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ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences)

Becky Haas' Building a Trauma Informed System of Care Toolkit
Becky Haas' Help Navigating the Road to Community Resiliency
Becky Haas' How does a regional healthcare organization integrate trauma-informed care?
Becky Haas' Trauma-Responsive Education Is Changing School Culture
Becky Haas' Police Reform Should Include Implementing ACEs Science
Becky Haas: Author, Speaker, Trainer


Dr. Leslie Cole's Quit Pain Pills Without the Withdrawal (scroll down to the Depression section for links)


Paulette Tomasson's Walking in the Sky series

Children’s book author Paulette Tomasson has published two works: Walking in the Sky: Polly’s Adventure and Walking in the Sky: Pepe’s Adventure. Each book follows a child who feels alone and out of place, until they go on a journey, meet new friends, and discover a sense of belonging. These books make wonderful gifts for young readers, and a portion of the profits for each will be donated to help children around the world.

Crisis Response Training

Shelly Pinomaki's Crisis Response Training: Intro to CARES

Dr. Jamie Marich's Trauma and the 12 Steps

An inclusive, research-based guide to working the 12 steps: a trauma-informed approach for clinicians, sponsors, and those in recovery.

Step 1: You admit that you're powerless over your addiction. Now what?

12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) have helped countless people on the path to recovery. But many still feel that 12-step programs aren't for them: that the spiritual emphasis is too narrow, the modality too old-school, the setting too triggering, or the space too exclusive. Some struggle with an addict label that can eclipse the histories, traumas, and experiences that feed into addiction, or dismisses the effects of adverse experiences like trauma in the first place. Advances in addiction medicine, trauma, neuropsychiatry, social theory, and overall strides in inclusivity need to be integrated into modern-day 12-step programs to reflect the latest research and what it means to live with an addiction today.

Dr. Jamie Marich, an addiction and trauma clinician in recovery herself, builds necessary bridges between the 12-step's core foundations and up-to-date developments in trauma-informed care. Foregrounding the intersections of addiction, trauma, identity, and systems of oppression, Marich's approach treats the whole person--not just the addiction--to foster healing, transformation, and growth.

Written for clinicians, therapists, sponsors, and those in recovery, Marich provides an extensive toolkit of trauma-informed skills that:
• Explains how trauma impacts addiction, recovery, and relapse
• Celebrates communities who may feel excluded from the program, like atheists, agnostics, and LGBTQ+ folks
• Welcomes outside help from the fields of trauma, dissociation, mindfulness, and addiction research
• Explains the differences between being trauma-informed and trauma-sensitive; and
• Discusses spiritual abuse as a legitimate form of trauma that can profoundly impede spirituality-based approaches to healing.

The Intro to CARES Course provides you with the beginning tools, resources, and knowledge that you need to help others through an emotional crisis. This 5-part video training series will share with you the incredible story of Shelly Pinomaki and how she overcame a major crisis in her own life. Her story, along with our CARES Card will introduce you to life-saving resources that have already impacted thousands of individuals looking for hope and help in crisis.

Shelly Pinomaki's Crisis Response Training: CARES Online Training Course

CARES Training provides you with the beginning tools, resources, and knowledge that you need to help others through an emotional crisis. This 20 video training series teaches you how to offer aid and practical steps to help someone else get back on their feet after a crisis.


Jodie Skillicorn's Healing Depression without Medication

What if everything we thought we knew about depression—and how to heal from it—was wrong?

Many antidepressants—the first line in our standard of care for treating depression—bring with them potential health risks, yet 1 in 6 Americans takes medication to alleviate feeling sad, anxious, stuck, or unable to focus or sleep. More and more, conventional medicine pathologizes how we respond to life’s challenges—like feeling trapped in an unfulfilling job, grieving the death of a loved one, or being anxious about a bad relationship—telling us that they’re symptoms of disease.

Psychiatrist Jodie Skillicorn presents a new path, debunking the myth of the neurochemical imbalance and exploring the roots of depression, such as adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and poorly managed day-to-day stress. Evidence-based and fully supported by current depression research, Dr. Skillicorn’s holistic methods for beating depression—including nutrition, mindfulness, fostering meaningful connections, exercise, sleep, nature, and breathwork—empower readers to become agents of their own wholeness and healing.

