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Category: ChildWise Blog
Be Childwise Workbook Now Available!
Across Montana children are waiting to experience a place called home. Understanding child and relationship development is the key to Intermountain’s therapeutic approach with children and families. The BE CHILDWISE workbook provides parents with the opportunity to review concepts and practice skills in order to build strong, resilient families. To order your copy of …
Farewell Letter from Todd Garrison
Dear ChildWise Friends, After a long, challenging, and exciting career working passionately to do my part to elevate the well-being and futures of children and families, it is time to open another chapter in my life. Some people might say that I’m retiring, and that’s what might be expected after this career. But I like …
Trauma-Informed Care Resolution Passed in the House of Representatives
“Be Child Wise” Workshop, May 11th 2018 – TRAINING COMPLETED
“Be Child Wise” Workshop Friday, May 11th 2018 Holiday Inn, Bozeman MT [important] THIS TRAINING HAS BEEN COMPLETED Important Information: The workshop runs from 9:00 am – 4:30 pm. To download the course description and agenda, click here. Be sure to register soon, as seating is limited! *Cancellation Policy: Full refund (less $50 processing fee) if canceled …
Resilience As A Vital Sign
We overcome adversity through resilience and it’s empowering to know that we can build resilience at any age! Click the link below to read the full article and the “David Letterman Top 10 List of Ways to Build Resilience.” http://northbaybiz.com/Columnists/Live_Wise/Resilience_As_a_Vital_Sign.php
Native American Women Speak Out About Sexual Violence
“As the country has its national reckoning with cases of sexual harassment, abuse and inequalities, there is at least one overlooked group of women. The treatment of indigenous women in the U.S. and their accusations of sexual violence perpetrated against them have been seemingly ignored. According to U.S. government statistics, Native American and Alaska Native …
How do I know if I have a Problem with Substance Use?
“Over 21 million people suffer from addiction in the United States – that’s 1 in 7 people. On average, we lose 144 people a day to drug overdoses and that number climbs to 375 if you factor in alcohol-related deaths.” For more information, a self-assessment, helpful resources and more, visit Addiction Policy Forum’s website: http://www.addictionpolicy.org/signs-and-symptoms …
How One School Dramatically Changed Its Students’ Behavior In One Year
Sometimes a problem can appear so big, so overwhelming that we wonder if a solution is possible. This video is a great example of how the ‘impossible’ is ‘possible’. Click the link below to see the video: https://www.today.com/video/how-allen-elementary-changed-its-students-behavior-in-one-year-1127862339881
Ever Wondered What Resilience Looks Like?
We talk about “resilience” and we’ve all heard stories about the power of resilience in overcoming adversity. Have you ever seen still shot images of resilience? Click the link below to read Mary Annette Pember’s article titled “10 Photos: I Saw What Resilience Looks Like”. http://www.yesmagazine.org/people-power/10-photos-that-show-what-resilience-looks-like-20171228