I feel very lucky at my age to not have suffered many losses, deaths of loved ones. My grandparents are all gone, but my parents, my in-laws, my siblings and their spouses, and of course, my own husband, are all alive and well. Even my dogs are happily living their best lives. I haven’t suffered
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One of the biggest challenges as a trauma therapist, is being inundated with the next best intervention that will make a huge difference in the lives of your clients. It’s very seductive, as we tend to love our clients and want them to feel better as soon as possible. No one says they want to
Regardless of what your role is in your professional life or personal life, everyone is being affected in at least, one way with the events of 2020, whether it be the pandemic, the racial unrest, the political unrest; there are many things to choose from as stressors. Many are experiencing a vast array of negative
Back in October, I had a request to talk to Craig Cheetum from Channel 9 News here in Cincinnati about what I was seeing from my first responder clients in regards to the pandemic, and to some degree, the racial unrest that we were seeing across the country.I spoke with Mr. Cheetum over the phone
As social workers, we commit not only our professional careers, but our lives to core values and ethics, some of those include service, social justice, dignity and worth of the individual, the importance and centrality of human relationships, integrity and competence. We are committed to these core values for all; for those in our communities
As we wrap up the year, this is the second time I’ve been able to take time and reflect on what we’ve accomplished, what we have ALL accomplished together at Whole House. I was looking at Facebook this morning and saw that four years ago on December 28, 2015, I was in bed, post-surgery, binge