Emotional Abuse

Stacy Brookman's Emotional Abuse Recovery & Resilience Summit

Do any of these sound familiar?

↠You never know if your significant other is going to come home as Dr. Jeckyl or Mr. Hyde
↠ You feel your situation isn’t healthy but not sure how to turn it around
↠You’re constantly searching for more information about your difficult marriage or situation
↠You’ve exited a bad relationship but still feel stuck or frustrated and can’t move on
↠You sometimes ask yourself “How in the world did I get to this point in my relationship?”
↠ You’ve “lost yourself” and are simply existing at the whim of your partner or ex

I'm so glad you found this summit!

Find out more here.

IFS (Internal Family Systems)

Jenna Riemersma's Altogether You: Experiencing personal and spiritual transformation with Internal Family Systems therapy (LINK)

Therapist and speaker Jenna Riemersma applies the groundbreaking insights of Internal Family Systems (IFS) for anyone who feels stuck in unwanted feelings and behaviors, with a special focus on personal transformation for readers of faith. In Altogether You, she explains why our parts are so often at war—parts of us wanting to please others and do things right while other parts seem bent on acting out, shutting down, or engaging in hurtful behaviors. Jenna explores the surprising IFS insight that our warring parts are actually trying to help us, even when what they’re doing or feeling is not helpful. By genuinely welcoming all our parts and learning how to access our God-created core Self, we can finally experience the change, integration, and wholeness we’ve been looking for.Altogether You delivers practical, life-affirming counsel from a leading therapist and speaker of deep personal faith. Riemersma understands the unique discouragement that people of faith experience when their actions do not line up with their sincere beliefs. With genuine sensitivity to tradition and biblical teachings, she helps readers understand that God is not waiting in frustration on the other side of our “pile of sins” until we “get our act together.” Rather, the God of grace is with us right here, right now in our core imago Dei—the always-accessible starting point for healing.Riemersma’s book is packed with warm, personal stories and immediately applicable insights. She guides readers through paradigm-altering understandings with helpful definitions and summaries, self-inventories, action steps, and resources.


Jaz Ampaw-Farr's Human-First Leaders Course

Overcome Overwhelm And Navigate Chaos Like A Boss

Does this sound familiar?

Your ‘new normal’ has added pressure on your work and home life and you want to find balance for yourself and those around you.

Leading yourself and others, at work and home, leaves you with little time for filling your own cup – even though you know that comes at a cost to all.

You’re managing the demands of remote work, and know a huge reset is going to be required to transition from your current reality to a new way of being.

Even when you’re not navigating a nationwide lockdown, you face constant challenges at work and in life and you know that success requires more than a tick box approach to wellbeing.

Imagine creating the change you want to see with a set of tools that deepen connection, supercharge self-awareness and increase impact in teams and families.

We’re not going ‘back to normal’ but forward to a new and different future. If there was ever was a time to invest in yourself it’s now! Resilience is about choosing to reframe and pivot from merely surviving, way past thriving and towards driving change.

In order for that to happen, you have to put your own oxygen mask on first so that you can build up those around you!

My Human-First Leadership Course will help you embed ambitious resilience in yourself and those you lead.



Mike Skinner has appeared on many TV, radio and Internet shows and has been the subject of many news articles regarding child abuse and mental health. Michael is also a frequent and sought after blogger on several websites and writer of articles for mental health publications. He has contributed chapters for three books, “Jyu No Tobira” [ “The Door To Freedom - Live Your Life From Today”] published in Japan, “Our Encounters with Suicide”, Europe and Great Britain and, “You Can Help: A Guide for Family & Friends of Survivors of Sexual Abuse and Assault”, United States. Michael is also featured in the film documentary, “Hold Me Right”, addressing the aftermath of sexual abuse.

Mike Skinner's Album: Waitin' For A Train

Album: Waitin’ For A Train
Waitin For A Train

“Waitin For A Train” is Michael Skinner’s third full-length CD release over the last decade. An award-winning and outspoken advocate on issues involving child safety and exploitation, Skinner threads a sense of justice through his music, though the tracks “Songs For the Keys To Your Life,” “Joy” and “Maureen” offer his fans the sunshine that has emerged from behind the clouds.

