Working on the Front Lines:  The Impact of Secondary Trauma By: Professor Lauren Gilbert

I’m pretty sure I’ve got secondary trauma.  As I was traveling home, I kept seeing members of our STU team.  I saw Otto Ruiz, Donna Nasimov and Alexsandra Simoes, until I looked again and realized it wasn’t them.  When I heard little children crying, I had to look and remind myself that I was no... Continue Reading →

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Would You? By: Dr. Judi Bachay

Dear Mrs. X, You and I are both born in the United States. You told me that parents who cross the border with their children are selfish and irresponsible. Do you remember after childbirth that moment when you gazed at your perfect, tiny, beautiful newborn and a flood of love surged through your body? Was... Continue Reading →

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