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Helping the Helpers: Tools for Trauma and Self-Care in the Wake of the Camp Fire

People stand on ridge holding hands with sun above
[Photo by Karl Hoffmann]

“Building the Plane Mid-Air”: A Local Perspective, A Year After the Camp Fire

A photo of Molly Jolliff

By Molly Jolliff

Rosa, A Child with Symptoms of Psychosis, Was In Detention. Medical Review for Immigrants Helped Her Get Out, and Into Emergency Care.

Mother of a Transgender Boy: “Am I Doing the Right Thing?”

The Rodriguez family. Front row: Liliana, 13, and Alejandro, 10. Back row: Adrian,15; Jose, father; Izaak, 18; and Carmen, mother.

The Rodriguez family. Front row: Liliana, 13, and Alejandro, 10. Back row: Adrian,15; Jose, father; Izaak, 18; and Carmen, mother.

Witnessing: How Clinicians Can Move From Traumatic Stress to Empowerment While Serving Their Immigrant Patients

Clinician talking with patient

(photo by Earl Dotter) 

MCN and Ventanilla de Salud Celebrate Binational Health Week

Streamline Reprint: Disasters, Mental Health, and Puerto Rico: Interview with Dr. Lorena Torres

CSM PR mental health

photo credit: CSM

Summer Streamline: Integrated Team-Based Approach to Hypertension at Virginia Garcia

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center

photo courtesy of Viriginia Garcia Memorial Health Center

By Claire Hutkins Seda, Writer, Migrant Clinicians Network, and Managing Editor, Streamline

Toxic: How To Battle Adverse Childhood Experiences Among Mobile Agricultural Workers

 

Child choosing faces that match emotions

 

[Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of articles on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Read our first installment, written by Dr. Eva Galvez, here. Part three will explore the health consequences of recent policies around immigrant family separation at the border.]

Toxic Stress

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