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10 Steps to Provide Trauma-Informed Care for Afghan Refugees

La empatía puede ser debilitante. He aquí cómo convertir la empatía en acción.

It is Never Too Late to Soften Grief

A woman looks to the sky

By Kaethe Weingarten, PhD

This month marks the 45th anniversary of my mother’s death and, finally, it feels different.  I am carrying a piece of what pained me more lightly, which is making this time of year easier than usual. 

Tu voz importa: New Photovoice Project Equips Migrants with Cameras to Share Their Stories

Sister Zuly, Sister Antonia, and Sister Ana, three participants in Tu voz importa, received their cameras during the first workshop this week.
Sister Zuly, Sister Antonia, and Sister Ana, three participants in Tu voz importa, received their cameras during the first workshop this week.

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"Yes, You ARE Entitled to Your Grief!": Looking at a Year of Many Losses, Many Kinds of Grief

A man in a mask holds his head in grief

[Editor’s Note: May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This blog comes from Kaethe Weingarten, PhD, Director of MCN’s Witness to Witness program. Keep up to date with W2W by signing up for the W2W newsletter here.]

Nine Practices to Cope with a Looming Catastrophe

Winter Streamline: Strategies for Addressing Intimate Partner Violence During the Pandemic

750 COVID-19 Patients Later, A One-Year Milestone

Laszlo Madaras and colleague in PPE

By Dr. Laszlo Madaras

Witness to Witness: Aspects of Flourishing During the Holidays

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