by HIVE Online | Mar 5, 2019 | Beyond Compassion, Providers
Inspired by a symposium we hosted earlier this year called ?Beyond Compassion: Caring for Women with a History of Trauma,? and driven to spread lessons learned through love and art, we created this manifesto for you.
by HIVE Online | May 15, 2017 | HIVE News & Events
Jay MacGillivray and Mark Yudin’s talk, “Trauma-Aware Reproductive Care for Women Living with HIV & Those at Risk” explored how prenatal care is impacted by trauma; including insecure or unsafe housing, immigration status, gender-based violence, problematic substance use, severe mental illness and exploited sex work.
by HIVE Online | Oct 17, 2016 | Beyond Compassion
Film description: ?Driven by the desire for custody of their children, five mothers struggle to overcome substance use disorders in a gender-responsive treatment program. Their intimate story reveals experiences with domestic violence, [sex work], incarceration and complex intergenerational relations. On Life?s Terms: Mothers in Recovery interweaves the women?s three-year journey to self-sufficiency and newfound pride with drug laws that impact mother and child, and will inspire hope for recovery.?
by Caroline Watson | Jun 15, 2016 | Providers
Given the prevalence of vicarious trauma among healthcare providers working with women who have experienced trauma, Ms. Kimberly Wylder, MFT, led a breakout session at Beyond Compassion focusing on healing rituals for service providers.
by HIVE Online | Jun 6, 2016 | Beyond Compassion
This inspirational session weaves together learnings from the day, touching on trauma-informed care, disclosure, criminalization, stigma, and resiliency. Using her expertise in organizational consulting, she charges attendees to make change from the seat they sit in.