The Consortium Speaks

A Journey Through Gender

Many children start to become conscious of their gender by the time they are two years old. They notice the differences between themselves a...

Nonprofit Stories: Uplifting Voices

Last year brought many changes to the Consortium. Like most other offices, we closed our doors and spent the better part of the year working...

Breath-Body-Mind TM: Uniting Evidence-Based Science with Ancient Wisdom

Mental Health professionals have long known that ancient practices such as meditation, breath-work, and yoga work well with conventional tre...

The Weight of (My) Race: Black Women and Eating Disorders

"Black Women Are Leading this Civil Rights Movement" by Johnny Silvercloud is licensed with CC BY-SA 2.0. To view a copy of this license, vi...

Who's Been Reading Trauma Matters?

In short, a lot of people have been reading Trauma Matters. Our flagship newsletter has been in circulation for over 20 years, gaining exten...

Trauma-Informed Care Across Sectors Part II: Methods & Results

A Note from the Editors: The following article was submitted by Pat Wilcox ahead of her session at the Uplifting Voices: Conversations on Tr...

Measuring Trauma-Informed Care Across Sectors Part I: What & Why

A note from the editors: The following article was submitted by Pat Wilcox ahead of her session at the upcoming Uplifting Voices: Conversati...

Nonprofit Stories: The Opioid Round Tables

Beginning in 2019 and lasting through the pandemic, we joined Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz and Shatterproof Ambassador and CWC Board ...

Supporting Child Survivors: Connection, Consistency & Creativity

Far too often when discussing family violence, the terms “witnessed” or “exposed to” are used to refer to children’s lived experiences. This...

Nonprofit Stories: Birthdays!

While friendship and fond memories may not be the fundamental pillars of a trauma-informed workplace, they tend to spring up in trusting, em...
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