Marcia Post Team Leader of Kentuckiana Cru People Care Coordinator, Campus Ministry Cohorts 9 & 11 Trauma awareness is increasingly becoming a necessity in order to serve and teach others Trauma awareness is increasingly becoming a necessity in order to serve and teach others in our missional context appropriately. To holistically disciple a student in the campus […]
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Jill Osikowicz, from 91 Place Equipping mentors to help homeless youth heal from trauma Who is 91 Place? 91 Place is a home for homeless youth, with community, relationships, and a familial environment at its core. We aim to be a safe place for homeless youth to live, grow, and thrive. Residents are adolescents transitioning […]
Engaging the families we work with from a trauma informed care approach has promoted deeper healing and transformation. Who is Joshua’s Place? Joshua’s Place is a non profit organization in Warren County Ohio. Joshua’s Place exists to help individuals and families overcome the barriers in their lives that cause instability. What do you do? […]
Employees are demanding better responses to mental health needs and work-life balance and, as a result, savvy leaders are overhauling their approach to employee wellness. Smart leaders are responding to mental health Are you wanting to create a high-retention, high-performance, work culture? Who isn’t?! Now, more than ever, it’s critical to have a leadership team […]
In athletics it’s often the off-season that really makes the difference for in-season success. Getting stronger. Building skill. Making adjustments. Updating strategy. Reinforcing culture. Team culture is the x-factor Most coaches will tell you that a resilient and positive team culture is often the X-factor that makes a difference between winning and losing. It inspires […]