Saturday, April 21, 2018

Trauma in the Body: An Interview with Dr. Bessel van der Kolk

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April 21, 2018

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Trauma in the Body: An Interview with Dr. Bessel van der Kolk

Work on the body is very important to help people feel fully alive. Aside from telling their story they must reacquaint themselves with their body. Trauma isn't out there it is right in here.

- Dr. Bessel van der Kolk -

Trauma in the Body: An Interview with Dr. Bessel van der Kolk

Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.founder and medical director of the Trauma Center in Brookline, Massachusettsis professor of psychiatry at Boston University Medical School, and director of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. His newest book, The Body Keeps The Score: Brain, Mind and Body in the Healing of Trauma, offers a revolutionary new understanding of the causes and consequences of trauma and how to heal the traumatized brain through diverse therapies such as neurofeedback, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, theater, yoga, and movement. More in this in-depth interview. { read more }

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Think back to how you met some defining moment in your life. Disoriented or very present? We've all had traumatic moments we need to understand better. Reach out to someone you sense has undergone serious trauma or someone with PTSD, and listen with attentive empathy to their story. Tune into this short video with Dr van der Kolk. { more }


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Friday, April 20, 2018

Humans. Horses. Hope.

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Humans. Horses. Hope.

Those who teach the most about humanity, aren't always humans.

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Humans. Horses. Hope.

You have probably heard of a guide dog, but have you ever heard of a guide horse? This series of videos shows that, just like dogs, horses can help people with disabilities to live better lives. They help blind people move around in crowded places, help children to develop balance, and act as a companion for people in need. Enjoy these heart-warming videos!

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Volunteer some time at your neighborhood animal shelter this week!


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Thursday, April 19, 2018

The Story of Kaveri (and Every River Everywhere)

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The Story of Kaveri (and Every River Everywhere)

 
Wonder how a river came to flow? Wonder what keeps her going? This story, from the perspective of the river Kaveri in India, is a story of rivers everywhere. Where forests grow, rivers flow. When forests die, rivers go dry. The only way to revive rivers is to bring back the forests that we have lost, and protect the forests that we have left. Forests store and release water more effectively and efficiently than any manmade dam or canal. And every tree helps grow a forest. Let there be forests. Let there be water. 

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A World Where All the Gazi's Go to School

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A World Where All the Gazi's Go to School

Education is not a tool for development-- individual, community, and the nation. It is the foundation for our future. It is empowerment to make choices and emboldens the youth to chase their dreams.

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A World Where All the Gazi's Go to School

Gazi Jalaluddin has a clear vision: a world where no "Gazi" has to stop going to school. Poverty forced him to quit school as a child. He ultimately became a taxi driver in Kolcalata. By asking passengers to donate books, old clothes or medicine, he has helped many children return to their studies. By 2012, Gazi had also created two schools for 425 students and built an orphanage. Gazi's belief in the dignity of work pushed him to teach the young men of his village to drive taxis under the condition they donate a fraction of their earnings and teach two more needy boys. There are now 300 boys from the Sundarbans driving taxis and earning a living in Kolkata. Gazi admits that sometimes he struggles, but he is quick to express his gratitude to the passengers who have helped him achieve his dream. { read more }

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