Another fact to go along with Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month: Did you know that victims of Sexual Assault are three times more likely to suffer from depression? The girls in our Trauma Group came up with wonderful words of encouragement for anyone struggling from trauma: Trauma is who you are, it’s part of [...]
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Did you know that April is also Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month? We asked the girls in our Trauma groups what words of encouragement they would share. Throughout the next couple of weeks we’ll post their thoughts along with facts about sexual assault.
One of the main reasons I became a Recreation Therapist is because of my love of nature and the joy that I experience from being outside. I remember as a child, especially in the summer time, my siblings and I would spend hours roaming outside, exploring and using our imaginations to go on adventures and [...]
This can be a common belief among most middle and high school aged girls. Teen girls’ priorities become more focused on what is considered to be acceptable by others, such as: boys, social groups, sports, and extracurricular activities, not including the science Olympiad, of course. Even though females tend to excel in science even more [...]
There is one debate that stands out in human history. It is an ancient debate–common to every human discipline that attempts to understand human behavior and the human condition. The debate is often called determinism vs. freewill, however, dozens of terms can be attributed to the debate. Both sides of the debate have derived evidence [...]