Preventing Retraumatization: A Macro Social Work Approach to Trauma-Informed Practices & Policies

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Enjoyed your article UP UNTIL referencing #BLACKLIVESMATTER. There are A MYRIAD OF EXAMPLES THAT COULD HAVE BEEN USED. HOWEVER, you decided on one that DOES SIGNIFICANTLY MORE GOOD THAN "bad"! SHAME ON YOU! I will not continue to READ #newsocialworker

Renee 6 days ago

Thank you for your feedback!

I agree - #BlackLivesMatter does significantly good work!

Karen Zgoda 5 days ago

Prevention of Trauma

Had Sandy Hook' gun control policies not made the school a soft target, and security measures been in place, the tragedy most likely would have not happened or been drastically minimized. Your magic imagination of a "no guns" sign keeping children safe against severely mentally ill people who are at risk, or terrorists is delusional. Had the school had at least one armed guard and an active security system at the entrance, most or all of those children and teachers would be alive today. We have to be responsible for our own lives and safety. Such was the origin of the Bill of Rights, written by people who experienced atrocity. I once thought like you, about abolishing guns. But years of experience and data which you refuse to acknowledge changed my mind. So have dozens of women who have been assaulted.

Mark B 29 days ago

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