The Consortium Speaks

Some Wisdom 2020 Forced On Me

When I used to think of self-care, I thought of face masks, bath robes, sparkling water, and Netflix. For so long, the materialistic element...

Our Thoughts on Equal Pay Day 2021

  The most damning day of Women’s History Month has come again: Equal Pay Day. Today we reflect on the fact that women earn an average of 82...

Building Resilience: Journey to Mindfulness

I am sure that I am not alone in sharing that l have wrestled with emotional regulation and often fail to truly self-regulate through mindfu...

Thirty Days of EFT: Tapping Your Cares Away

Working at The Connecticut Women’s Consortium has many perks. One such perk is that I am able to participate in trainings that I find intere...

Gerontology: Supporting America’s Growing Population

In the next 30 years, the number of adults 65 and older is expected to nearly double from today’s 46 million to approximately 90 million. Wi...

Our Legislative Priorities for 2021 and Beyond

We at the Connecticut Women’s Consortium are known for educating the behavioral health workforce and our aspiration to be a healing center f...

Re-writing Separation: Co-parenting and the power of stability

  Divorce, separation, and family restructuring are delicate endeavors often bogged down by litigation, miscommunication, and intense scruti...

Don't hit pause on learning! Join us for our free Lunch and Learn series

For nearly 25 years, the Connecticut Women’s Consortium has been a driving force in continuing education for the behavioral health community...

Hoarding Disorder: Myth-Busting

If you have encountered hoarding problems through television representation — think the A&E reality series Hoarders — you may believe you ha...

COVID Fatigue: COVID's answer to compassion fatigue

COVID fatigue was coined to describe the roller coaster of emotions and symptoms people are experiencing, many of which share similarities t...
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