interviewed on two international podcasts: Notice That and Beyond Trauma. These podcasts featured The Safety Team's trauma informed programs for both violence prevention...

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Sips of Air

Sips of Air

By Kerry Fantelli There you have been All these years Hiding many, if not most parts of you Taking in small sips of air so that others had enough Helium puffs That made your voice even smaller Slowly drifting Filled with gases of what you believed would make others...

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Dealing with Change

Dealing with Change

by Lindsay Fagan, M.S.W., LICSW As the seasons are changing, it can be an important time to reflect on the topic of change. It is true that all humans, throughout the course of their lifetime, experience change. Change can be positive in that it often leads to an end...

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Letting Go…..Gently

Letting Go…..Gently

Fall represents a special time of change. A fresh academic year begins for students, and many young adults head off to college. We have had two community members share their reflections about this transition. The first, a poignant piece by Cathy Catterson, can be...

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Exercise…and the Brain!

Exercise…and the Brain!

Dr. Lisa Angstman, a colleague and friend of Stone House, has summarized excerpts from Dr. Ratey's "must read" book titled: Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain: LIFE ENHANCING REASONS TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH EXERCISE: Our culture wrongly treats...

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MEMO

MEMO

This writing was sent in by a parent prior to sending her child off to college. It captures the bittersweet sentiment of many a parent in the process of letting go. Dear Bursar, I wanted to include a little information about my son with this tuition payment. However,...

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Emergency Straw

Emergency Straw

One of my primary objectives when raising my two boys was to instill a sort of calm.  No drama.  Nothing is serious–until it is. Today the universe handed me a reminder of the old objective.  I was digging around the glove compartment of my car and...

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Perspectives

Perspectives

“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.”—Anais Nin Perspective.  It alters everything. I have this sad, heavy heart feeling as my daughter returns to college for the remainder of her spring semester.   As I clean up the house, I can’t...

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