Creating a Dialogue & Resource for Domestic Violence: Trauma Network Blogging

May 15, 2011

It’s official! I’ll be blogging as a core contributor for The Trauma Network,  a growing community of therapists coming together to learn new ways to advance their clinical practice, exchange resources, interventions, and find support related to trauma informed work.

My posts for the network will focus on considerations, strategies, best practices, and ideas for  therapists working with children, adolescents, families, and women impacted by domestic violence, including the benefits of using art and creative interventions with this population.

I hope my blogging will start a dialogue and create a trauma informed resource within this community connected to domestic violence and offer practical information useful for this area of work.  

To learn more about The Trauma Network and how to join (free!), please visit http://www.thetraumanetwork.com.

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3 Responses to “Creating a Dialogue & Resource for Domestic Violence: Trauma Network Blogging”

  1. Rosie Says:

    Good on you Gretchen!
    good luck with the new role.
    i’m sure you’ll do well and make some great resources available to people to use to bring peace to lots of us out here! sounds good…

  2. Kamali Says:

    Hello Gretchen, I met you first through 21 secrets and find you to be a very inspirational lady… through doing your workshop and personal experiance. I found my calling in life.. and that is too give back to those who i know are doing and have done it tough… So i have enroled in a Bachelor of Social Science (Councelling) and Art Therapy… I was accepted into Uni and am so overwhelmed with joy to be able to finally HELP… thankyou for you inspiration and thankyou for your contribution to 21 Secrets…I posted a couple of my Journals to share….
    Best Wishes
    Kamali


  3. Hi Kamali– Wow, thank you for your very kind note– so happy for you and wish you the very best in your next steps… Exciting! Your revolution books posted in 21 SECRETS are beautiful, powerful and I thank you for being part of this experience… Keep up the good work!


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