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Parenting and Work…Not Oil and Water

As I revise this website to reflect my evolving work, some essential pieces of earlier work move forward with me. This oldie but goodie – an essay from May 15, 2009 — is one of those pieces. May it serve as a reminder of integration for you. ~ Mollie Parenting and Work…Not Oil and Water

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Resiliency Matters with Janet Hilary (Part 2)

Part 2 of Resiliency Matters with Janet Hilary.  Learn the St. George’s Calm School Code and how educational reformer Jan Hilary, designated National Leader of Education, London, UK, took a school from surviving to thriving through creating a culture of high expectations, accountability, and a consistent code of conduct.

A TownHall Gathering on Childhood Trauma and Resilience

After a recent 60 Minutes segment on treating childhood trauma, I had the opportunity to attend a virtual screening of KPJR Films award-winning RESILIENCE: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope.  This film chronicles a rising movement to build collective strength by using trauma informed practices to disrupt cycles of violence, addiction, and

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Deepening our National Dialogue on ACEs and Trauma Informed Resilience

A recent 60 Minutes segment with correspondent Oprah Winfrey, has served to powerfully broaden our national conversation around Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), the impact of childhood trauma, and the possibilities of human resilience. Oprah traveled to her childhood hometown of Milwaukee, where she learned about the body of research that shows how trauma experienced by

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These Five Signs Say: Help!

“Humans are tribal beings, designed to give and receive help. We need each other in so many ways. If you are breathing, you are a helper.” — Mollie Marti Across the nation, we see communities full of compassionate people with a desire to make life a little easier for others. We also see many people feel

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