When Staying Home Isn’t Safe

When Staying Home Isn’t Safe

When Staying Home isn’t Safe  Resilient Spaces Program Facilitator, Holly Jasinski, MS RYT    At the end of March, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order. This order requires Michigan businesses to temporarily suspend all...
Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault

Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault

Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Victim Specialist Cynthia A., BSW  1 in 3 women, and 1 in 4 men have experienced sexual violence involving physical contact during their lifetime. It is a community wide issue and can happen to anyone. Survivors...
Self-Compassion and Parenting during COVID-19

Self-Compassion and Parenting during COVID-19

Self-Compassion & Parenting During COVID-19 Resilience Intern, Danika H.   How to Care for Yourself as a Parent – Self-compassion. You’ve likely been seeing that word a lot lately. Self-compassion is the ability to turn understanding, acceptance, and...
Remaining Calm and Grounded During a Global Pandemic

Remaining Calm and Grounded During a Global Pandemic

Remaining Calm and Grounded During a Global Pandemic Resilience Clinical Services Supervisor, Becky S., LMSW  Many people experience anxiety and panic attacks from time to time, particularly if you have had past trauma, are currently experiencing trauma, have been...
How COVID-19 Impacts Domestic Violence Survivors

How COVID-19 Impacts Domestic Violence Survivors

How COVID-19 Impacts Domestic Violence Survivors Resilience Program Director, Megan Hennessey, LMSW  Domestic violence is about power and control. It is not limited to physical abuse. It includes psychological abuse, emotional abuse and manipulation tactics one person...