The Consortium Speaks

How to Talk about Suicide and Self‑ Harm with Adolescents

While the nation and world grapple with the difficult challenges of the COVID‑19 pandemic, another public health crisis continues to grow.

A (2017) Conversation With Dr. Stephanie Covington

Next week, the Consortium will host two Covington Curriculum trainings: Exploring Trauma +: A Brief Intervention for Men and Gender Diverse ...

It's Time to Get Creative With Your Mental Health

If you’re anything like me, it’s easier to take time for creative activities than it is for things that feel like work—and, more often than ...

Who's Been Reading Trauma Matters? Dr. Miriam Delphin-Rittmon!

Trauma Matters reader Dr. Miriam Delphin-Rittmon has been appointed and confirmed to serve as Assistant Secretary for Mental health and Subs...

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...

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 Community Film Series

Since our inception, the Connecticut Women’s Consortium has been a beacon for community involvement and advocacy. While our heart lies in th...

Weekend Wellness: Tips for Starting the Second Half of 2021 Mindfully

Here in Connecticut, we have a weekend of warm weather and sunshine ahead of us as we close out the month of June. With July approaching and...
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