Visit the CARE-2 Booth at NatCon April 11-13

We are excited to announce that CARE-2 will have a booth at NatCon, National Council’s Annual Conference on April 11-13 at the Gaylord Hotel in Washington DC.  If you are there, stop by our booth 225. We will be handing out violence prevention articles and running CARE-2 specials. ****** The CARE-2 by Dr. Kathryn Seifert… Continue reading Visit the CARE-2 Booth at NatCon April 11-13

Insights on Preventing Violence

Interesting Idea “Every city suffering from high rates of violent crime should have a permanent unit dedicated to violence reduction operating inside the mayor’s office,” reported the  Council on Criminal Justice’s Violent Crime Working Group (The Trace (http://thetrace.org). *** Violence Prevention The cost of gun violence in the US is nearly $3B and the human… Continue reading Insights on Preventing Violence

5 Steps to Improve the Care of Children in Homes with Toxic Stress

    The growing volume of research on childhood trauma and its link to behavioral health problems, medical problems, criminality, suicide, violence, and living on the margins of society are clear.  If we are to reduce the prevelence of these problems, we must solve the problem of child maltreatment, domestic violence, and paucity of family… Continue reading 5 Steps to Improve the Care of Children in Homes with Toxic Stress

Meditation as Trauma Informed Care

I just read an article on Meditation being used to help those involved in the criminal justice system.  The authors reviewed multiple studies.  They found that regular meditation reduced re-offending in all categories of offending including sex offenders.  Another article reviewed information about the connection between trauma and externalized behavior problems (harm toward other people)… Continue reading Meditation as Trauma Informed Care

The CARE-2 is unique in its emphasis on Risk Reduction Treatment Planning for youth with severe behavior problems. Dismiss

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