A traumatic experience impacts the entire person – the way we think, the way we learn, the way we remember things, the way we feel about ourselves, the way we feel about other people, and the way we make sense of the world…
We are excited to offer a new training for individuals selected by their agencies to provide internal Sanctuary Module training. This is a three day training that prepares agency trainers for success with the activities prescribed in the staff training manuals and to feel confident as experts in Sanctuary for their agencies.
"Most recently, Micaela was awarded the Robin Clark Memorial Award in recognition of her significant contribution, service and leadership in the children, youth and family services sector, which improves the lives of vulnerable children and young people."
Congrats to our own Ibet Hernandez for the wonderful success in this Middle School in Contra Costa County, CA. Ibet was their consultant for a number of years. Way to go Ibet. This is on the Acestoohigh website, a national publication.
Collier Youth Services, one of our Sanctuary Certified Sites, recently held a breakfast for women to share stories of hope and encouragement. What a wonderful idea! Click below to read the full article:
Submitted by: Nicole Samuela, Mercy Family Services, Australia
To me the whole concept of Power is an illusion created by the ego. Nobody has any more power over you other than that which you are willing to give them. Some would argue in the work place there are people who exercise authority over other employee's making them feel powerless or dictated too. If t...(Read More)
Submitted by: Rebekah Magin, Faculty, Sanctuary Institute
The other day my husband was scheduled to attend a meeting. His boss forgot to tell him the location was changed so at the last minute he had to drive across town, find parking, and run through the state capital buildings to arrive two minutes late to the meeting (which hadn’t even started yet). After the meeting, my husband, ...(Read More)