“I’m having more fun now than I’ve ever had,” Skinner said in discussing the release of “Waitin’ For A Train.” “Every song is my story but these are collective stories too,” he explained. “The strength and perseverance of the many other trauma and abuse survivors I’ve met have helped to guide me.”

Mike Skinner's Album: Train of Tears

”Train of Tears” signals the rebirth of Skinner on several levels. The original songs are gritty, touched by the angst his long journey has led him through, but also by a renewed hope. He has dipped into a deep well of emotions and brought them to the surface: Mental Illness is a challenge to be taken on, not a definition of who or what a person is. The stigma, which can be just as damaging as the illness in its isolation, is one that Skinner wants to actively speak out against. The cut “Walk With Me” contains the lyrics, “So open up your eyes, clean out your ears. Learn to listen, listen to learn, and then you’ll hear….”

Mike Skinner's Album: Pirates

Manchester, New Hampshire, musician Mike Skinner has just released “Pirates,” his second full-length album. “I see “Pirates” as a triumph of the spirit,” the guitarist said. “Despite adversity, You can get through life’s trials. I have found many folks who may not be on the exact same journey as me but are willing travelers.The ten songs that comprise the acoustic pop sounds of “Pirates” still address angst and accountability, love and loss, but anger is replaced by a degree of acceptance. Skinner sings in the title cut: “A sturdy ship from those at hand will help your passage, Deliver you to a new land…Position your ship so that the sun shines in their faces.”


Stacy Brookman's Life Story Laboratory

Own Your Story, Own Your Future:

My good friend and previous podcast guest, Stacy Brookman, a Resilience and Life Storytelling Expert, has also been through tough stuff. Now, she’s on a mission to help people use the power of writing to take back control, to develop the resilience they need to be themselves again. That's why she’s developed a 10-module online course called the Lifestory Laboratory. Click here to see what it's all about.


Paulette Tomasson's Sensuous and Sultry: Sex is for the Courageous

Tomasson’s non-fiction text Sensuous and Sultry: Sex is for the Courageous is an engaging and educational guide to sexuality. It explores how people receive mixed messages about sexuality from those around them and greater society, encouraging the reader to explore their inner beliefs about sex and determine what kind of sexual expression is most authentic for them.


Connie Habash's Awakening from Anxiety: A Spiritual Guide to Living a More Calm, Confident, and Courageous Life
Nisha Manek. M.D.'s Bridging Science and Spirit

Fascinated by the mysterious power of human intention to make things happen? Discover its real-world applications by exploring the breakthrough research of psychoenergetic science.Does the physics of consciousness have you scratching your head? Want to know how being intentional can improve your life? Ever wonder where science and spirituality intersect? As a protégé of Dr. William A. Tiller, Dr. Nisha Manek is well-versed in the trailblazing scientist’s cutting-edge research and theories. A former esteemed member of Mayo Clinic’s Division of Rheumatology and an internationally recognized leader of Integrative Medicine, Dr. Manek is at the forefront of innovative approaches to health and wellness. Now she’s slicing through the scientific jargon with an insider’s look into how intention will be the next big medical breakthrough.Bridging Science and Spirit: The Genius of William A. Tiller’s Physics and the Promise of Information Medicine is a beginner’s handbook to this pioneering field. Using lab-based evidence and illuminating illustrations, Dr. Manek connects current scientific understandings of thermodynamics and the nature of awareness with universal spiritual truths. With these thought-provoking theories driving practical techniques, the medical and technological evolution inevitable in your lifetime is stunning.In Bridging Science and Spirit, you’ll discover:- An easy-to-understand overview of William A. Tiller’s most influential work- Seven pillars that support the shared principles of science and spirit- More than sixty drawings to clearly illustrate the core scientific concepts- An exploration of the levels of consciousness and how they impact your relationship with reality- An entertaining mix of history, physics, and spiritual anecdotes, and much, much more!Bridging Science and Spirit is a simple guide for unlocking the capacity of human intention. If you like expert insights, complex scientific concepts explained in everyday language, and intellectually energizing material, then you’ll love Dr. Nisha Manek’s unprecedented resource.Pick up Bridging Science and Spirit to expand your mental horizons today!

