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The Journey- Stories of Crisis and Hope

The Journey- Stories of Crisis and Hope

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May 24th 2016:Moving from 'What is wrong with you?' to 'What happened to you?' : A Trauma Informed Care Approach

The research is clear: trauma is at the root of many physical and mental health problems people experience. Childhood trauma is particularly damaging and has a negative impact on a child's development and throughout the lifespan: mental illness, drug addiction, obesity, ischemic heart failure, and diabetes are just some of the results of adverse childhood experiences (ACE). Our guests will talk about the ACE study and the dramatic results about trauma and its impact. They will also talk about grassroots efforts to shift our approach and perspective in responding to trauma and steps to build a

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Rachel Wilson

Rachel Wilson graduated from the University at Buffalo with a dual Master’s degree in Social Work & Public Health. Her undergraduate work was in Global Gender Studies & Sociology. Rachel’s work experience includes working at Crisis Services as a Domestic Violence Case Manager and a Hotline Counselor for the NYS Domestic & Sexual Violence Hotline. She also worked for 5 years as an Assistant Field Coordinator for the Western New York Area Labor Federation. As part of her graduate work, she work at the University at Buffalo Institute on Trauma & Trauma Informed Care assisting with coordinating community wide training and education, strategic planning and helped develop an Adverse Childhoo
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David Mann

David Mann has been a member of the Buffalo Police Department for 30 years, and the Lieutenant in charge of the Department’s Sex Offense Section (SOS) since 1995. The SOS investigates cases of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, missing persons, and juvenile delinquency that occur in the City of Buffalo. Lieutenant Mann is a SAMSHA certified trainer on Trauma and is a Health Foundation of Central and Western New York Fellow.
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