June is Pride Month and a time to spread awareness! Here are five ways that mental health providers can support LGBTQIA+ youth.
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No shortage of trauma touches the lives of our kids today. Learn more about PTSD and how to care for children experiencing it.
A strong foundation starts with a gentle touch! Here are sixteen quotes to guide you in parenting with empathy.
Holding space for others isn’t always straightforward. Here are fifteen quotes illustrating how to connect with empathy.
Want to build strong kids? The 7Cs serve as the foundation for resilience, and when we leverage them in parenting, children thrive!
Childhood trauma touches many of our lives. Here are seventeen quotes that illustrate its impact and the journey to healing.
Parenting kids with a trauma history isn’t always straightforward. Here are four tips to help them feel safe and heal.
Parenting kids with trauma history isn’t always easy. Here are some tips to empower foster parents on their journey to guide future generations to come.
No one said the trek from hurt to healing is easy. Yet, many of us will confront it. Here are thirteen quotes on the journey.
June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month and an excellent time to dive deeply into the topic.
The pandemic is winding down but left in its wake? A profound impact on our mental health.
Trauma is common. To spread awareness, here are thirteen of our best quotes on the topic.
Post-traumatic growth, a less talked about consequence of trauma, demonstrates that positive change can happen in the wake of challenging circumstances.
What’s the value of life if not the sum of every moment lived? Learn to embrace each moment before they become memories.
If you’re feeling a sense of emotional exhaustion right now, you’re not alone. That tired feeling is an all to common experience for many of us.
What does it mean to be selfless during a pandemic? It’s not easy, but we all have a responsibility to protect the health of those around us.
Are you struggling? Here are ten of our best quotes on trauma and grief.
We’re all experiencing trauma at the hands of this pandemic, not just from the virus itself, but also from its unintended consequences.
The weight of childhood trauma sits heavily on our nation. Learn about it’s effects and how you can impact the future of our most vulnerable population.
Trauma has a huge impact on us. Learn more about this important topic and how you can make a difference in the lives of vulnerable youth.
The University of Montana recently published a survey showing the true nature of the devastation in Montana left in the wake of this pandemic.
Learn more about the intimate link between trauma and ritualized compulsive comfort-seeking, aka addiction.
If you’ve been wondering what that confusing, painful ache in your chest is, it might very well be grief. For those that are struggling, we’ve got five tips to help you move through those heavy feelings.
In the United States, 1 in 5 children will be sexually assaulted before their eighteenth birthday. April is Child Abuse Prevention and Sexual Assault Awareness Month— the perfect time to educate yourself on this critical topic.
The last eight months have been tough! So, we’ve got a few reminders for those who are struggling.
During these trying and uncertain times, anxiety, fear, stress, and worry can take over. These feelings manifest simply because of the unknown.
"I knew I would be okay" This video is the first in a new series, Faces of Youth Dynamics, that examines the personal chronicles of the people who make up Youth Dynamics. Each person has a unique story of resilience, adventure, or persistence which has led to a...
UpWorthy- March 31, 2014 Trigger warning. 400,000 children are in foster care in the U.S., and kids who find themselves in the system come from difficult backgrounds. This film was made to bring awareness to what some kids experience and to help adults understand life...
Parenting a child exposed to trauma can be challenging. Learn the skills to help your little one thrive!
All children are capable of extraordinary things. There is no happiness gene, no success gene, and no ‘doer of extraordinary things’ gene. The potential for happiness and greatness lies in all of them, and will mean different things to different kids. We can’t change...