Stress Management

Terry Maluk's Rx for RNs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Manage Stress, Reduce Overwhelm, and Conquer Burnout

Does your work as a healthcare professional take a taxing toll on your body? Discover a practical guide to help minimize strain and find balance.
Are you a nurse who never learned how to nurture yourself? Do you struggle to dedicate precious time to self-care? Are you wiped out juggling long hours in a demanding job? Stress-management coach and bestselling author Terry Maluk is an expert in helping others deal with chronic pressure. Now she shares her proven approach to ditch anxiety and reconnect with joy.

Rx for RNs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Manage Stress, Reduce Overwhelm, and Conquer Burnout gives you easy-to-use self-help tools to increase your stamina and step up your patient-care capacity. By recognizing your negative-reaction triggers, you can train yourself to stop spiraling out of control and find the calm within the storm. You’ll learn how to avoid being crushed by your non-stop, high-stakes vocation, and reclaim space for yourself.

In Rx for RNs, you’ll discover:
The #1 way to find peace on command so you can respond to any situation with clarity and confidence
How to easily set boundaries so you avoid burnout and achieve career longevity
Methods to ensure good sleeping habits to keep you focused on critical tasks and conserve your energy
Useful and practical techniques to develop positive daily behaviors and attitudes
Strategies to eliminate stress-related food cravings to live your healthiest life, and much, much more!
Rx for RNs is your go-to manual for improving your mind, body, and spirit. If you like concise instructions, excellent resources, and revealing case studies, then you’ll love Terry Maluk’s take-charge book.

Buy Rx for RNs to prescribe self-compassion today!

Terry Maluk's Take One Breath: The Art of Managing Stress Through Mindful Breathing

It’s no secret that stress is an epidemic. According to the American Psychological Association’s 2017 Stress in America report, 75% of Americans reported feeling at least one stress symptom. Are you part of that 75%?

What if there was an easy way to immediately reduce stress? And what if it was free, involved no medications, and was available to everyone, young and old, 24/7? Would you try it?

Take One Breath… The idea of using breathing to manage stress has been around a long time because it works. Drawing from both ancient Yogic tradition and modern-day techniques, Terry Maluk guides you step-by-step through five simple and extremely effective ways to use breathing to invite calm, clarity, and focus. Reduced stress results in better sleep, including falling asleep faster and staying asleep longer. Better sleep invites more joy and happiness in life. It’s all connected.

You have to breathe anyway. Why not take advantage of the benefits these subtle techniques can offer? Start your journey today.

Terry Maluk's In This Moment: The Art of Managing Stress Through Meditation

Tired of feeling stressed out and overwhelmed? Ready to quickly feel calmer and more relaxed?

You can easily reduce your stress with a proven, practical method that will help you feel better right away. If you’re ready to try meditation to enhance your quality of life, this book is for you.

Terry Maluk, international bestselling author of Rx for RNs and Take One Breath, gives you an easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide that starts at the very beginning and makes meditation easy to learn. And if you have an existing practice, you’ll discover new ways to grow your skills. Get ready to experience the benefits of meditation:

Reduce your stress and anxiety
Increase the quantity and quality of your sleep
Calm the ‘monkey mind’ so you can focus with clarity
Increase your self-awareness
Promote emotional and physical health
And so much more…
Say goodbye to stressing about the future and worrying about the past when you learn to be In This Moment. You’ll feel calmer right away when you start with the guided relaxation meditation (free audio link included). Learn to master meditation with confidence when you practice the steps in this book.

Terry Maluk's Emotional Freedom Techniques: The Art of Managing Stress Through EFT Tapping

A better life is literally at your fingertips!
Tired of wasting precious hours of your life feeling stressed and exhausted? Spend a little time with this book and you’ll feel better.

Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT Tapping) gives you the power to reset and rewire your brain and body for health and happiness.

“Emotional stress can impede the natural healing potential of the human body.” – Gary Craig, Founder of EFT Tapping

With EFT Tapping, you can:

Reduce stress
Sleep better
Reduce pain
Conquer fears
And so much more…

EFT Tapping is easy to learn. In this book, you’ll master how to tap, where to tap, and learn some advanced techniques from a certified EFT Practitioner. Terry shows you how to use EFT Tapping to reduce stress and feel better right away. With these step-by-step instructions, you’ll be tapping with confidence today.

33 Nurses: Insight, Inspiration, and Stories from the Field (coming December, 2020)

Terry Maluk's Course: Operation CALM

Operation CALM: Your Stress Relief Blueprint. In this four-week online, interactive learning experience, you’ll receive step-by-step instructions for a variety of proven

calming tools and techniques. Each week we’ll focus on new skills together during our group practice and Q&A session. You’ll be practicing your new skills daily, starting with the resources you receive the day you sign up.

Here’s What We’ll Be Doing…

· Week 1: Inspiration: Transformational Breathing Techniques to Instantly Calm Mind and Body

· Week 2: Clarity: How to Use the Revolutionary Tool called Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) to Recognize and Release Your Stress Triggers

· Week 3: Awareness: Mindfulness Practices for Blissful Relaxation, Self-Discovery, and Inner Peace

· Week 4: Illumination: Integrating Your Self-Care Tools for Life-Changing Results

Registration is open September 3-12, 2020. Group sessions start September 14.

Trauma Recovery

Jamie Marich's Trauma Made Simple

In Trauma Made Simple, trauma expert Dr. Jamie Marich brings her practical style of training to print, using clinical common sense to wade through theory, research, and hype surrounding trauma. Learn about trauma in a way that is relevant to clinical work, including extensive coverage on PTSD and other diagnoses through a bio-psycho-social-spiritual lens. Make clinically informed decisions based on setting, client preparedness, and other contextual variables. Develop strategies for treatment planning based on the best possible treatments in the field today.

Trauma Made Simple addresses a variety of issues that are imperative to trauma competency in clinical work, including how to handle grief and mourning, assessing for and addressing addiction (even if you are not an addiction counselor) and how to manage professional development issues, including self-care.

Trauma-Informed Ministry

Chris Haughee's Trauma-Informed Ministry Course: Sunday School Curriculum

Thank you for your interest in Chaplain Chris Haughee’s NEW, 2nd edition, 8-week curriculum on building a trauma-informed ministry!

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$80.00 - One Printed Set of the 2nd edition of the curriculum (8-weeks) and complimentary access to an online-only PDF version of the 1st edition of the curriculum (6-week version).

What you’ll receive:

One hard copy of the print curriculum (from which you can make as many copies as you need for your group)
One DVD copy of the movie, “Paper Tigers," licensed for church/school viewing up to 250 people. (the video component of week 1 is in the DVD's extras)
One companion DVD with the video components of lessons 2-6 in the curriculum (weeks 7 & 8 do not have a video component)
Complimentary access to a PDF version of the first edition of the curriculum (with links embedded to access the video components of the curriculum). Note: the first edition is 6-weeks only. There is not an electronic version of the 2nd edition of the curriculum at this time.
$35.00 - PDF access ONLY to the first edition of the curriculum

What you'll receive:

Access to the PDF version of the first edition of the curriculum (6-week version; with links embedded to access the video components of the curriculum).

Trauma Training

Louise Godbold's Echo Training

Welcome to Echo!
We provide trauma & resilience training for families, communities, professionals and organizations. We draw on the latest scientific research on trauma as well as emotional regulation techniques and nonviolent communication to empower survivors and educate those who support them.

Dr. Jamie Marich's Institute for Creative Mindfulness

The Institute for Creative Mindfulness is an educational organization guided by the principles of phenomenology (the study of individual lived experience) and qualitative inquiry. Founded by Dr. Jamie Marich, the person-centered values and trauma-informed characteristics of flexibility and safety are central to our mindful approach to education. In addition to training programs in EMDR Therapy and a Certificate Program in Expressive Arts Therapy, the Institute also operates the Dancing Mindfulness program and clinical training in the Yoga For Clinicians approach to trauma-informed yoga. We also guide individuals in pursing EMDRIA-Approved credentials as a Certified EMDR Therapist or Approved Consultant.

* The Healing Place Podcast is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of The Healing Place Podcast must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.


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